Ophthalmic Technology

Would you like to help a person in his vision related issues? But you are afraid to study for the MBBS study! But still like science and biology and want to find a career in this field?
Don't worry Being an Ophthalmic Technician is the perfect fix for your needs.

About:

Ophthalmic medical technicians—also known as allied ophthalmic personnel—work with an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to provide patient care by performing eye-related clinical tasks such as: Instructing patients about medications, tests and procedures. Performing vision and diagnostic tests.

Top Qualities:

- Positive Attitude
- Patience
- Problem Solver
- Great History Taker
- Curiosity
- Efficient Workups
- Good Judgement
- Professional Behaviour

Top Jobs and Careers:

- Ophthalmologist
- Ophthalmology Surgeon
- Professor/Lecturer
- ENT Specialist
- Clinical Assistant
- Medical Consultant

Career Ladder:

- 10th Any Board > 12th Science (Biology) (Math is optional) > BSc Ophthalmic Technology
- 10th Any Board > 12th Science (Biology) (Math is optional) > Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology

Top Courses:

- Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistance / Technology
- BSc in Ophthalmic Technology
- MSc in Ophthalmic Technology
- PhD in Ophthalmic Technology

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