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Ophthalmology / strabismus fellows participate daily in inpatient and outpatient care, as well as surgical rounds with attending staff and residents. The majority of teaching takes place during patient care and is supplemented by regularly scheduled didactic lectures. Fellows take call nightly and are directly supervised by attending staff.
The pediatric ophthalmology fellows organize and participate in several conferences and meetings throughout the year:
We encourage fellows to participate in clinical research, and our faculty makes resources available for projects and presentation of research at national meetings.
Fellows have the opportunity to participate in existing research in focus areas including:
Fellows also have the opportunity to take part in investigative research and collaborate with the Pediatric Eye Disorder Investigator Group.
Our program reserves dedicated research time for fellows to pursue their interests. Fellows are also encouraged to apply for the American Association of Ophthalmology and American Association of Ophthalmology and Strabismus Ambassador Program to attend a mid-year research forum.
Taking evening call is optional for the pediatric ophthalmology fellow. Approximately 1 in 3 weekends, the fellow will assist in seeing those patients who need weekend follow-up. This is typically a small number of patients.
All ophthalmology / strabismus fellows are reviewed via written evaluation during fellowship training. Evaluations will be completed by the education director and faculty at Cincinnati Children’s.
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