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Sydney Eye Podcast | @CabreraMarie

Author: Dr Maria Cabrera

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This podcast explores topics related to eye health and eye research and answers common questions about eye conditions from Sydney, Australia.
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Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas chats with Prof Stephanie Watson, a corneal specialist and the head of the Corneal Research Group at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute, and the Head of the Corneal Unit at the Sydney Eye Hospital about the lessons dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in our research group in 2021, and the challenges for corneal research and our research projects for 2022.Interested in joining the Keratoconus and/or Dry eye registries? ·         Request access at https://savesightregistries.org and click ‘request access’You will be asked to complete a brief training session before being granted access to the registries ·         Need further information:Contact us at ssi.ssr@sydney.edu.au or maria.cabreraaguas@sydney.edu.auIf you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comLike this podcast? Please leave us a review here-even one sentence helps. Post a screenshot of your listening on Instagram and tag me (@drmaria.cabrera) so I can thank you personally. The Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.  Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep8: The first international dry eye registry Ep7: The link between dry eye and breast cancer treatmentEp6: Quality-of-life questionnaire in keratoconusEp5: A glimpse on a new technology for corneal surgeryEp4: Eye injury registryEp3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us using #SydeyepodTwitter:  @CabreraMarie Instagram: @drmaria.cabrera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-cabrera-aguas/Music provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9
Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas chats with Pauline Khoo, a Clinical Researcher at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute about  the world’s first international dry eye registry The dry eye registry records patient outcomes, generates benchmarking reports to improve your patients’ dry eye outcomes and generates anonymised reports comparing clinicians’ patient outcomes with those of your peers.Interested in joining the registry? Request access at https://frbresearch.org and click ‘request access’ You will be asked to complete a brief training session before being granted access to the  registriesNeed further information:Contact us at ssi.ssr@sydney.edu.au or maria.cabreraaguas@sydney.edu.auIf you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comThe Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.  Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep7: The link between dry eye and breast cancer treatmentEp6: Quality-of-life questionnaire in keratoconusEp5: A glimpse on a new technology for corneal surgeryEp4: Eye injury registryEp3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us using #SydeyepodTwitter:  @CabreraMarie Instagram: @drmaria.cabrera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-cabrera-aguas/Music provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9
Dr Maria Cabrera chats with Pauline Khoo (@khootweets), a Clinical Researcher at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute about the association between dry eye disease and a medication for breast cancer. Dry eye disease is a common condition that happens when your tears are not able to lubricate your eyes. There are many risk factors for this disease including female gender, ocular conditions, autoimmune diseases, association with medications, and the environment. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comThe Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.Contact Pauline Khoo:Email: pauline.khoo@sydney.edu.auTwitter: @khootweets  Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep6: Quality-of-life questionnaire in keratoconusEp5: A glimpse on a new technology for corneal surgeryEp4: Eye injury registryEp3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us using #SydeyepodTwitter:  @CabreraMarie Instagram: @drmaria.cabrera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-cabrera-aguas/Music provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9
Dr Maria Cabrera chats with Dr Himal Kandel (@kandelhimal), a Research Associate at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute about the importance of a quality-of-life questionnaire in keratoconus. Measuring quality of life, an abstract term, is a bit more complex than measuring length or weight. But a quality-of-life questionnaire can allow us to measure it in a scientific way to find out how keratoconus treatments and disease progression are impacting people’s quality of life. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comThe Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.Contact Dr Himal Kandel:Email: himal.kandel@sydney.edu.auTwitter: @kandelhimalLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/himalkandel/  Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep5: A glimpse on a new technology for corneal surgeryEp4: Eye injury registryEp3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us using #SydeyepodTwitter:  @CabreraMarie Instagram: @drmariacabrera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-cabrera-aguas/Music provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9
Dr Jackie Tan chats with Dr Maria Cabrera about a new technology to seal corneal wounds without stitches. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comThe Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.Connect with Dr Jackie Tan:Email: jtan8777@uni.sydney.edu.au Twitter:  @drjacktan Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep4: Eye injury registryEp3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us on Twitter:Dr Maria Cabrera: @CabreraMarie,Corneal Research Group, Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney: @cornealresearchusing #SydeyepodMusic provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9 Artwork: made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com
Eye injury registry

Eye injury registry

2021-04-2528:03

Eye injuries are the main cause of vision loss in one eye worldwide.Annette Hoskin chats with Dr Maria Cabrera about the creation of an eye injury registry to understand when and where eye injuries happen, and better understand how we can manage those eye injuries.If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comThe Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.Connect with Annette Hoskin:Email: annettehoskin@yahoo.com.auTwitter:  @Annette_hoskinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annettehoskin/ Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->Ep3: Herpes Simplex KeratitisEp2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us on Twitter:Dr Maria Cabrera: @CabreraMarie,Corneal Research Group, Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney: @cornealresearchusing #SydeyepodMusic provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9 
Did you know that a corneal infection caused by herpes simplex virus is one of the main causes of blindness in developed countries? Corneal specialist, Prof Stephanie Watson chats with Dr. Maria Cabrera about how to identify and prevent this infection.If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.com The Transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page. Closed captioning for this episode can be also found on YouTube --> HEREDon't forget to listen to our previous episodes --> Ep2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infectionsEp1: Corneal infection and contact lensesConnect with us on Twitter: Dr Maria Cabrera: @CabreraMarie, Prof Stephanie Watson: @profswatson, Corneal Research Group, Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney: @cornealresearch using #Sydeyepod Music provided by: Energized morning by Airae Link: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9 
Did you know that antimicrobial resistance also occurs in corneal infections as well as in systemic infections?Dr. Maria Cabrera talks about what antimicrobial resistance is, some causes of antimicrobial resistance, and how to prevent antimicrobial resistance in corneal infections.The transcript is available in the 'Transcript' tab on this page.  Closed captioning for this episode can be found on YouTube --> HEREDon't forget to listen to our previous episode --> Ep1: Corneal infection and contact lenses If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comConnect with us on Twitter:Dr. Maria Cabrera: @CabreraMarie,Prof Stephanie Watson: @profswatson,Corneal Research Group, Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney: @cornealresearchusing #SydeyepodMusic provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9/
If you wear contact lenses, did you know that you are more prone to get corneal infections? Corneal specialist, Prof Stephanie Watson talks with Dr. Maria Cabrera about what causes a corneal infection, how to recognise it, and how to prevent it. Closed captioning for this episode can be found on YouTube --> HEREIf you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to sydeyepodcast@gmail.comConnect with us on Twitter:Dr Maria Cabrera: @CabreraMarie,Prof Stephanie Watson: @profswatson,Corneal Research Group, Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney: @cornealresearch using #SydeyepodMusic provided by: Energized morning by AiraeLink: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/xF2ADhIuB9/
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