Nathaniel R Moxon, Anju Goyal, JoAnn A Giaconi, Jamie B Rosenberg, Emily B Graubart, Evan L Waxman, Daniel Knoch, Susan H Forster, Privthi S Sankar, Rukhsana G Mirza
This review was authored by many members of the AUPO Medical Student Educators to provide a continued assessment of ophthalmic medical student education. The report detailed findings of a 2018 survey of medical student educators. Findings included:
Shaunak K Bakshi, Allen C Ho, James Chodosh, Adrian T Fung, R V Paul Chan, and Daniel Shu Wei Ting
An editorial detailing the worldwide impact on ophthalmic education at all levels. The discussion reviews changes in clinical experiences, the use of virtual conferencing and education and future challenges.
Purpose of review: The purpose of this review is to describe the transition of ophthalmology education to a virtual curriculum during the COVID-19 pandemic. We highlight innovative solutions ophthalmic educators implemented for medical students, residents, and fellows.
McDade, William MD, PhD; Vela, Monica B. MD; Sánchez, J.P. MD, MPH
Three-digit United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 scores have assumed an outsized role in residency selection decisions, creating intense pressure for medical students to obtain a high score on this exam. In February 2020, the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners announced that Step 1 would transition to pass/fail scoring beginning in 2022.
Duong AT, Van Tassel SH, Alzaga Fernandez AG, Amin A, Chadha N, Dagi Glass LR, Dersu I, Goyal A, Graubart EB, Elkin ZP, Kelly L, Kemp PS, Knoch DW, Regina M, Rosenbaum PS, Rosenberg JB, Sankar PS, Sun G.