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Ophthalmology - OPTH 541

Prerequisites:

Internal Medicine and Surgery Clerkships

Location:

University of Maryland

Description and Goals:

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basics of the ocular examination and the management of common ophthalmic problems through intensive participation in all aspects of the resident outpatient clinic and specialty clinics, including UMAB and VA clinics. The student also gets to interact via the consult service with Ophthalmic problems associated with other specialties. The experience can be textured to students specific needs or interests. Time is also available to observe a variety of ocular surgical procedures and to learn the general practice of ophthalmology. Students are expected to attend Grand Rounds and all other regularly scheduled conferences and lectures. Student evaluation is based on a written examination, clinic performance, and, for those interested in obtaining a grade of honors, a presentation and case discussion in Grand Rounds.

Number of Students:

2

Time of Year Available:

Academic weeks 1-48

Hours:

Monday through Friday - Yes
Evenings - No
Weekends - No
Call - No

Faculty Responsible:

Steven Bernstein, M.D.
(410) 706-3712
slbernst@umaryland.edu  

Administrative Contact:

Chinneta Pettaway-Willis
(410) 328-5929
(410) 328-1178 fax
cpettaway@fpi.umaryland.edu  

 

Last Revision: April 11, 2013