Career Opportunities in Ophthalmology in Canada
Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Ophthalmology.
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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Ophthalmology Graduates
Most people with an ophthalmology degree go on to work in a variety of clinical settings, such as in relevant departments of large hospitals or community clinics. Eye surgeons work to restore vision to trauma victims in the emergency department and remove cancerous tumors. Routine surgery includes removal of cataracts, laser eye surgery, and glaucoma surgery. Eye surgeons also work in conjunction with plastic surgeons to repair the diseased or traumatized orbits.
Non-clinical employment is also available through teaching in an academic setting, either in a university, hospital, or research center.
Study and Work in Ophthalmology in Canada
Study Ophthalmology in Canada
What is Ophthalmology? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Ophthalmology degrees.
Graduate Ophthalmology Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Ophthalmology.
What Ophthalmology Students Learn
Topics and concepts that are covered and the overall approach or focus taken in studying Ophthalmology.
Research in Ophthalmology
Research areas, topics, interests and projects in Ophthalmology.