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Global landscape of ophthalmology medical education—the past, present, and future

      Ophthalmic medical education extends from medical school through the ophthalmologist’s career. Globally, there is significant variability in how this is accomplished. However, with the increasing mobility of both doctors and patients, there is need for better standardization of ophthalmic education. Additionally, there is a need to develop methods to assure competent ophthalmic care.
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