Fernando José Macouzet-Romero and Virgilio Lima-Gómez*
Retina Department, Sala Uno Ophthalmology Clinic, Mexico
*Corresponding Author: Virgilio Lima-Gómez, Retina Department, Sala Uno Ophthalmology Clinic, Mexico.
Received: September 24, 2021; Published: February 01, 2022
A goal of the Ophthalmology residency is to develop research, but few specialists perform this activity during their professional practice. One of the reasons is that the training of the specialist seeks to get clinical-surgical skills and uses research as a tool to improve them. In residency programs that require a thesis to obtain the degree of specialist, the deadlines needed to graduate may sometimes interrupt project; this prevents completing the studies and the resources invested in them are lost, which generates frustration both in the student and in the educational institution.
Citation: Fernando José Macouzet-Romero and Virgilio Lima-Gómez. “Tips to Increase Knowledge Generation Through Research, During the Ophthalmology Residency".Acta Scientific Ophthalmology 5.3 (2022): 01-02.
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