Helpful links to learn about the eye for residents in ophthalmology.
I created Eye-Q Doctor for Ophthalmology Residents to help ophthalmology residents learn more about the eye. Check out my audiobook to help with the OKAP and written exams.
Watch the ONE Campaign by Dr. David Parke, CEO of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Learn more about the ONE® Network, helping all of ophthalmology stay connected and up to date on the latest eye conditions as far as diagnosing and treatments. Thanks to Dr. Hoskins who had the initial vision for this huge project. I am honored to be working with such a talented group of ophthalmologists every month. They take the time to review articles for our members and videos as well.
|The Ophthalmic News & Education (ONE®) Network
The ONE Network is the largest online library of ophthalmic knowledge in the world. Currently entering its next major phase of development, the site features state-of-the-art educational tools including surgical videos, instructional podcasts, self-assessments, personalized learning plans and practice guidelines. Building on its solid reputation as a trusted resource developed by the Academy, the ONE Network is already being used by more than 70,000 ophthalmologists worldwide. Through Foundation funding, it is provided free of charge to ophthalmologists in developing countries.http://www.faao.org/one-network-campaign.cfm
Visit the ONE® Network site here:
Purchase my audiobook here:
Purchase on Facebook
Topics Include: Contact Lenses, Cornea, Glaucoma, Lens and Cataract, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Optics and Refraction, Orbit, Eyelids, and
Lacrimal, Pediatric Ophthalmology, Retina, and Uveitis
This collection of audio clips is designed as a supplement for studying ophthalmology and cannot replace the time spent reading the Basic and Clinical Science Course (BCSC) books. These series of questions and answers will trigger your memory to recall various differentials and treatments. This collection of questions and answers are not meant to be exhaustive, but designed to reinforce what you already know. Topics range from cornea to retina. The audio clips can be played on your iPod (or other MP3 player), computer or in your car using an MP3 player. The idea is to help maximize your study time while in traffic, jogging, or simply studying at your desk. This collection will be helpful to you as one of many adjuncts used to learn about ophthalmology.
Most of the proceeds are donated to The Juliette RP Vision Foundation.