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Cataract/Anterior Segment: February EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: April EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: May EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: June EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: July EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: August EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: September EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: October EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: November EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: December EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: January EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: February EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: March EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: April EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: May EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: June EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: July EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: August EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: September EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: October EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education

Cataract/Anterior Segment: November EyeWiki Update

Dear EyeWiki Editors,

In the past month, the site was viewed a total of 787,152 times. Since January 1, 2021 we have added 34 new articles. We have also collectively edited 455 articles since the start of the year out of our current 1134 articles.

Why EyeWiki Editors are Essential: In 2020 EyeWiki received 8.3 million views from all over the world and had approximately 2,100 practicing and in-training ophthalmologists contributing to articles and about 5,800 other account users. Other account may users are comprised of medical students and those in in ophthalmology or a related field who are not ophthalmologists but who may contribute to the site with the aid of a sponsoring ophthalmologist. Changes are made and new articles are added to EyeWiki on a regular basis. Your role as an Eyewiki editor is to ensure that changes are appropriate and that articles reflect the most current clinical information. That is why it is essential for all EyeWiki editors to review their assigned articles at least once every 6 months. In some cases, you may find that an article has not been changed and then you simply need to change the date to be current, the status to "Up to Date," and the reviewer name to your own.

To find your article assignments:

  • Log in and go to the My Portal link at the top of the page next to "Recent Changes"
  • This link leads directly to your section's Portal page
  • To find your own article assignments, sort by “Assigned Editor (portal member)” or use the filter
  • Review the Quick-Start Guide for Editors for helpful tips. For easy reference, this guide is also linked to each section Portal page.


When you complete an article review go to Edit with Form at the top of the article and change:

  • The date to be current
  • The status to Up to Date
  • The reviewer name to your own


Tip of the Month: How to edit and add citations

  • From an article page, go to the "Edit" tab to access the citation manager.
  • Find other great tips in the Getting Started tab


EyeWiki Contests: Two contests are currently open, please encourage residents and fellows to enter as well as international ophthalmologists you may know.


Winners 2020 Residents and Fellows Contest:


Our Top 3 Most Viewed Articles for February 2021


About the Cataract/Anterior Segment section:

The Cataract/Anterior Segment section has 0 articles that have not been assigned status (see portal). There are also 80 articles in this section that need to be updated. As editors, you are responsible for assigning status to articles and updating articles. We are asking you to access your portal and address these outstanding issues ASAP.

Thank you to the following editors who have made edits to the EyeWiki this month:

And special thanks to the following editors for adding new EyeWiki articles to the site this month: No new articles from Cataract/Anterior Segment editors during the prior month

Remember, the high priority topics for our section are: none found

If you have questions about editing EyeWiki, your role, or suggestions for the site, please contact your section lead editor, Alpa S. Patel, M.D., or the EyeWiki editors Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS and Jennifer I Lim MD.

Thank you again for your dedication to the spread of ophthalmic knowledge via EyeWiki.

Sincerely,

Cat Nguyen Burkat, MD FACS
Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer I. Lim, MD
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Dan Mummert
Director, Online Education