The Hong Kong Journal of Ophthalmology is the official publication of the College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong. The aims of the Journal are to promote academic developments in ophthalmology, and to maintain continuing ophthalmological education of doctors of this specialty and other related disciplines. It is hoped that through achieving these aims, the quality of eyecare we offer to our patients can be lifted to new heights. The Journal will consider any submissions that fulfill these aims for publication.
The Journal accepts high-quality submissions in the following categories: Original Article, Review, Perspective, Case Report, Photo Essay, Clinical Quiz, or Letter to the Editor. Editorials are by invitation only.
The Journal is circulated to all members of the College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong and other professional societies and academic institutions in Hong Kong and internationally.
The Hong Kong Journal of Ophthalmology is published twice yearly by Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Press.
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Open Access Policy
The Hong Kong Journal of Ophthalmology is fully Open Access.
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The Hong Kong Journal of Ophthalmology is self-archived.
The Hong Kong Journal of Ophthalmology is fully funded by the College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong.
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