T502 Clinical Ophthalmology (Montefiore Medical Center - Moses Campus)
Students participate in the daily activities of the Ophthalmology Clinic and attend the regularly scheduled conferences of the department. Students observe major and minor surgical procedures in the Moses, Wakefield, and Westchester Square operating rooms and minor procedure rooms. Students also participate in a case conference with the instructor and give a formal case presentation to the department. Students are welcome to get involved in ongoing research projects in the department if they are interested.
Measurable learning objectives of elective:
- To become facile with the basic eye exam
- To learn how to use the direct ophthalmoscope
- To understand how systemic disease affects the eye
- To gain exposure to the field of ophthalmology as a career
Method of student feedback and evaluation: Students participate in case conferences with immediate feedback from the preceptor.
Jamie Rosenberg, MD
Administrative support: Margaret Kealy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 718-920-7646
Modules: All except 1B
Maximum: 6+ Einstein students for block 1A (please contact us if limit is reached). No visiting students in block 1A. For all other blocks, 4 students maximum.
Students must contact Margaret Kealy for meeting time and location 2 weeks prior to the start date.