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Walter Whitley, OD, MBA, FAAO serves as the Director of Referral Services and Residency Program Supervisor at Virginia Eye Consultants in Norfolk, Virginia where his practice encompasses ocular surface disease, glaucoma, surgical co-management, clinical research and the supervision of an extensive referral network.
 
Helen fell into writing whilst climbing out of burnout. She worked as a midwife and writes about life, family, health, loss and those whose voices are often unheard. Come and listen to inspiring writers, performers and spoken word artists share their 'take' on Poetry and Health. Expect lively discussions and masterclasses including comedy and trauma, creativity in cancer, writing our grief, addictions, mental health and smiles. Co-runs Satellite of Love Spoken Word Events. Poetry collection ...
 
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In this episode Helen chats with Hazel Hammond about being 'Not the Same Poet, Always An Artist' exhibition Hazel Hammond has been a poet and an artist for over 40 years. In 2018 she had a stroke and now lives with Aphasia, a condition shared by over 350,000 people in the UK and affecting their ability to speak, write and read. Join artist Hazel Ha…
 
In this episode Helen talks with Beth Calverley - Poetry Machine. exploring collaboration poetry in places of work including: learning, care and play, helping to express what matters. Bio: Beth Calverley is a poet, creative coach and founder of The Poetry Machine. Her poetry lives and breathes, holding your hand through crisp emotional landscapes. …
 
In this episode Helen talks with T.S. Idiot. Exploring creative poetry production and our writing through journeys in mental health. Recorded outdoors with background sounds of the city. 'Sadness and joys are congealed in the cracks of life' - T.S. Idiot Tom Stockley (AKA T.S. IDIOT) is a queer artist, writer, performer and producer, working across…
 
In this episode Helen discusses storytelling and menopause with storyteller poet and performer Kat Lyons. They explore the craft of storytelling and putting on a show 'Dry Season' exploring perimenopause. Kat is a Bristol-based poet, storyteller, writer and performer. They won both the 2019 Milk Poetry Superslam and the 2019 Lyra: Bristol Poetry Fe…
 
In this episode Helen is delighted to talk with poet, librettist Claire Williamson about creative writing and health. Claire generously shares a masterclass on writing through and writing slant to express our words for therapeutic purposes. These times tough times of sharing sorrow in our words can be insightful and uncover joy. Claire Williamson h…
 
In this episode Helen discusses with performance and slam poet Callum Wensley about writing and performing the many characters of grief and mental health. Bio: Callum is a non-binary poet and performer. They are representing Bristol in the next Hammer and Tongue National Slam Finals alongside Jemma Hathaway, and later this year they will be working…
 
In this episode Helen is in conversation with J T Lewis, poet, conservationist, spoken word artist and NHS worker dog borrower and tea-drinker. They discuss Jessi's 'Take' on Poetry and Health... What inspires our writing, 'Creativity is the last rope to hang onto, not just in the times we can 'write well' but those bruised, desperate times when mu…
 
In this episode Helen is talking with poet Pauline Sewards about writing about people in our care without appropriating their stories. they also discuss the linguistics of work. Pauline currently lives between Lincolnshire and Bristol. She founded Satellite of Love Spoken Word events. Her two published poetry collections are This is the Band publis…
 
In this episode frenetic poet Sam J Grudgings talks with Helen about finding poetry through fairy tales, horror, punk and addiction... Listen in to a lively discussion on performing tales and truth. "Sam J Grudgings is a queer poet from Bristol, England. His debut collection “The Bible II” is due out with Verve Poetry Press in November 2021. Until …
 
Eysuvis, a new FDA-approved corticosteroid that is indicated for the short-term treatment, up to two weeks, of the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease. Patients often have periods of exacerbation called dry eye flares, where their dry eye symptoms can be triggered by digital screen time, seasonal allergies, contact lens wear, and AC use. […]…
 
In this episode Helen is talking with Stephen Lightbown about poets shifting access to online events, and writing authentic human endurance stories. Stephen Lightbown is a Bristol based poet who writes extensively but not exclusively about his life as a wheelchair user. His debut collection, Only Air, was published in 2019 and his follow up collect…
 
In this episode Angie Belcher a stand up, actor, poet and comedy educator talks with Helen about writing and performing comedy. Join us for Angie's lively discussion on, 'Trauma is a natural bedmate to comedy'. Our interview took place in the garden with a background of city sounds... Angie is an expert communicator she regularly compere’s Glastonb…
 
Dr. Whitley talks with Dr. Bobby Azamian, co-founder, president and CEO of Tarsus Pharmaceuticals, about a topic that we haven’t addressed before on the Dry Eye Coach Podcast, which is addressing an unmet need for 25 million Americans: Demodex blepharitis. Tarsus is developing TP-03, which is a drug that has the potential to be the […]…
 
Over the past several years, various algorithms seeking to simplify the diagnosis and treatment of DED have been developed. The ASCRS algorithm for the preoperative diagnosis and treatment of ocular surface disorders is the first one that is targeted specifically to surgical patients. Listen as Dry Eye Coach chats with Jill Showalter about how she …
 
Dr. Paul Karpecki discusses the identification and management of acute dry eye in clinical care. Patients treated for chronic dry eye disease may have flares triggering an increase in symptoms. Listen to Dr. Kapecki’s perspective and practical pearls for managing these challenging cases in ocular surface disease.…
 
Drs. Scott Hauswirth and Marc Bloomenstein discuss how meibography influences their diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease. Learn why and how meibography makes a real difference in patient care. Dr. Whitney Hauser: Hi. I’m Dr. Whitney Hauser with Dry Eye Coach Podcast. Thank you for joining us. Today we’re going to be talking to […]…
 
Reimbursement for point of care diagnostic testing can be confusing and frustrating. Mike Berg, Vice President of Regulatory at TearLab, discusses how to appropriately Bill for testing and receive payment. Take a listen to Part 1 of our interview with Mike and learn how your practice can solve the billing mystery to POC testing.…
 
At the Dry Eye Coach Podcast, we recently sat down with pioneering expert Neel R. Desai, MD, to discuss his views on dry eye’s present and future. Dr. Desai is the Director of Cornea, Cataract, and Refractive Surgery at the Eye Institute of West Florida, Founder and Director of the Dry Eye Center of Excellence, […]…
 
Dr. Donald Korb, a pioneer in meibomian gland dysfunction research, talks about where MGD began and the direction diagnosis and treatment are moving. Listen to the expertbehind innovations like including well known oil based dry eye drops and LipifFlow and LipiViewto better understand why and how to treat dry eye disease. Dr. Korb believes it may b…
 
Whitney Hauser, OD, has built a very visible brand as the Dry Eye Coach. With a website, podcasts, and sizable following on social media, she is building a platform that can help promote new treatments and fellow eye care providers. In this podcast, Dr. Hauser discusses new technology that can help treat patients. But she […]…
 
you were putting together a Who’s Who list of optometric leaders in ocular surface disease, Dr. Whitney Hauser would undoubtedly make the cut. In addition to masterminding the launch of the TearWell Advanced Dry Eye Treatment Center at the Southern College of Optometry where students get dedicated ocular surface disease clinical hours, she launches…
 
Dr. Scott Schachter discusses how he added dry eye care into his practice. Over the last several years, this portion of his business has shown the greatest growth and profitability. Listen to how Dr. Schachter made the addition by incorporating technology incrementally and having frank discussions with patients.…
 
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