An anterior segment surgeon recounts his experience working as an associate at a private equity owned practice.
Donovan S. Reed, MD, Capt, USAF, MC is the top performer on OphthoQuestions for the 2019-20 academic year. He gives advice on how you might replicate his performance on your board exams this upcoming year.
During this Part 1 of 2 series, a ghost writer talks about why he sold his Ophthalmology practice to private equity and why you might want to as well.
Coleen Palileo, MD muses about the special significance of the Year 2020 for Ophthalmologists and how COVID19 changed everything.
Our 3rd place winner is Danielle Sarlo, DO who is a 3rd year Ophthalmology resident in Michigan. She recounts her experiences managing COVID19 ICU patients.
This is our 2nd place winner of our first ever essay writing contest! Dr. Ethan Sobol recounts his experience as a 2nd year Ophthalmology resident in NYC.
Rupak Bhuyan, MD is the winner of our first ever essay-writing contest! Dr. Bhuyan reflects about his personal experiences as a 1st-year Ophthalmology resident in New York City during the COVID19 pandemic.
In this great post, Michael Relvas CFP® details what you should be thinking about when choosing a disability insurance policy.
In this guest post, the financial guru / eye docs over at "Solo Building Blogs" provide some interesting info about how much you might accumulate during your career as an Ophthalmologist.
Ryan Wise, M.D. shares his study tips on how to completely dominate the OKAPs and the ABO's Written Qualifying Exam. He turned out the #1 performance among all those using OphthoQuestions during 2018-19!
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A candidate, who passed the October 2018 ABO Oral Exam, gives her high-yield advice on succeeding on this test.
A guest writer shares his experience with failing the oral boards during his first go-around and how he passed it.
"Morpheus" relays his experience in a poor employment situation and how to avoid making that same mistake when searching for your job.
Elizabeth Pinney, MD discusses why pursuing a career with Kaiser Permanente was the right fit for her.
One of our colleagues explains why leaving Kaiser Permanente was the right career move for her.
Ophthalmology solo practice guru, Dr. Howie Chen, gives you his financial expertise about what you should do with your initial savings.
Our guest, "Morpheus", relays some practical information that he wishes he learned much, much earlier.
Charlotte Gore, M.D. gives the in's and out's of what sparked her interest in Pediatric Ophthalmology and gives pearls on finding the best-fit Peds fellowship
This post is written by vitreoretinal specialist, Adam Gerstenblith, and highlights various factors that should be considered by candidates pursuing a career in Retina.