This cohort study compares the need for repeat laser trabeculoplasty among patients with glaucoma undergoing initial trabeculoplasty performed by an ophthalmologist vs optometrist.
This study of ophthalmology-related lawsuits describes and analyzes the causes and outcomes of ophthalmology medical malpractice litigation involving patients younger than 18 years.
This study evaluates the effectiveness of the American Board of Ophthalmology’s Maintenance of Certification Part 4 (Improvement in Medical Practice) in assisting its diplomates with quality improvement in their practices.
This study assesses the current and future status of diversity among ophthalmologists in the workforce by sex, race, and ethnicity in the context of the available number of medical students in the United States.
This study compares the use of lower- vs higher-cost antivascular endothelial growth factor drugs prescribed for treatment of retinal vascular diseases in the Medicare population.
This cross-sectional study uses Diabetes Management Project data to evaluate the association between severity of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema and symptoms of depression and anxiety in adults.
This scenario-based simulation and concept description study explores the feasibility of providing immersive simulation human factors training for ophthalmic surgical teams.
This study assesses the association between reported industry payments to ophthalmologists with prescribing habits for anti–vascular endothelial growth factor intravitreal injections.
This Special Communication discusses how not all statistically significant results are clinically meaningful, and concludes that the application of trial results to a given patient requires critical analysis of the extant literature and good clinical judgment.
This Viewpoint chronicles the story of a former uveitis fellow whose metastasized cancer has left her blind and reflects on the 2-way nature of mentoring.
This observational study reports the representation of women among ophthalmologists receiving industry remuneration for research, consulting, honoraria, grants, royalties, and faculty/speaker roles.