Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology

Posted On 2019-10-11 10:07:04

This focused issue on “Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology” is edited by Ana Gabriela Palis, Department of Ophthalmology, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Jorge E. Valdez-García, Ophthalmology and Visual Science Institute, School of Medicine and Health Science, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.

This new focused issue of Annals of Eye Science is dedicated to the science through which the knowledge, skills and values of medicine are conveyed through generations: the science of Medical Education. We selected a variety of topics of interest for teachers and trainees in different stages of training; topics related to knowledge, clinical and surgical teaching, and the acquisition of professional values.

Editorial on Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology
Trends and Topics on the Science of Ophthalmic Education
Ana Gabriela Palis, Jorge E. Valdez-García

Review Article on Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology
Improving presentation effectiveness
Eduardo Mayorga

Teaching through Social Media
Helena Prior Filipe, Heather Gwen Mack

Editorial Commentary on Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology
Teaching Evidence-Based Ophthalmology (EBO)
Joaquín Fernández, Noemi Burguera-Gimenez

Review Article on Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology
Clinical evaluation exercises and direct observation of surgical skills in ophthalmology
Karl C. Golnik

Ophthalmic surgery teaching
Timothy V. Roberts, Adam J. H. Plant, Chris Hodge

Virtual reality in residents training
Mildred Vanessa López Cabrera, Jorge Eugenio Valdez García

Developing Leadership Skills in Young Ophthalmologists
Catherine Green, Alp Atik, Margaret Hay

Faculty development for teaching and assessing residents’ professionalism
Ana Gabriela Palis, Moira Raquela Altszul

The series “Modern Teaching Techniques in Ophthalmology” was commissioned by the editorial office, Annals of Eye Science without any sponsorship or funding. Ana Gabriela Palis and Jorge E. Valdez-García served as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.