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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 Artur Klett, HCP Tallinn Central Hospital, Estonia, who agreed to answer our questions.
What is your concrete role in the ERN-EYE network?
I am Head of the Ophthalmology Department at Tallinn Central Hospital which is one of the healthcare providers of the ERN-EYE network.
Inside of ERN-EYE I am a member of the Anterior Segment Rare Eye Diseases workgroup.
In your opinion, what is the most important issue ERN-EYE could overcome?
In my view, the most important issue to overcome is to enable small European countries also give their share in such innovative projects that many of our patients would benefit from.
What are the main challenges of the network?
In my opinion the main challenges are to build a united European database of rare diseases and to motivate even more experts from yet uninvolved countries to join the network.
And the best advances?
I think it offers invaluable help for both small and large countries.
In your dreams, what would ERN-EYE look like in 10 years ?
In my dreams we would be able to say that something we couldn’t even have dreamed of for 10 years ago has not only become reality but a routine procedure.