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Editorial
August 2001

A Blind Spot in the Training of Non–English-Speaking Foreign Fellows

Arch Ophthalmol. 2001;119(8):1202-1203. doi:10.1001/archopht.119.8.1202

PREMIER ACADEMIC centers in the United States are used to the frequent comings and goings of foreign fellows in the laboratories and in the clinics. The desire of foreign physicians to study in American medical institutions is strong, with no lack of candidates from all parts of the world. However, the training for such research or clinical positions is largely unregulated with regard to the specific duties of the fellow and the specific obligations of the fellowship advisor.

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