As a physician, I am always searching for the most current content I can reference quickly that will be most relevant to my practice and sub-specialties. For those that may not be familiar with it, EyeRounds.org is a content-rich site which is a service of the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. It provides access to content in a variety of forms including case reports, tutorials, videos and an online searchable atlas.

The information presented is, in many cases, useful to both trainees as well as a review for practicing ophthalmologists. One area I found fun and engaging is the series of Photo Quizzes. These eclectic collections of pictures and photos provide a quick challenge to your general ophthalmology knowledge base. 

The tutorials derive mainly from Grand Round presentations and while their usefulness to practicing ophthalmologists (vs trainees) varies, there are some excellent summaries which might be especially to community ophthalmologists who don’t have ready access to ophthalmology grand rounds in their area.

Explore the site at eyerounds.org for updated content.

I hope you find this website helpful for your practice.  

Recommended by Dr. Colin Mann 
Colin Mann, M.D.
Chair, Practice Resource Centre