Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology

The Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology is the official journal of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society and is committed to timely publication of original, peer-reviewed ophthalmology and vision science articles.

October 2019 Issue Highlights

The October 2019 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online. What’s in the October issue? Resident Perspectives: This month, our stellar team of residents have summarized 6 articles from the issue, with a focus on...

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What’s new at the CJO?

The Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of two new article types: Research Letters: New or preliminary research findings, early reports of therapeutic trials in a cohort of patients, and survey research. Photo...

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Excerpt from the Editor-in-Chief’s Year in Review

My first year as Editor-in-Chief for the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) has been an exciting and inspiring journey. With a keen focus on further improving key metrics for the journal and implementing new initiatives to raise the profile of...

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August 2019 Issue Highlights

The August 2019 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online.  What’s in the August issue? Resident Perspectives: This month, our stellar team of residents have summarized 5 articles from the issue, with a focus on...

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Survey of reported eye injuries from handheld laser devices in Canada

Read the full article through the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology website: Full Article AuthorsSami S. Qutob, Katya P. Feder, Michelle O’Brien, Leonora Marro, James P. McNamee, David S. Michaud Abstract Background Unprotected exposure to handheld lasers can cause temporary or...

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CJO June 2019 – Highlights

For the June 2019 issue, the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is pleased to unveil two new features: the Resident Perspectives digest and a visual abstract.  Resident Perspectives will highlight 4–6 articles from each issue with summaries written by members...

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Resources

CMA Policy on Physician Health

This policy provides a series of broad, aspirational recommendations to...

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National retinoblastoma strategy: Canadian guidelines for care (2009)

National retinoblastoma strategy: Canadian guidelines for care (December 2009) These...

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Orthokeratology & myopia (2007)

Position Statement (February 2007) The Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) does...

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