||The retiring ophthalmologist - reflections in amber|
||West Indian med. j;49(supl. 3):21, July 2000.
||After all the years of hard work, after all the years of planning and positioning, there comes a time when most ophthalmologists will have to adjust to the inevitable life changes that he or she will face. The preparation for this change will make the difference between contentment and frustration for many. The focus of the eye surgeon changes from decade to decade almost imperceptyibly and, while many react to the changes as they happen, others attempt to manage the change in focus. Knowing what to expect from oneself and understanding how to prepare for the diminishing years, will lead to self realization and self actualization, and for the ophthalmologist on the down slope of his years this knowledge is all important.(AU)|
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