Economic Recession: Should I Be Afraid?
Listen to Dr. Francis Lee Hok as he tackles on the looming recession and how to prepare for it. 00:00 Introduction 01:20 What is recession ? 13:01 How are we in the Philippines ? 16:06 How to manage
1. What is your favorite virtue?
My favorite virtue is humility. It is acknowledging your talents and capabilities as gifts and blessings and using them to help others without fanfare
A 1st year Resident in Ophthalmology amidst the Pandemic
Realizing the dream Finding out that I got accepted to the program of Ophthalmology in JRRMMC was a very memorable day for me because this really has been my dream
NOSP 2022 News Bits #1
The Neuro-Ophthalmology Society of the Philippines (NOSP) successfully held the 1st Virtual NOSP Interhospital Grand Rounds last March 25, 2022. Ophthalmology trainees from 11 institutions participated
The CTB: Unabridged
The Editorial Staff of the PAO Coffee Table Book would like to thank all the PAO members for the very positive and encouraging feedback given during its book
Financial Acuity In Times of Crisis
Dollar Investment In gold we trust S&P 500 10 year Philippine Government Bond Cryptocurrency Importance of Insurance Raoul Paolo D. Henson Oculoplastic surgeon Lasik surgeon Entrepreneur Investor
Where Science and Art Converge
Where Science and Art Converge “Doing eye illustrations is an expression of 2 things I’m passionate about – ophthalmology and doing sketches. Practicing my skills allows me to improve at both.
The PSCRS takes the first LEAP
Diverting from the usual presentations on Cataract Surgery, the PSCRS began the PAO LEAP with a session on Phakic IOL Implantation. The procedure is a feasible alternative to Refractive Laser Surgery
FEU-NRMF Providing Effective, Efficient, Accessible, and State-of-the-Art Service
As millions face changes brought on by the pandemic, the FEU-NRMF Department of Ophthalmology strives to adjust to the “new
We Knew It Was Coming But…
The start of 2022 was rough for the province of Cebu. Aside from the threat of rising COVID-19 cases, the latter half of December was met with heavy rainfall and strong winds. Typhoon Odette managed