Helping Ophthalmology Residents Fall in Love
How the residency program at Wills Eye instils competence, confidence – and a life-long passion for the field
Tara A. Uhler, Laura J. Heinmiller, John Cropsey | | Longer Read
Whatever students and residents might think on the road to becoming an ophthalmologist, medical school and residency do not last long. As Director of the Ophthalmology Residency Program at Wills Eye, I have the privilege of working with people in just a snapshot of their time across the whole medical educational spectrum – from undergraduate medical education (UME), through graduate medical education (GME), to continuing medical education (CME). For residents, training is just the beginning of the next step of their journey.
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