University of Toronto Integrates Eyesi Indirect in Residency

At the University of Toronto prospective ophthalmologists learn binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy in a four-week simulator training with Eyesi Indirect.

After the general medical/surgical resident year, all Year 2 ophthalmology residents in Canada complete the Toronto Ophthalmology Residency Introductory Course (TORIC) at the Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences at the University of Toronto. This six-week course at the end of the 1st year of the residency provides basic ophthalmic knowledge and diagnostic skills before the start of the clinical year in core ophthalmology. To teach binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy skill, this year’s curriculum for the first time offered a structured, four-week simulator training with Eyesi Indirect. After an introductory lecture all 42 residents were given individual logins to practice the diagnosis of retinal diseases based on a broad variety of relevant pathologies.

“All of the participating resident found the simulator training with the Eyesi Indirect extremely helpful”, says Dr. Wai-Ching Lam, Residency Director Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences. “Many wish that they have that in their residency so that they can continue practicing with it after the TORIC.”

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AAO 2022

American Academy of Ophthalmology 2022
Chicago, USA
Oct 01-03, 2022
McCormick Place
Booth #Booth #4362
On exhibition: Eyesi Direct, Eyesi Indirect, Eyesi Slit Lamp, Eyesi Surgical.
https://www.aao.org/annual-meeting

AAOpt 2022

American Academy of Optometry 2022
San Diego, CA, USA
Oct 26-29, 2022
San Diego
On exhibition: Eyesi Direct, Eyesi Indirect, Eyesi Slit Lamp.
https://academymeeting.org/meeting-information/