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Prepare for a successful first year of training with the 2016 YO Info Resident Edition. From an OKAP reading guide to tips on ophthalmic drops, corneal ulcers and using the slit lamp, this year's edition is packed with practical advice from members of the Academy’s YO Info editorial board.
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The American Academy of Ophthalmology has a long-term strategy to engage young ophthalmologists and guide them through the many stages of professional life which can span over a decade. We offer educational programs, career services and professional development services catered to each level of training, from residency through practice and academia.
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