Podcasts

Making a checklist

Grace Chen, MD
Senior resident – finishing residency
New York University

Getting back on the hourse

Tracy Wright, MD
Senior resident – finishing residency
New York University

The soul is willing but the flesh is weak: getting my hands to do what I want

Kevin Shah, MD
Senior resident – finishing residency
New York University

The importance of forgetting

Milan Ranka, MD
Senior resident – finishing residency
New York University

The hardest thing about cataract surgery is the postoperative management of complicated patients

Sonia Belliappa, MD
Senior resident – finishing residency
New York University

Mastering surgeon anxiety

Irina Belinsky, MD
Intermediate resident – about to begin to perform cataract surgery
New York University

I need to be cognizant of my non-­dominant hand

David Sackel, MD
Intermediate resident – about to begin to perform cataract surgery
New York University

I’m anxious about using both hands and both feet at the same time

Jessica Chan, MD
Intermediate resident – about to begin to perform cataract surgery
New York University

Teaching confidence

Clinical Professor
New York University

The instructor needs to get to know the resident

Joel M. Solomon, M.D.
Clinical Professor; Director of Ophthalmology
Manhattan VA Medical Center
New York University

Sometimes the instructor must intervene

Jack Dodick, M.D.
Professor; Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology
New York University

The most important word is STOP

Laurence Sperber, M.D.
Clinical Professor; Director Residency Training
New York University