YO Info’s 2018 editorial board shares some of the best apps and tools they’ve found, along with a few pro tips.
Help shape ophthalmology’s future at the Mid-Year Forum 2018, April 18-21 in Washington, D.C. Don't miss this important opportunity to help shape public policy.
Peggy Wellman was slowly going blind from glaucoma, but she didn't know it. By the time Dr. Singleton examined her, she had already lost 90 percent of her peripheral vision in one eye, and 80 percent in the other.
Business experts will address the key financial and operational challenges that physician leaders face right now. Join us March 24-25 in Dallas.
Alongside a thorough history and examination, choosing to image an adult patient with strabismus can be a lifesaving decision. But when should you image and when should you hold back? Here are some tips to help guide you.
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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