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Graduate Training in Ophthalmology.—The University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine is offering a postgraduate course in ophthalmology extending over three years. The first year, on a fellowship, the value of which is approximately $1400, the student spends in one of the basic sciences of ophthalmology, and the second and third years are spent in the intern service of one or more of the university teaching hospitals. Approximately four hours a week of didactic teaching are arranged for the students by members of the staff. On Saturday mornings staff ward rounds are made at the Toronto General Hospital and are attended by the interns from the other teaching hospitals. A sound knowledge of neurology and metabolic diseases is desirable. The fee for instruction is $50 a year, payable to the chief accountant, University of Toronto. An application for appointment may be made to the Professor of Ophthalmology, University
Benedict WL. News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1949;42(3):336–338. doi:10.1001/archopht.1949.00900050342008
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