• Enhancing Clinical Education With Cutting-Edge, Interactive Resources

    The ONE Network’s new 1-Minute Video series features a new video on a specific pearl or concept every week, including “How to Manage Persistent DME,” “When to Use Steroids for Corneal Ulcers” and “Anterior Vitrectomy Using a Pars Plana Approach.”

    New enhancements to the Academy’s clinical offerings keep our flagship educational products up to date and ensure that you’re equipped with critical tools to stay competitive.

    Enriching The ONE Network Through Innovative Content

    Driven by strategic content updates developed through endowments, use of the Academy’s online trove of clinical and surgical media, the Ophthalmic News and Education (ONE®) Network, grew by 20 percent in 2018. Instead of solely operating as a members-only benefit, more features of the ONE Network are now open to the global ophthalmology community. This greater access to content, including news and surgical videos, allows the Academy to educate on a larger scale, fostering an increase in the efficacy of patient care.

    Features added to the ONE Network in 2018 include:

    • More than 25 new and revised CME activities, including courses, cases and learning plans, and weekly “Diagnose This” questions
    • 60 clinical and surgical 1-Minute Videos
    • More than 300 new videos and lectures, including highlights from the Academy’s annual meeting and the 2018 annual meetings of the American Glaucoma Society (AGS) and American Society of Retina Specialists
    • More than 300 news articles, including headlines and Editors’ Choice reviews

    The ONE Network also features the Knights Templar Eye Foundation Pediatric Ophthalmology Education Center and the David E. I. Pyott Glaucoma Education Center. These two virtual skills-transfer centers provide ophthalmologists around the world with access to high-quality, subspecialty-specific clinical education, all of which is vetted by subject-matter experts.

    2018 additions to these centers include: 

    With increased access to ophthalmic education, physicians are better equipped to manage existing conditions, take preventive measures and educate their communities.

    Expanding Clinical Research in Glaucoma

    The latest addition to the Academy’s growing franchise of journals, Ophthalmology® Glaucoma presents articles on new approaches to diagnosis, pharmacological therapy innovations, surgical techniques and basic science advances that impact clinical practice.