A message from Program Director Robert Osher
Exciting announcement...new dates and location have been confirmed for Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is 2021!
”Boy am I glad 2020 is over! Many of us felt pushed to the limit during the pandemic and we crave a return to “normalcy.” This was probably the last LIVE meeting that you may have attended, and we’re so excited about seeing everyone face-to-face when we will once again come together for education and inspiration. We hope that you will give this meeting a try and we look forward to seeing you LIVE at Amelia Island in June.”
This meeting was founded more than a decade ago for those who really want to enjoy learning from a faculty who really cares about each attendee. Undoubtedly, this is why we have grown our attendance and exhibits every year.
Here are just a few reasons why we hope you’ll attend:
- Ophthalmologists need to have some fun! I promise that this meeting will be very enjoyable. And we’ve relaxed the cancellation policy so that without any penalties, you may cancel your meeting registration through May 25, 2021.
- Our faculty consists of some of the most experienced teachers including Ike Ahmed, Tom Oetting, Michael Snyder, Richard Mackool, Richard Lindstrom, John Sheppard, Cathy McCabe, Lisa Arbisser, Steve Safran, Jason Jones, Nicole Fram, Robert Weinstock, Mitch Shultz and a host of other devoted surgeons.
- Videos! Videos! And more videos! We will show you tricks to manage Challenging Cases, Complications, Tough IOL Selection, New Techniques Involving Prosthetic Iris Devices, MIGs, and Modified Yamane, etc.
- Wet labs to help raise your skills and outcomes, for example, Yamane, MIGs, OCT interpretation, presbyopia lenses, phakic IOLs, toric lenses and lots of other choices.
- Quick and efficient subspecialty updates by experts in refractive (George O. Waring IV); cornea (Karolinne M. Rocha); uveitis (Sunil K. Srivastava); retina (Christopher D. Riemann, James M. Osher, and Luke B. Lindsell); ocular oncology (Basil K. Williams Jr); oculoplastics (Jonathan M. Pargament); neuro-ophthalmology (Jeffrey G. Odel) and many other outstanding subspecialists who contribute to this meeting.
- Lots of opportunity to talk with the faculty at a beautiful venue. The Omni Hotel on Amelia Island will be a great place to bring your family – our reduced room rate is $289 per night and is fully-refundable up until 7 days prior to your arrival.
We’re offering exclusive benefits for in-person residents, fellows and students to help recapture the excitement and the enjoyment of first-class education:
$200 reduced registration fee
Invitation to free residents-only dinner with faculty
Complimentary book of your choosing
And that’s in addition to meals provided during 6 breakfast and lunch programs and more than 53 total hours of education and networking opportunities
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