Marko Hawlina was the 2019 recipient of the Golden Apple Award for education and leadership at SOE 2019. We caught up with him at the congress to talk about educating ophthalmologists, the importance of strong leadership and the innovations he has introduced that contributed to the Golden Apple Award.
1. How has education changed for ophthalmologists over the past few years?
2. What innovations have you introduced to assist with education?
3. How important is strong leadership in achieving education goals?
4. What advice would you give to young ophthalmologists around continuing education?
5. Please tell us a bit about the Golden Apple Award?
Filmed in partnership with the European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE) at the SOE 2019 meeting in Nice, France.
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