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Title
ICO Curricula
Description:     
This is a curriculum presented by International Task Force on Resident and Specialist Education in Ophthalmology on behalf of the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO), 2006.
Link :                      http://www.icoph.org/resources/320/ICO-Residency-Curriculum.html
 Author  International Task Force on Resident and Specialist Education in Ophthalmology
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
ICA: A Framework for Allied Ophthalmic Training Programs
Description:     
This reference guide can be used to help organizations worldwide in starting an ophthalmic assisting training program, understanding the role and differences of certification, licensure and accreditation, and to provide a quick tool for reviewing curriculum and certification examination content. It also includes a sample schedule for developing classroom and clinical training.
Link :                      http://documents.jcahpo.org/documents/A_Framework_for_Allied_Ophthalmic_Training_Programs.pdf
 Author  IJCAHPO
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Medical Education
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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Human Reliability Analysis of Cataract Surgery
Description:     
In the Archives of Ophthalmology paper, "Human Reliability Analysis of Cataract Surgery," Dr. Vinod Gauba and co-authors describe the applications of the concepts of Human Reliability Analysis (used routinely in nuclear and aviation industries) to cataract surgery and introduce a validated tool for this purpose.
Link :                      http://archopht.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=420316
 Author  Vinod Gauba et al
Category                 Assessment tools
 Language English
 Competency 
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19 Aug 2021



Title
How to write a literature review
Description:     
Simple, well illustrated approach on how to write a literature review efficiently
Link :                      https://youtu.be/ouY2FH0BKkQ
 Author  Michael Paye
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Medical Education
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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How to Review a Manuscript
Description:     
The Elsevier Publishing Campus offers a free, interactive course, "How to Review a Manuscript." Useful for researchers and practicing specialists wishing enhance their competency in reviewing manuscripts.
Link :                      https://researcheracademy.elsevier.com/navigating-peer-review/becoming-peer-reviewer/review-manuscript
 Author  Elsevier Publishing Campus
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Medical Education
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
How to Recognize and Manage Femtosecond Laser Complications
Description:     
Drs. Sonia Yoo and Damien Gatinel discuss how to recognize and manage femtosecond laser complications that include opaque bubble layer, suction loss, and vertical gas breakthrough.
Link :                      https://www.aao.org/interview/how-to-recognize-manage-femtosecond-laser-complica
 Author  Sonia Yoo and Damien Gatinel
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Cataract/Anterior Segment
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
How to Diagnose Nystagmus in Children
Description:     
In this presentation, Dr. Sylvia Kodsi elucidates the differences between congenital and acquired nystagmus in children, as well as which diagnostic tests are best for each condition. For congenital nystagmus, the cause can be identified by either eye exam or electroretinogram (ERG), while acquired nystagmus requires imaging studies.
Link :                      http://www.aao.org/annual-meeting-video/how-to-diagnose-nystagmus-in-children
 Author  Sylvia Kodsi
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Pediatric Ophthalmology/Strabismus
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19 Aug 2021



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How to Cultivate High-Performance Teachers: Infographic
Description:     
Recent studies indicate that the most effective leadership style may be "servant leadership," where teachers lead by focusing on people, their needs, and aspirations––removing obstacles to their subordinates’ success. The infographic from eLearning Infographics, provides a comprehensive overview of this leadership style and how to incorporate it into your organization.
Link :                      http://elearninginfographics.com/cultivate-high-performance-teachers-infographic/
 Author  eLearning Infographics
Category                 Teaching methods
 Language English
 Competency Interpersonal and communication skills
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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How the CIGTS Has Influenced My Practice
Description:     
The Collaborative Initial Glaucoma Treatment Study (CIGTS) randomized 607 patients with open-angle glaucoma to receive initial treatment with topical medications or trabeculectomy. Fourteen clinical centers took part in the study to assess whether there was a difference in visual field outcome and quality of life depending on initial treatment. Dr. Paul Lichter discusses how interim study outcomes have influenced his practice.
Link :                      http://www.aao.org/annual-meeting-video/how-cigts-has-influenced-my-practice
 Author  Paul Lichter
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Glaucoma
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
How Do I Incorporate What I Just Heard Into My Practice?
Description:     
Summarizing recent outcomes from the CATT, IVAN, VIEW, HARBOR, and MANTA studies, Dr. Peter Kaiser explains why clinicians can interpret data from these noninferiority trials to substantiate their preference for bevacizumab, ranibizumab, or aflibercept to treat patients with neovascular AMD.
Link :                      http://www.aao.org/annual-meeting-video/how-do-i-incorporate-what-just-heard-into-my-pract
 Author  Peter K. Kaiser
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Retina/Vitreous
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19 Aug 2021