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Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology (MEAJO) is peer-reviewed publication of the Middle East African Council of Ophthalmology (MEACO). MEACO organizes and sponsors a biannual congress that covers all ophthalmology topics, publishes the Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology, which includes publication of original research of interest to ophthalmologists in the Middle East & Africa that describe clinical investigations, observations, and relevant laboratory investigations, and provide readers with high quality educational review articles from world-renown experts. More than 3000 copies of the journal are distributed free of cost to deserving ophthalmologists in the Middle East-African regions more...

 
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  April-June 2014 | Vol 21 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Teaching does not equal learning: The need for more effective education
Karl C Golnik
Ophthalmic educators are rarely taught how to teach. Yet we are responsible for future ophthalmic professionals and indeed improvement in eye care. The International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) is ...
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Ophthalmic Education Update
Structured curricula and curriculum development in ophthalmology residency
Andrew G Lee, Ying Chen
There has been a shift in graduate medical education (GME) from the traditional "apprenticeship" model to a more curriculum-based and competency driven model. Reflecting a global trend towards residen...
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Ophthalmic Education Update
Assessment principles and tools
Karl C Golnik
The goal of ophthalmology residency training is to produce competent ophthalmologists. Competence can only be determined by appropriately assessing resident performance. There are accepted guiding pri...
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