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Glaucoma Now is a 12 to 16-page, newsletter-format, enduring material published two times each year. Each issue has a major theme. Within each issue there are four sections, each of which treats some aspect of the theme in a predefined way.

  1. The "Special Focus" is a major review that outlines the expert consensus on the topic area, bringing together research findings and the judgement of highly regarded clinical scientists
  2. A "What's new" examines research directions and the latest findings in the theme area.
  3. A section called "Clinical Issues" relates research to clinical practice.
  4. The last section, "Practical Tips" describes related techniques or procedures in sufficient detail to allow its immediate adoption in the clinic.

Each issue also includes a list of multiple choice questions related to the contents of the 4 sections. 



Issue 2 - 2019 Glaucoma: Impact of Disease


Special Focus: Burden of glaucoma: impact of disease, impact of treatment, societal impact, compliance and adherence issues

What's New: Prevention of glaucoma: screening, planning resource use

Clinical Issues: Glaucoma Management: burden of non-adherence

Practical Tips: Improving patient centered care: means for compliance and adherence



Issue 1 - 2019 Glaucoma and Concomitant Eye Diseases 


Special Focus: C
omprehensive overview on glaucoma in the setting of inflammatory diseases.

What’s New: Principles of medical and non-medical management of glaucoma in dry eye patients: State of play and recent advances.

Clinical Issues: Pediatric Uveitic Glaucoma: A summary of underlying diseases, differential diagnosis, screening and treatment, management of complications.

Practical Tips: An approach to differential diagnosis and measures taken for concomitant eye disease: Sjogren's syndrome, Posner Schlossmann Syndrome, Fuchs Syndrome.



Issue 2 - 2018 Assessing Function in Glaucoma


Special Focus: 
A comprehensive overview on optimal testing, taking into account traditional and recent technologies to detect glaucoma damage and progression such as changes in optic disc and SAP, use of OCT, electrophysiology PERG/VEP and others.

What’s New: A review of where are we going with the newest approaches such as OCT, PERG, VEP in the light of the newest clinical data.

Clinical Issues: Insight into an optimal approach to testing: What tests and strategies are to be used for whom and when?

Practical Tips: A practical approach to use of current test methods: Minimizing artifacts and avoiding pitfalls in interpretation.


Issue 1 - 2018 Glaucoma: State of play and future developments


Special Focus: 
A comprehensive overview of basic science understanding of glaucoma including mechanisms of damage, cellular effects in neurodegeneration (oxidative stress, protein misfolding, mitochondrial dysfunction), risk factors, parameters measured ( IOP, CCT, OPP, changes in optic disc and OCT findings, electrophysiology PERG/VEP, VF ), outlook and implications.

What’s New: A discussion of why early glaucoma diagnosis is so important, including risk assessment and parameters of detection (RNFL abnormalities, electrophysiology, VF defects) summarizing existing gold standards and giving an outlook on new technologies

Clinical Issues: A review of current techniques in monitoring glaucoma progression, including gold standard HRT, other approaches such as OCT, GDx, PERG/VEP and long-term data

Practical Tips: A summary on all options to manage glaucoma in pregnancy and lactation



Cover - Glaucoma Now Issue 2 - 2019

Latest Issues

Access the latest issue of Glaucoma Now. Each issue focuses on a major theme and is split into four sections: Special Focus, What's New, Clinical Issues and Practical Tips.


Based on the information found in each electronic issue, we offer an associated e-learning course. Individual issues of Glaucoma Now are accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME).

About Glaucoma Now

Our goal is to educate and update general ophthalmologists, glaucoma specialists and ophthalmology residents. Learn more about our publication, guidelines for authors and our editorial board.

Editorial Board

Ivan Goldberg MD, FRANZCO, FRACS, Sydney Eye Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Remo Susanna Jr MD, Department of Ophthalmology, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil