71 episodes

An Ophthalmology education podcast for OKAP and board review, with additional interview and "boot camp" episodes! Tune in weekly with your hosts Ben Young and Andrew Pouw, a Kellogg Eye Center retina fellow, and a University of Iowa glaucoma faculty, as we review high yield topics in the time it takes to commute.

Eyes For Ears Ben Young and Andrew Pouw

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    • 5.0 • 161 Ratings

An Ophthalmology education podcast for OKAP and board review, with additional interview and "boot camp" episodes! Tune in weekly with your hosts Ben Young and Andrew Pouw, a Kellogg Eye Center retina fellow, and a University of Iowa glaucoma faculty, as we review high yield topics in the time it takes to commute.

    Dissociated Vertical Deviations

    Dissociated Vertical Deviations

    This week we unravel the peculiarities of the strabismic problem of dissociated vertical deviations (DVD)

    • 21 min
    Midnight Mystery with Dr. Michael Park

    Midnight Mystery with Dr. Michael Park

    Crack this mystery case with our repeat guest host, PGY4 and Yale's Chief Resident Michael Park!

    • 28 min
    Pattern Strabismus

    Pattern Strabismus

    Straighten out the alphabet soup of pattern strabismus in this episode.
     
    We refer you to this excellent video by Dr. Tim Root to orient yourself to eye muscle actions, tropias and phorias:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRYBOBSyzAU
     
    And we make reference to this aircraft during the episode if you are curious:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairchild_Republic_A-10_Thunderbolt_II
     
     

    • 32 min
    Contracts and Negotiations with Employment Lawyer, Heidi Mason

    Contracts and Negotiations with Employment Lawyer, Heidi Mason

    Thinking about your first job or a new job? Amanda brings on Heidi Mason, JD, SHRM-CP, PHR to teach us about what we should be looking for in a contract, whether you really need to hire a lawyer (and what kind to get), how to negotiate, and much much more in this special episode!

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Visual Fields

    Visual Fields

    This episode, we field all questions one might have about visual fields, from fundamentals to finer details.

    • 55 min
    Recurrent Corneal Erosions

    Recurrent Corneal Erosions

    What walks like an abrasion, talks like an abrasion, but can look nothing like an abrasion? Find out this episode!
     
    Also, if you are a medical student, help us fill out this survey regarding your experience in the OR during your ophthalmology elective. In collaboration with Straight from the Cutter's Mouth, we are working to evaluate if there are ways to improve your experience in the OR and clinic:
    https://yalesurvey.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4GUtztfLSlSsrrv
     

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
161 Ratings

161 Ratings

uveitis_patient ,

Good source for patients

I’ve had pediatric uveitis and recently learned that I have retinal vasculitis. As a patient with no medical education or training, I’m finding this podcast very useful to better understand my own condition and to build a shared vocabulary with my ophthalmologist. 1) Could you please do a podcast on retinal vasculitis? 2) The first time you mention a new term, could you please state the full name and not just the acronym even if it’s obvious to medical students? Keep up the great work!

pepperlord ,

I’m a first year

Loved the pontificating and literature review that Andrew did in the Hyphema episode. Impressed that you guys keep doing this beyond residency training, thank you so much! The hyphema episode was what me write this review. “basically your eyes ar really just little balloons of acid” love it.

There have been times trying to read or do questions, that I whip out this podcast to see what others are doing, and I’m so relieved to hear that this is all so new.

I hope you guys find ways to keep doing this or find a new team of residents to take over when you guys finish. The descriptions and analogies help the info stick. I’m always going to remember milkshakes vs balloons of acid for hyphemas and sickle cell.

MerryZR ,

Wonderful work! Thank you

As a new ophthalmology resident, I want to thank you so much about your hard work. I listen to the podcasts mainly during my commutes. But sometimes, I even sit down to take notes while playing these podcasts. Great education! Thank you so much for your hard work?

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