MyJO is extending the deadline for the APOTS Special Issue call for papers until Thursday, Dec. 1.
Malaysian Journal of Ophthalmology (MyJO) invites submissions to the special issue on ophthalmic trauma guest edited by the Asia-Pacific Ophthalmic Trauma Society (APOTS). Ophthalmic trauma is a preventable cause of blindness, and yet remains a significant disabling health problem that affects all age groups. This special issue is dedicated to improve the understanding and management of ophthalmic trauma, which indirectly contribute to developing preventive strategies for blindness related to trauma. MyJO extends a special invitation to authors who have presented at the 11th Conjoint Ophthalmology Scientific Conference (COSC)-Asia Pacific Ophthalmic Trauma 2022 on 17-18 September 2022 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Authors whose abstracts have been published in the MyJO supplementary COSC-APOTS issue may submit their full articles to MyJO (published abstracts are not considered full-length articles). The call for papers is exclusively for original articles, review articles, and case series.
Considering the worlwide impact of COVID-19 on ophthalmological practice, MyJO is offering to fast-track articles on the subject. You may send your submissions by clicking here. Please stay safe!
The Malaysian Journal of Ophthalmology (MyJO) has just been established, and is still in the setup stages. MyJO aims to provide a platform for ophthalmologists, clinicians, researchers, trainees, students, optometrists, and eye care providers to publish their work and to promote knowledge enhancement among ophthalmologists and eye care providers in Malaysia.