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.
Now in its fifth year, this annual guide for ophthalmology residents helps you get a high-yield, rock-star start to your year and your career. The Academy and its Young Ophthalmologist (YO) Committee and three subcommittees (Advocacy, International and the YO Info editorial board) have a long-term strategy to engage members in training and those in their first five years of practice.
The Resident Edition is available as a series of web pages or as a single PDF. Tip: To save online articles for future reference, log in with your member account and click "Add to My To-Do List." Download and print the PDF if you prefer a paper copy.
From the Editor’s Desk
Let the Training Begin: My Secret to Becoming a Better Physician
OKAPs Reading Schedule
How a Story Turned Legislative Apathy to Empathy
10 Tips for Surviving Call
How to Use a Slit Lamp
Beginner’s Guide to Corneal Ulcers
Ophthalmic Drops 101
Top 10 Eye Emergencies
How to Classify the Diabetic Eye
The 8-Point Eye Exam