You’re officially an ophthalmologist! Med school: Done. Residency: Done. Fellowship and career: Bring it on.
YO Info is not just for residents — the content is also produced for young ophthalmologists in years one to five after your training.
The 2022 YO Info Graduate Edition is one of the ways the Young Ophthalmologist Committee supports our members. We want you to have a successful and healthy career in the years to come.
In this issue, the YO Info Editorial board and YO members share our experiences to help you staring your career as an attending physician, from advice to enhance your relationship with your team, coding tips to boost your bottom line, using telemedicine in your practice and how your posture can help you avoid chronic injury.
The YO Info Graduate Edition is meant to make your transition seamless. Also, don’t forget to opt-in to our monthly newsletters! Welcome to the first day of the rest of your lives!
Evan Silverstein, MD
Chair, YO Info Editorial Board
The Graduate Edition is available as a series of web pages. Tip: To save online articles for future reference, log in with your member account and click "Add to My To-Do List."
5 Tips for Navigating Your New Role as a Teacher
Coding Tips for the Newly Graduated Ophthalmologist
5 Tips to Make the Most of Fellowship
Working With Industry Partners
How to Get Involved in Your State Society
What is the ABO? Preparing for Oral Boards, Maintenance of Certification
3 Keys for Successful Experiences in Global Ophthalmology
Building a Referral Base as a YO
How to Set Up Telemedicine in Your Practice
10 Ergonomic Pearls for a Healthy Career
Working With a Team: 6 Tips to Inspire Excellence and Have Fun