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New ICO Residency Curriculum

This newly updated ICO Residency Curriculum offers an international consensus on what residents in ophthalmology should be taught. While the ICO curriculum provides a standardized content outline for ophthalmic training, it has been designed to be revised and modified, with the precise local detail for implementation left to the region’s educators.

The ICO’s goal is for this curriculum to be of enduring value for widely different regions regardless of nationality, culture, medical market maturity or socioeconomic status.

The curriculum is available for download in MS Word, PDF and Google Document formats. Feedback for future revisions is also welcome at icocurriculum.blogspot.com

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ICO Residency Curriculum: Cataract and Lens Section in Spanish

The Cataract and Lens Section from the ICO Residency Curriculum, 2nd edition has been translated into Spanish.  Appreciation is extended to Dr. Gabriela Palis for the translation.

The curriculum offers an international consensus on what residents in ophthalmology should be taught. While the ICO curriculum provides a standardized content outline for ophthalmic training, it has been designed to be revised and modified, with the precise local detail for implementation left to the region’s educators.

The Cataract and Lens Section in Spanish is available for download in MS Word, PDF and Google Document formats. Feedback for future revisions is also welcome at icocurriculum.blogspot.com

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ICO Residency Curriculum: Cataract and Lens Section in French

The Cataract and Lens Section of the ICO Residency Curriculum, 2nd edition has been translated into French.  Appreciation is extended to Dr. Jean-Jacques DeLaey for the translation.

The curriculum offers an international consensus on what residents in ophthalmology should be taught. While the ICO curriculum provides a standardized content outline for ophthalmic training, it has been designed to be revised and modified, with the precise local detail for implementation left to the region’s educators.

The Cataract and Lens Section in French is available for download in MS Word, PDF and Google Document formats. Feedback for future revisions is also welcome at icocurriculum.blogspot.com

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ICO Residency Curriculum, 2nd Edition in Chinese

The ICO Residency Curriculum, 2nd edition has been translated into Chinese.  Appreciation is extended to Dr. Li Xiaoxin for coordinating the translation.

The curriculum offers an international consensus on what residents in ophthalmology should be taught. While the ICO curriculum provides a standardized content outline for ophthalmic training, it has been designed to be revised and modified, with the precise local detail for implementation left to the region’s educators.

The curriculum in Chinese is available for download in PDF format. Feedback for future revisions is also welcome at icocurriculum.blogspot.com

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ICO Cornea, External Diseases, and Refractive Surgery​​ Subspecialty Curriculum​

The ICO Subspecialty Curriculum for Training in Cornea, External Diseases, and Refractive Surgery​​ endeavors to present an international consensus on what ophthalmologic subspecialists in training should be taught. It has been designed to be adapted and modified to meet local and regional needs, with precise detail for the implementing educators to determine.

The ICO intends for the curriculum to be of value for widely different regions regardless of nationality, culture, medical market maturity or socioeconomic status. Feedback can be submitted in the comments section at icocurriculum.blogspot.com for consideration during future revisions or updates.

Please select the download link below to access the Curriculum in MS Word, PDF, and Google Document formats.

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​ICO Neuro-Ophthalmology​​ Subspecialty Curriculum​

The ICO Subspecialty Curriculum for Training in Neuro-Ophthalmology endeavors to present an international consensus on what ophthalmologic subspecialists in training should be taught. It has been designed to be adapted and modified to meet local and regional needs, with precise detail for the implementing educators to determine.

The ICO intends for the curriculum to be of value for widely different regions regardless of nationality, culture, medical market maturity or socioeconomic status. Feedback can be submitted in the comments section at icocurriculum.blogspot.com for consideration during future revisions or updates.

Please select the download link below to access the Curriculum in MS Word, PDF, and Google Document formats

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