What keeps ophthalmologists up at night: Part IV

March 24, 2021
Alex Delaney-Gesing

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David Hutton

Ophthalmologists share the most pressing issues on their mind within the glaucoma space — and why losing sleep from time to time may actually be a good thing.

Featured in this video:

Robert L. Stamper, MD; distinguished professor, Clinical Ophthalmology; director emeritus of the Glaucoma Service at University of California, San Francisco

Donald L. Budenz, MD, MPH; president, American Glaucoma Society; Kittner Family distinguished professor; chair, Department of Ophthalmology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Ruth D. Williams, MD; of the Wheaton Eye Clinic (Wheaton, Illinois)

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Watch the previous installments in the series:

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology?


What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology: Part II

What keeps ophthalmologists up at night: Part III