Eye Notes Is Live!
25 Jan 2022
Hello! Thanks for visiting Eye Notes and checking out our blog. We've put a lot of hard work into the site over the past few months and are really excited to have it live for everyone to start using.
This blog will be a space for us to keep you up to date with product improvements and note revisions, as well as other new content that'll you hopefully find interesting.
I'm writing this post to give you an idea of who we are and why we've created Eye Notes, as well as what you can expect from us over the coming months and years.
What Is Eye Notes?
We have created Eye Notes to be the future of FRCOphth exam preparation. It has been built by two friends, Kim Ah-See and David Hale, who met while studying at the University of Edinburgh. You can read about us on our About page (https://eye-notes.com/about).
When Kim was sitting his FRCOphth exams, it was obvious that the study resources available were outdated. Buying multiple textbooks that are not being updated (and in some cases out of print!) wouldn't necessarily be everyones first choice method for exam revision, but until now there simply hasn't been an alternative.
Eye Notes is bringing everything you need to one place. Using our online platform you can study wherever and whenever you need to. We will always be working hard to make sure the content is current and of an excellent standard to give you the best use of your study time.
We're really excited to offer our first product - FRCOphth Part 1 Study Notes (https://eye-notes.com/study-notes/frcophth-part-one/intro). This contains all the clinical knowledge you will need for the exam in a condensed format so you don't need to filter through the noise in bulky textbooks.
All upgrades to our products are available for free, and we have an Optics Image Library on the way for Part 1 which we are really excited about.
We have loads planned for Eye Notes.
We're working hard on releasing Optics in the coming weeks, as well as FRCOphth Part 2 Study Notes in the next few months.
We're also creating a Specialty Training Application Guide to help those who need guidance on how to break into a career in ophthalmology.
As well as new content, we're thinking up new ways to help you learn everything you need. We're really excited to show you what we're working on, so watch this space!