International Ophthalmologists

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Contribute to EyeWiki by midnight (U.S. Pacific time) June 1, 2019 for a chance to win Academy online products!

If you are an ophthalmologist (including residents and fellows in training) outside of the United States, the American Academy of Ophthalmology invites you to contribute to EyeWiki and compete for one of four annual prizes. Winners can choose either the Academy’s Basic and Clinical Science (BCSC) Complete Set eBook series or a two-year subscription to Focal Points Digital.

To be considered for the contest, you must be the primary author of your article, it must be wholly original work and must be added to EyeWiki between June 2, 2018 and 11:59 p.m. (U.S. Pacific time) June 1, 2019. Only the primary author of the article, who submits it for consideration in the contest, will be considered for a possible award. You may submit multiple articles, in one or more categories.

Simply write and submit an original, high-quality EyeWiki article before June 2, 2019, and then add your entry to the the discussion page or enter using the contest submission button when you create your page. Entries can be made in any of the following four areas:

  • Cataract/Refractive Surgery/Cornea/Anterior Segment
  • Retina/Vitreous/Uveitis/Oncology/Pathology
  • Glaucoma/Neuro‐Ophthalmology
  • Pediatrics/Strabismus/Oculoplastics/Orbit

Grand Rounds presentations and other non-categorizable content are not eligible.

All submissions will be reviewed by the EyeWiki editorial board and judged based on their accuracy, relevancy, and depth of coverage. Current entries are listed at the list of current entries.

Example article: Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy.

Questions? E-mail to .

Note: If you have already added an article to EyeWiki and would like it considered for this competition, please add your name to the discussion page , available also through the Discussion tab (above).