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Every month, ERN-EYE invites you to meet an active person within the network through a short interview. This month, it's Petra Lišková, General University Hospital in Prague, Czech Republic, who accepted to answer our questions.
I am the representative of the General university hospital in Prague, the only health care provider from the Czech Republic that has joined the ERN-EYE. I also have passion for inherited anterior segment disorders which has put me into the position of being one of the leaders of working group 4.
In your opinion, what is the most important issue ERN-EYE could overcome?
I think, it's very important to enable efficient diagnostics, appropriate information and importantly also treatment when available to all patients with rare ocular disorders in EU countries.
What are the main challenges of the network?
All members of the network are very committed to the project and enjoy the interrogation with other EU professionals and patient organizations. From my point of view the main challenge is to find enough time for all of us involved to further develop all the bright ideas and projects that ERN-EYE has brought up.
And the best advances?
The close networking and meeting in person which is despite modern communication technologies in my opinion still the best and quickest way how to set up projects and deliver outcomes.
In your dreams, what would ERN-EYE look like in 10 years?
The major organization setting up globally standards and guidelines in the management of rare eye disorders.