Atlas of Ophthalmology
The Atlas of Ophthalmology is a pictorial documentation of eye disease. Presently the Atlas contains about 3000 pictures. In its "Vision for the Future" the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) has made education and training of students, residents and specialists as well as other healthcare personnel all over the world one of its main goals. The Atlas is part of this effort.
EyeRounds Online Atlas of Ophthalmology
This ophthalmic atlas is open to the public, and we encourage other physicians and universities to upload to it. If you are an academic program and would like to partner with the University of Iowa to develop one of the largest online ophthalmic atlases, then please contact Andrew Doan, MD, PhD.
Health Education Assets Library: HEAL
The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a digital library that provides freely accessible digital teaching resources of the highest quality that meet the needs of today's health sciences educators and learners.
Kuwait Neuro-ophthalmology Symposium
You can now watch or listen to the talks of Kuwait Neuro-ophthalmology Symposium which was held in Kuwait City with the participation of Peter Savino, Pam Chavis, Jason Barton, Andrew Lee and Micheal Siatkowski. The symposium was held from 9-11, 2010. You can by visit the site for more info or at this direct link for the audio/video files by clicking the link above. All the files are free for viewing of download.
NeuroLogic Exam has been supported by a grant from the Slice of Life Development Fund at the University of Utah, the Department of Pediatrics and the Office of Education at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Pediatric Neurologic Exam
PediNeuroLogic Exam has been supported by a grant from the Slice of Life Development Fund at the University of Utah, the Department of Pediatrics and the Office of Education at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
This website is a free, electronic atlas of eye disorders designed to help Ophthalmologists and Optometrists-in-training learn to identify eye diseases through pattern recognition. The atlas is currently being hosted through the generosity of the Doheny Eye Institute at the University of Southern California/Keck School of Medicine.
Slice of Life
Since 1986, the Slice of Life Project has served as a nonprofit, cooperative venture creating and sharing educational materials using computers, multimedia, and new media in health care, health sciences, and medical education.
The purpose of VisionSimulations.com is to help individuals with normal vision understand the visual aberrations that accompany eye injury, various eye diseases and conditions (e.g. Floaters, Keratoconus, and Visual Snow), and the complications of refractive surgery (i.e., LASIK, LASEK, PRK).