Ophthalmology24 is an informational website and blog for patients,
ophthalmology specialists, and ophthalmology residents.
How it started...
Due to the unfortunate situation with Ukraine in early 2022, our initial mission was focused solely on helping eye health professionals from Ukraine relocate to Europe. We were slowly building a network of eye doctors willing to help other ophthalmologists and ophthalmology residents in this desperate time of need by offering temporary or long-term accommodation and/or transport.
The project was later picked up by the European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE), who reached out to us to join forces in this mission. If you are a person who seeks help or someone who can offer it, feel free to send us a message or contact SOE on their website. Follow the link to find out more about how you can help Ukrainian refugee ophthalmologists.
With time, the scope of the project has vastly expanded. Right now, our extended mission is to provide clear and comprehensive information about vision, eye care, innovative treatments, upcoming medical events, and resident education by covering a wide spectrum of ophthalmology-related topics. We are focusing our efforts on both patients and medical professionals in the field.
It does not matter if you are an ophthalmologist, optometrist, medical student, resident, patient, or just a genuinely curious person that cares about their vision and long-term well-being. We have something for everyone. In our ophthalmology blog, you will find reliable eyecare resources and articles backed up by research, observation, scientific facts and statistics, and written by our internal team as well as established guest-writer ophthalmologists and ophthalmology residents from all across the globe.
We support all kinds of professional advancement for ophthalmology residents and specialists. By providing access to resources, we strive to empower ophthalmology professionals to reach their full career potential.
Our online resources include educational materials, research articles, and access to exclusive content, theoretical and practical medical courses, and events.
We believe that these types of ophthalmology-related educational content will aid ophthalmologists to stay well-informed about innovations in the field. And help them develop the skills they need for success.
We provide patients with relevant information about their and their children's eye health. Ophthalmology24 advice is always evidence-based and gives sound guidance for preserving vision.
Our commitment is to help patients understand how to protect their vision and prevent various eye diseases. The goal is to empower as many people as possible to make more informed eye care and eye health decisions.
We urge that you do not self-diagnose with our informational content and always consult an ophthalmology specialist if you have any eye problems or health concerns.
Medical Fact-Check by Eye Doctors
All eye health content on our website is thoroughly fact-checked by experienced ophthalmology professionals in the eye care field, so you can trust our materials to be accurate and comprehensive.
We also keep our professional and patient resources updated with the latest medical research and technology. By doing that, we ensure you are getting the most relevant eye care information available.
Our commitment to quality and accuracy makes Ophthalmology24 the perfect online medical hub to find some clarity on the most pressing eye health questions before or after your mandatory visit to an eye doctor.
Official Ophthalmology Sources
The Ophthalmology24 articles are not only carefully reviewed by eye doctors but are also backed up by internationally recognized medical research in the ophthalmology field.
We source our articles' information only from official and published eye health research that has been both peer-reviewed and approved by the ophthalmic medical community.
This ensures the data and eye care facts we share are reliable and accurate. We also include links to the original ophthalmology sources, so readers can verify the information for themselves.
Meet The Team
We are a small but fierce team that is dedicated to making eye health resources more accessible to the general public.