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Title
The use of a portfolio in postgraduate medical education - reflect, assess and account, one for each or all in one?
Description:     
The collection of information in a portfolio can serve or be used for a variety of purposes. The content is used for assessment or making decisions about progress. And the portfolio is used as an instrument for quality assurance processes. In post-graduate medical education, these purposes can be combined but this is not always reported transparently. In this paper, we will discuss the different perspectives, how a portfolio can serve these three purposes and what are opportunities and challenges of combining multiple purposes.
Link :                      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5704619/
 Author  Drs. Sylvia Heeneman and Erik W. Driessen
Category                 Assessment tools
 Language English
 Competency Teaching
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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The UK Royal College of Ophthalmologists Residency Curriculum
Description:     
This Curriculum for specialist training in ophthalmology describes the outcomes of seven years of postgraduate training which leads to a certificate of completed training (CCT). The essential or core requirements are described by a series of nested learning outcomes. These are derived from a description of what a consultant ophthalmologist, as a health care professional in the UK, is able to do and how they approach their practice.
Link :                      http://curriculum.rcophth.ac.uk/
 Author  UK Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Education
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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The Trachoma Atlas
Description:     
The Trachoma Atlas is an online global atlas showing the distribution and prevalence of trachoma, the world's leading cause of infectious blindness.  This open-access, global resource is intended for public health professionals and managers of trachoma control programs as well as the general public interested in learning about this infectious eye disease and the possible global elimination of blinding trachoma by 2020.
Link :                      http://www.trachomaatlas.org
 Author  Various
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
The Public Eye Health (PEH) Curriculum for Ophthalmic Residents - For Standard PGY3 Level
Description:     
Suggested objectives and content to develop curricula for training residents in Community Eye Care: the ICO’s Public Eye Health Curriculum for Ophthalmic Residents – For Standard PGY3 Level.

The study of Public Eye Health is to address the main causes of blindness in the general population. The purpose is to extend the application of clinical ophthalmology to the eye health needs of the community.

Link :                      http://icoph.org/downloads/PEHCurriculum.pdf
 Author  Jean Jacques DeLaey
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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The Primary Eye Care training manual
Description:     
The purpose of this manual is to provide guidance in the design, implementation and evaluation of a course that aims to build and strengthen the capacity of health personnel to manage eye patients at primary-level health facilities in the African Region.
Link :                      https://www.afro.who.int/publications/primary-eye-care-training-manual
 Author  World Health Organization
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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The Ophthalmology Teacher's Library Blog
Description:     
A blog that recommendeds books, e-books and papers for ophthalmic residents' educators.
Link :                      http://icoword-library.ophthalmologyblogs.org/
 Author  ICO
Category                 Teaching methods
 Language English
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
The Ophthalmic Assistant: A Text for Allied and Associated Ophthalmic Personnel
Description:     
This heavily illustrated text provides ophthalmic assistants with comprehensive information on all aspects of ophthalmology.
Link :                      http://store.jcahpo.org/detail.aspx?id=JCAT-TEXT-E
 Author  Stein, Stein, and Freeman
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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The Merck Manual: Eye Disorders
Description:     
The Merck Manuals are a series of health care books for medical professionals and consumers. As a service to the community, the content of the manuals are now available in enhanced online versions. The online edition contains additional photographs, audio, and video material.
Link :                      http://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/eye_disorders.html
 Author  Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
The Iowa Ophthalmology Wet Laboratory (OWL) Curriculum for Teaching and Assessing Cataract Surgical Competency
Description:     
The Iowa OWL curriculum may form the basis for successfully utilizing the wet laboratory to teach and assess aspects of resident surgical competence in cataract surgery.
Link :                      http://webeye.ophth.uiowa.edu/eyeforum/tutorials/Iowa-OWL/index.htm
 Author  Lee, et al.
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency 
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
The International Centre for Eye Health Open Education Webinar Series
Description:     
ICEH hosts a series of free live webinars that explore the benefits and challenges of Open Education with eye care educators and organizations. Past webinar topics, which are available for download, include: What is Open Education, Does it Work, Where to Find and How to Use Open Courses, Using Open Education to Support Local Training and Capacity Building.
Link :                      http://iceh.lshtm.ac.uk/oer/webinars/
 Author  International Centre for Eye Health
Category                 Teaching methods
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021