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    How has ophthalmology changed in 2016?

     

    "Where do you think the ophthalmic community will stand a year from now?"

    “The number of brilliant, incredibly qualified medical students seeking ophthalmology residencies in the United States today far exceeds the number of available training slots," Dr. McDonnell said in late 2015. "This allows us to be extremely selective. So we have a pipeline of the best and brightest pursuing careers in our specialty, and this obviously augurs well for the continued vibrancy and success of our field.”

    Josh Mali, MD, an OT blogger, explained the top 5 things interviewers look for in residency candidates, and the top 5 things candidates should look for in a residency.

     

    Jolie Higazi
    Jolie is the Content Specialist for Ophthalmology Times. She can be reached at jolie.higazi@advanstar.com.

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