The Ophthalmic News and Education Network® (ONE® Network) global online platform is a combined effort of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and leading ophthalmic subspecialty societies to provide a single source of peer-reviewed, high-quality news and education for ophthalmologists and other clinicians around the world.
Established in 2007, the ONE Network is designed to help practicing physicians keep up with current developments, maintain best practices, and engage in lifelong learning. Access to the site is a valuable and free Academy member benefit.
Key Features and Content
- Educational Content
Access a wealth of content that is relevant to your practice. Online courses, interactive cases, self-assessment exams and quizzes, videos and presentations provide tools for ophthalmologists to assess knowledge and enhance clinical skills in all subspecialties. You also have full-text access to a dozen leading ophthalmic journals and the Wills Eye Institute 5-Minute Consult.
Use the My ONE Network tool to bookmark and organize your favorite content, track your performance on self-assessment exams and access your CME transcript. Share your feedback with the built-in social media tools.
Get constantly updated material, curated by subspecialty editorial boards. The News section is updated every weekday and includes industry news and journal studies to help you stay current.
- Clinical Self-Improvement
Take a self-assessment exam to receive recommendations for areas and activities for additional study. The ONE Network includes a series of Academy-Developed Learning Plans to help you address selected areas.
- Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
Prepare for recertification with a unique suite of MOC tools. The MOC section of the ONE Network includes an overview of the MOC process and requirements, study resources, and other helpful information.
- Practice Guidelines
Reference a comprehensive collection of recommendations and best practices endorsed by Academy committees and the Quality of Care Secretariat. Practice guidelines are based on clinical evidence and expert consensus to assist the clinician in decision-making about treating specific diseases.
The Ophthalmic News and Education Network will continue to grow in a focused manner to efficiently serve the knowledge and educational needs of ophthalmologists around the world. We look forward to your feedback as we continually strive to improve the site.
In addition to being offered to all international Academy members, the ONE Network is available globally through partnering societies and organizations and to ophthalmologists in some developing nations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.