Archive for September, 2010

Tutorial 10: announce your events for free

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

No one should be alone: getoct.com offers you to announce your event for free. It should be of a an event in the field of ophthalmology, photography or film. The data are checked first by an administrator before they are released.

Tutorial 9: check my profile as a “gocter” (=getoct user)

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

At getoct.com all users (called “gocters”) are moving (“gocting”) under a nickname. Each user decides himself what he reveals. After the first login, it is mandatory to check first the profile (login> members> my profile).
Important is to upload a photo into the profile. One can accept or deny friends. Also one can send internal messages. It is important to specify the field of interests, so getoct.com can serve better the personal needs.

Tutorial 8: community – meet & learn at any time

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

The goal of getoct.com is to offer a high quality network and to enable users to be informed about the latest information about OCT, to meet and learn from each other from anywhere, at anytime.

The community should form a network whose meshes are close enough to carry all the new information about OCT.
Above all, it is also clear that with OCT, a new digital window was pushed open in opthalmology, which can offer joy in daily work and help patient in time.

Tutorial 7: OCT help me -brain teaser

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Sometimes you see an eye disease and think: “What the hell is that?!” You look in your books, find nothing.

getoct.com created exactly for such cases, a new category: “OCT help me”. Here you can upload your own OCT images that make you a real headache. Invite your friends and the community for discussion, so that the puzzle can be solved soon!

Tutorial 6: upload your OCT and share

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Thanks to getoct.com no one must be alone: you can upload your own OCT images or films, PDF’s or Powerpoint’s and show them to your getoct-friends and the community. In particular, one can discuss the images together with the motto “Together we know more!”.

Each submitted case will be checked for its contents first. The images must be anonymous (no patient data identifiable). If the submitted case is not satisfactory, the case will not be published on getoct.com. For details see terms uf use, disclaimer.

Tutorial 5: view and enjoy the OCT database, join friends

Friday, September 24th, 2010

After registration you can log in to getoct.com on the homepage, by e-mail and a secure password.
It appears then the heart of getoct: the OCT image database. Some data are shown into six boxes: each box is a case. Each case is described (case text) and the images can easily be scrolled and enlarged. The case can be recommended to your own friends in the community by a simple click. Interested in the uploader? No problem: visit by clicking his getoct profile.

Tutorial 4: security & invoice – well spent

Friday, September 24th, 2010

After the registration on getoct.com the personal data are reviewed, which may take several days. The aim is to ensure a high level of security and trust. If
If everything is in order, the account will be activated for a month. After the first login the user is asked to check his profile and upload a photo so that the community gets a good impression.
getoct.com is a professional web site with content that is suported and utilizing by experienced ophthalmologists worldwide.
The content is growing every year with the latest knowledge and experience. Therefore, the annual fee is well spent.

Totorial 3 getoct: register in two minutes

Monday, September 20th, 2010

In this short video it is shown how to become a member of getoct.com just in two minutes. Registration helps to increase the security of the site. Personal data are not published by getoct.com.

Totorial 2 getoct: easy navigation

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

This tutorial explains how easy it is to use the site getoct.com and to find the important things:

Your opinion counts – OCT Customer experiences

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

You use an OCT scanner?  We are interested in your experience! Which one do you use?

What do you think it is great? What annoys you? What can be improved?
Share it with us at this blog!