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Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Kerry D. Solomon, MD

A testament to our excellent presenters and programming, both attendee and industry feedback are overwhelmingly positive for this meeting. At Kiawah Eye, we bring the most pertinent topics to the discussion table. We teach the comprehensive ophthalmologist how to make his/her practice survive in the modern healthcare environment. We offer pearls to make procedures more efficient, safe or yield better results. And we spend a lot of time on complications and challenging cases – identifying, managing and overcoming – the attendees and faculty will even debate each other. What really sets this meeting apart is our style of presenting with energy, engagement and humor, which has always been the basis of Kiawah Eye and why so many attendees enjoy it. It’s large enough to bring out the best in ophthalmology, but small enough to have a personal appeal, where you feel like you have one-on-one relationships with many of the ophthalmologists here at the meeting. At the end of the day, we’ll all end up learning a tremendous amount from each other and enjoying our time in this beautiful location.

Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD
Kerry D. Solomon, MD

Program Director

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Tentative Agenda Topics

  • Storm Eye Update
  • Everything You Need to Know About Intravitreal Injections
  • Video Symposium: Surgical Techniques
  • Interactive Cornea
  • Diagnostics and Drug Delivery
  • Kiawah Eye Grand Rounds
  • Oculoplastic for the General Ophthalmologist
  • Glaucoma Grand Rounds
  • Stepping Up Your Game to Go from Good to Great: What I Have Done in the Last Year to Make My Procedure More Efficient, Safer, or Give Me Better Results
  • Video Symposium: Cataract-IOL and Refractive

Demographics Based on 2019 data

Attendee Professions

Physician – Ophthalmologist 99%
Physician – Resident 1%

Attendee Subspecialty

General 36%
Cataract/Refractive Surgery 20%
Cornea 6%
Retina 4%
Glaucoma 7%
Other Subspecialty Areas 27%

Geographic Breakdown

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