Note: Schedule subject to change.
The first day and a half of this meeting will focus on subspecialty updates. Every attendee is welcome to participate and gain new information on oculoplastics, neuro-ophthalmology, ocular oncology, uveitis, cornea, refractive, glaucoma and retina.
The program will officially begin on Thursday afternoon. More than 50 faculty members will help us dive deeper into the cataract surgery
world – offering perspective on new data, application pearls and honest insight on our thought process and decision-making...we truly “tell it like it is.”
Don’t miss these opportunities to engage faculty and colleagues in small group settings. Speakers will deliver didactic presentations on a hot topic and then take questions from the audience. Breakfast, lunch or dinner will be provided.
Discover the hottest updates from industry representatives on instruments, equipment, technology and services. Refreshments will be available during some of the breaks.
Wet labs offer unique opportunities to engage in one-on-one discussions with expert instructors. Choose from 32 different courses, so you can customize your education to best meet your objectives. There are three different types offered – didactic featuring structured presentations, wet labs offering hands-on practice, and brief trials highlighting new technologies. All of these courses are designed to help raise your skills and outcomes. Some wet labs require an additional fee and online registration will open a few weeks prior to the meeting dates.