Podcast season


EyePod: The optometry podcast

Our thought-provoking podcasts are a great way to explore your profession and the fascinating world of vision and eye care, discover new ideas and research, and learn from others’ experiences. 

Podcast: Daniel talks to Raj Das-Bhaumik about his recent webinar on suspicious lumps and bumps on the eyelids, with tips on which can be managed in practice and which need referring to the hospital eye service.

Podcast: College Council member and optometrist, Dr Parth Shah MCOptom, takes over our airwaves for the final time in with his third COVID-themed podcast.

Podcast: Both Daniel and Martin spoke to Professor Alastair Denniston about uveitis, and how advances in scanning and machine learning will revolutionise care for patients.

Podcast: Daniel talks to Kam Balaggan about the most common causes of retinal detachment and how to spot them.

Podcast: In this episode, Dr Parth Shah MCOptom talks to Maninder Gudray MCOptom Dip TP(IP) about the impact of COVID-19 on optical practices and what practice owners could be doing to mitigate the effects of the pandemic on their practice.

Podcast: Daniel catches up with Angela Whitaker MCOptom following her webinar where she presented case studies from glaucoma clinical practice patients who have been diagnosed and managed by optometrists.

Podcast: In the first of a series of 'takeover' episodes, Dr Parth Shah MCOptom talks to Kush Mandavia MCOptom about how to take care of our own wellbeing.

Podcast: In this episode of WebinarXtra, Daniel talks to Kate Powell MCOptom, who answers questions from her recent webinar on diabetic retinopathy.

Podcast: Professor Bernard Gilmartin FCOptom has very severe macular degeneration which has resulted in a dramatic loss of vision in one eye and threatens the vision in his other.

Podcast: This month we talk to the inspirational Professor Shahina Pardhan - the first female Professor of Optometry in the UK.

Podcast: We talk to Dr Jonathan Denniss MCOptom who discusses the strengths and limitations of using OCT for glaucoma diagnosis and gives practical advice on how OCT can be used by optometrists.

Podcast: Following on from London Fashion week, Neil Handley, Curator of the College Museum, discusses the history of spectacles with Daniel, exploring their unique status as a medical device and fashion accessory.

Podcast: Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom replies to the member questions there wasn't enough time to answer during his recent webinar on the diagnosis of binocular vision anomalies.

Podcast: Optometrist and researcher Jasleen Kaur Jolly MCOptom talks to Martin about how she got into research, imposter syndrome, how gene therapy works, which conditions are closer to being treated with gene therapy and what that means for optometrists, as well as the brain and the eye.

Podcast: In this episode, Daniel talks to Adam Wannell MCOptom about glaucoma decision making.