Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is Meeting


Evaluations and Participation Certificates

Online evaluations are available HERE through July 13, 2021 (your username is your email and the password is "Cataract21"). Please email if you need assistance this year or with obtaining a certificate from a previous year.

Target Audience

This meeting has been designed for ophthalmologists and residents/students.


The goal of this meeting is to provide the best quality, useful education with total honesty (no censorship) at a reasonable price. We started this meeting 10 years ago along with the important decision to make it entirely non-CME. Why? Because we don’t want to limit our opportunity or potential. We want our faculty to be as open and honest as possible, so that attendees can truly get REAL information, perspectives and pearls that are not censored or influenced by anyone or anything except themselves.

Our faculty is going to do everything possible to teach like never before! Each surgeon is a real expert, a great teacher and completely committed to making this meeting worth your time. Even our faculty are here to learn. We welcome disagreement and different perspectives – because in the end, hearing both sides is what will help you to make the most educated decision. We want every attendee to leave this meeting feeling more confident about delivering the best possible surgical care.

Now here’s where you come in. Attendee input is vital as every post-meeting evaluation is carefully read and changes are made every year in accordance with the feedback we receive. We’ll try just about anything – we’ve added symposia, wet labs, subspecialty updates and more – at the request of past attendees. So keep the suggestions coming. We want to make this meeting the most effective and enjoyable as possible. Not everything will work perfectly, but I can assure you no team will work harder to please you.

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!

Program Topics

This program is highly relevant and aimed at providing basic to advanced instruction for both experienced ophthalmologists as well as residents in training. Some of the discussion topics and video symposia will cover:

  • New Technology
  • Complications Management
  • Challenging Cases
  • Phaco Techniques and Instrumentation
  • Tough IOL Selection
  • IOL Repositioning/Exchange
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Refractive Surgery
  • Ocular Surface Disease
  • Glaucoma
  • Neuro-ophthalmology
  • Retina
  • Uveitis
  • And more!

This educational event is not approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.