AAO - Academy’s ONE® Network Access - ICO Member Access
As a member of the Irish College of Ophthalmologists, you have free access to the Academy's Ophthalmic News & Education (ONE®) Network. The ONE Network is a comprehensive, online educational resource that brings together the most clinically relevant content, news and tools from a variety of trusted sources.
The recent updates mean that when members log on to use the ONE Network, they will be able to access a greater extent of new content, such as a library of 3,500 free clinical images, basic skills courses, master class videos and self-assessments. The upgraded facility will also find content easily and quickly using a powerful new search engine and customise a visitors learning experience with the "My ONE Network" tool. The new version also allows members to view clinical content on any mobile device.
All ICO members, including trainees, have access to the ONE Network resource by way of being a member of the College. The ICO strives to keep our members connected to the AAO and provide updates on their on-going activities. The advantages of this close alignment of our organisations is of great mutual benefit.
ICO members have personal login details but if you have any queries or have forgotten your username or password or need instructions on logging in to the ONE Network you can contact the ICO directly or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gain access to ONE Network
- ICO members will received an email from email@example.com with subject “AAO Access Instructions” to get your Access Key and follow these steps:
- Visit www.aao.org/accesskeys
- Copy, paste and submit your Access Key
- Click “Create an Account” or Log In with your AAO account
- Click ONE Network image
Returning to the ONE Network
- Visit www.aao.org/access
- Log in with your AAO account
- Click ONE Network image
If you experience difficulties, contact the ICO office 01 402 2777 / firstname.lastname@example.org
New - Add Your Listing to the ONE Network Global Directory of Training Opportunities
At AAO 2016 in Chicago, a new directory called the Global Directory of Training Opportunities was launched. It serves as a clearinghouse for what the AAO hope will be all ophthalmic training opportunities open to ophthalmologists outside of the United States. The directory was created in response to requests received from young ophthalmologists seeking information about observership and fellowship opportunities.
You can search the directory by subspecialty and region of the world. Each listing includes contact information, should you want to pursue a training opportunity and a space for public comments.
We also encourage you to list a training opportunity if your institution or practice wishes to be included in this comprehensive directory.
Visit the Recently Revised Global Ophthalmology (GO) Guide
Scan the GO Guide to access region-based care information for developing countries. Recently updated for AAO 2016, the GO Guide features: image libraries, reference charts, tables and algorithms for dozens of topics; tips on travel safety and how to get started volunteering; online CME courses; and international surgical videos.
In the Multimedia section, you will see the winning videos from the 2015 Global Video Contest, including the Grand Prize winner, "Why Suture? Glued Capsular Hook," by Dr. Soosan Jacob of India.
Access the AAO Virtual Meeting
View archived sessions from AAO 2016 in Chicago. About twenty hours of educational content will be available until 19 January 2017.
Content includes presentations from Retina and Glaucoma sub-specialty days, the Spotlight on Cataract session and symposia on Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy and Corneal Endothelial Cell Disease. You will need your Academy login and password to access the AAO Virtual Meeting.