It is with great pleasure that I congratulate the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. The discipline of ophthalmology is a rapidly evolving and ever-changing one. The advances in knowledge, testing, diagnosis, and treatment of ocular diseases and conditions have been dramatic and are, if anything, accelerating in recent years. The cornerstone of advancement in our field, as in all of medicine, is high-quality, peer-reviewed scientific inquiry. The CJO has been providing the Canadian and international ophthalmology community with access to just that for 50 years. While the knowledge and science base for our practice has been continually changing, so too has the need for Canadian ophthalmologists to continually update their practices through continuing professional development (CPD) activities.
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