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NANOS Illustrated Curriculum (IC)
Member-Only Version and Stat!Ref License Version
Created by NANOS Committees and Members
The 2020 update to the NANOS neuro-ophthalmology curriculum1 includes revisions to all sections of the curriculum previously written in 2006. The goal of the curriculum is to provide a framework that defines the scope of work expected of a practicing neuro-ophthalmologist. It is expected that this curriculum will provide a framework for development and/or revision of existing curricula for medical students and residents (specifically, neurology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, and neurosurgery).
The NANOS Illustrated Curriculum links to learning resources in the NOVEL Collections. In order to share this curriculum with your colleagues, fellows, resident and students, you must license the Teton Data Systems STAT!Ref version. Usually, this is done through your academic health sciences library.
This NANOS product was created by:
Curriculum Committee (Chair: Sachin Kedar)
NOVEL Committee (Chair: Kathleen Digre)
NOVEL Editorial Board (Chair: Tariq Bhatti)
The curriculum is weighted with the following levels:
NANOS Illustrated Curriculum (IC) Member-Only Version
The NANOS IC (member login required) is updated quarterly and can be viewed by members only HERE (login is required).
NANOS Products on StatRef!
Walsh & Hoyt’s Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology 6th Ed. (Included with NANOS IC product)
Ask your academic library to add NANOS Illustrated Curriculum and NOTE to their library’s STAT!Ref subscription.
Contact Teton Data Systems: www.tetondata.com, 800-901-5494
The “What’s New” section in the IC displays the past 6 months of updates, making it easy to find new learning materials.
The topics in the IC are now linked to three ebook titles by NANOS Authors:
If your institution subscribes to the NANOS IC and these 3 titles in Stat!Ref, they are all digitally interlinked, making a “one stop shop” for neuro-ophthalmology information.
NOVEL (Neuro-Ophthalmology Virtual Education Library) is a discipline-specific, open access repository of digital materials (images, video, lectures, articles and animations), to be used for educational and research purposes by health care professionals, educators, patients, and students. NOVEL Neuro-Ophthalmology Curricula can be viewed by members only HERE (login is required).
To visit the NOVEL official website, please click here.
To view the NOVEL collections, please click here.
Interested in submitting your resources to NOVEL? Please click here to view the NOVEL Submissions Guidelines.
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