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A tool made for

all future physicians

The transition to clinical practice (TCP) ophthalmology curriculum is a one week course during your second year of undergraduate medical education. The goal is to provide adequate exposure to common ocular pathologies and also to teach you practical exam skills.

Since ophthalmology depends heavily on visual cues, this online platform has been built to provide numerous visual and multimodal resources to help you recognize various ophthalmic presentations. You will also find online videos to facilitate your clinical skills acquisition and quizzes to test your knowledge. We also include a database that contains key references for your TCP rotation or any other clinical setting!

We hope that these resources will be useful for every student regardless if you decide to do Ophthalmology, Neurology, Emergency or Family medicine.

-TCP Ophthalmology platform team



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Clinical and practical questions for your use


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