Podcasts in Ophthalmology

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From developments in 21st century technology to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown it is clear that we have entered a new era in how we collaborate and disseminate information. Podcasts provide a valuable and unique way to communicate and keep up to date on the latest advances within medicine internationally. Whether you are trying to obtain CME credit, refresh yourself on ophthalmic subjects or learn about an incredible field, these podcasts include content for a broad audience. Featured below is a catalog of informative topics of interest for ophthalmology enthusiasts.

Podcasts

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Podcast Host # of Episodes Link Summary
ASOA EyeTalks Radio Varies 53 https://asoa.org/resources-and-career-development/eyetalks-radio-podcasts American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators (ASOA), A Strategic Partner of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, presents a series of episodes that present strategic approaches from ASOA resources and expert interviews that educate and inform practice management in ophthalmology.
ASRS’s Retina Health for Life Timothy Murray, MD 22 https://www.asrs.org/patients/retina-health-for-life-podcast The President of the Foundation of the American Society of Retina Specialists interviews Retina experts and patients alike, who respectively share their clinical and personal perspective to help inform patient education.
As Seen From Here Joshua A. Young, MD and Dylan Stevens, MD 466 https://sites.google.com/view/asseenfromhere/home The first of its kind, As Seen From Here is a podcast for physicians that features over 15 years of conversations with international experts providing the latest information in the field of ophthalmology and informing the next generation of ophthalmic leaders.
Doheny Eye Institute - iTunes Jody Becker 36 https://doheny.org/podcast/ This podcast allows surgeons, researchers and clinicians to share their contributions to the field by discussing their involvement in advances in therapy, research and patient care.
Eyepod: Podcasts from Ophthalmology Times Alex Delaney-Gesing, MD and  Sheryl Stevenson, MD 16 https://www.ophthalmologytimes.com/podcasts This podcast engages experts on topics relevant for informing the future work of leaders in ophthalmology on topics including, pharmaceutical advancements, clinical diagnosis and technology.
Eyes for Ears Ben Young, MD and Andrew Pouw, MD 91 https://eyesforears.net/ This trainee education podcast features a review of OKAPS and board relevant topics with anki decks provided for select episodes. Pre-residency and professional development special guest interviews are also available.  
Eye to Eye: An Ophthalmology Podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Sunil Mamtora, MBBS 42 https://www.rcophth.ac.uk/standards-publications-research/eye-to-eye-podcast/ From the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, this podcast features conversations and content from innovators and leaders in their field on new developments within ophthalmology.
GENEYE POD Jacqueline Beltz, MBBS 6 https://www.geneye.org.au/ Geared toward enthusiasts at every level of training, this series delves into what it takes to become a successful surgeon, recent episodes exploring how to optimize the mind, body and attitude for proficiency.
Honestly Bilal Bilal Ahmed, MD 60 https://www.honestlybilal.com/ Started by a medical student now incoming resident, these episodes highlight the experiences from leaders in the field and ophthalmologists via candid conversations.
Informed Consent by Eyetube Marguerite McDonald, MD, and Ranna Jaraha 35 https://eyetube.net/podcasts/informed-consent This podcast features discussions with experts on how they effectively communicate and engage patients about their care and a wide range of ophthalmic healthcare interventions.
JAMA Ophthalmology Author Interviews Neil M. Bressler, MD 78 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaophthalmology/pages/jama-ophthalmology-author-interviews JAMA corresponding authors are invited to guide listeners through their investigations from conception to result interpretation.
Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology - iTunes Dr. Prem Subramanian, MD 23 https://journals.lww.com/jneuro-ophthalmology/pages/podcastepisodes.aspx?podcastid=1 Authors of works published in the Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology share an overview of their investigation and give insight into current clinical information.
MedEdTalks- Ophthalmology Varies 30 https://cme.healio.com/mededtalks/how-to-listen This podcast features medical education topics in ophthalmology and expert interviews that allows physicians to earn CME credit anywhere!
New Retina Radio David Brown, MD 83 https://eyetube.net/podcasts/new-retina-radio This series includes interviews with experts in the field, conference coverage, and roundtable discussions about the latest developments in clinical medicine.
OIS podcast Ehsan Sadri, MD 287 https://ois.net/ois-podcast/ For those interested in innovative ideas coming down the pipeline, this weekly podcast features interviews of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, inventors and KOLs to keep you up to date on the latest in ophthalmology.
Ophthalmology against the rule Nick Andrew, MD and Ben LaHood, MD 14 https://drnickandrew.com.au/ophthalmology-against-the-rule-podcast/ This educational podcast is geared toward Ophthalmologists and offers a deeper dive into overlooked topics within glaucoma and cataract surgery.
Ophthalmology Off the Grid Blake Williamson, MD 104 https://eyetube.net/podcasts/ophthalmology-off-the-grid This podcast provides a unique look into a wide range of topics within ophthalmology from best practices in surgery to mentorship. Follow along as experts in the field candidly share their experiences and perspectives.
Ophthalmology Quicksand Chronicles Nicole Fram, MD, and Elizabeth Yeu, MD 8 https://ascrs.org/clinical-education/podcasts-qc This American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) launched podcast features insightful discussions as cataract specialists’ detail complex cases that have shaped their surgical careers and share how listeners can apply this knowledge to their own practice.    
Straight from the Cutter’s Mouth: A Retina Podcast Jay Sridhar, MD 300 http://www.retinapodcast.com/ This weekly podcast features conversations with key thought leaders sharing their expertise on topics including medical retina, surgical retina, COVID-19, journal club, practice management, career development and social media.  
The Retina Channel Podcast Keyvan Koushan, MD 50 https://theretinachannel.libsyn.com/ This virtual journal club allows researchers to delve into their process and give insight into the concept of their scientific article.
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