As the Founder and Program Director for Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is, I want to personally provide you with some details about this meeting and invite you to attend.
This meeting hits the trifecta: Top-quality education, affordable registration and a spectacular location. It was founded to provide cutting-edge education unrestricted by the current
CME guidelines. In 9 years, we’ve experienced unprecedented growth, attracting more than 600 attendees, 100 exhibitors
and 60 meeting and wet lab sponsors.
Our greatest asset is our 50+ highly experienced faculty and devoted teachers who will help shape the program and deliver updates and perspective to attendees. Each surgeon is a real expert, a great teacher and completely committed to making this meeting worth your time by offering uncensored insight and pearls. Thanks to them, you’ll leave this meeting as a more knowledgeable and confident surgeon.
Our program is relevant and aimed at providing basic to advanced instruction for both experienced ophthalmologists
as well as residents in training. The first day and a half we’ll cover all the main subspecialty areas and then for the rest of the meeting we’ll dive deep into the cataract surgery world.
Your registration fee includes general sessions, breakfast/lunch/dinner programs, the exhibit hall and all meeting materials. Wet labs are the only additional fee at this meeting and offer a unique opportunity to engage in one-on-one discussions with instructors. You can customize your experience to best meet your goals in technology, skills, outcomes and income by choosing from 32 different wet lab courses.
All meeting events will be held at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. We’ve negotiated extremely low room rates, park tickets and other opportunities. Please visit the hotel page on this site for more information.
Thank you for considering this meeting over so many other options available to you. I’m confident you’ll enjoy our “Telling It Like It Is” style of teaching and learning – as I wholeheartedly believe it is the way education is supposed to be!
Robert H. Osher, MD