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John Hinkle, MD

John Hinkle is an ophthalmologist with fellowship training and interest in global ophthalmology as well as vitreoretinal surgery.

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Resources
Which Is The Best Ophthalmology Residency For You?
Eyecare October 1st, 2020
Which Is The Best Ophthalmology Residency For You?

Choosing your ophthalmology residency is a big decision; after all, with over 100 programs to choose from, you have to narrow it down somehow. Use our dynamic tool to kickstart your research process!

Resume vs. Curriculum Vitae: Which Should Ophthalmologists Use? With Downloadable CV Template
Eyecare September 24th, 2020
Resume vs. Curriculum Vitae: Which Should Ophthalmologists Use? With Downloadable CV Template

As an ophthalmologist, it's important to have at least two documents that showcase your experience and achievements—a resume and a CV. This article walks you through tips and use cases for each, and you get a free CV template!

Ordering Labs For Uveitis: Downloadable Cheat Sheet
Eyecare June 25th, 2020
Ordering Labs For Uveitis: Downloadable Cheat Sheet

So your patient has recurrent, unresponsive, bilateral or granulomatous uveitis. What's next? Here's your quick guide to labs and indications.

Learning to Be A Surgeon: Tips for Ophthalmology Residents
Eyecare June 12th, 2020
Learning to Be A Surgeon: Tips for Ophthalmology Residents

The secret to becoming a surgeon is that there isn't a secret: surgery isn't just hand-eye coordination, but focus, care, and hard work. Here are four tips for residents looking to improve their surgical practice.