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Ocular surface topics, vitreous surgery head Hawaiian Eye/Retina 2014 Thursday program

KOLOA, Hawaii — “Management of the Ocular Surface,” in two parts, and a mini symposium on neuro-ophthalmology top Thursday’s Hawaiian Eye Comprehensive Ophthalmology program.

Moderators Michael B. Raizman, MD, and Terrence P. O’Brien, MD, share moderator duties for the ocular surface program; Andrew G. Lee, MD, moderates the symposium.

Retina will feature a “Vitreous Surgery Symposium” and “Pediatric Retina Update: Intraocular Tumors.” Elias Reichel, MD, heads up both the symposium and the update.

On the Administrator program, Craig N. Piso, PhD, and Coreen Rodgers, MBA, lead “Organizational Development Day.” And on the Nurse and Allied Health program, “Ocular Surface and Cornea” is the leading topic, with Jane T. Shuman, COT, COE, OCS, serving as moderator.

All programs start at 7:30 a.m.

If you are onsite on Kauai, don’t forget the CME Seminar Breakfast (6:30 a.m.) for comprehensive and a CME Seminar Breakfast for retina (6:30 a.m.); the CME Seminar Lunch for comprehensive (12:45 p.m.) and CME Seminar Lunch for retina (12:45 p.m.); Workshops (2 p.m.) and Banyan Tree Sessions (5:00 p.m.).

Ocular Surgery News has presented all this on OSN Live – the home of all live video and written coverage of Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2014. OSN Live is supported by Bausch + Lomb. Follow the coverage here: healio.com/ophthalmology/highlights-from-hawaiian-eye-retina-2014. –by Paticia Nale

For more information:

Download the Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2014 app by visiting this website (http://www.healio.com/meeting/hawaiianeyemeeting/meeting-app) or visit OSNHawaiianEye.com and Healio.com/Ophthalmology for coverage and programming.

KOLOA, Hawaii — “Management of the Ocular Surface,” in two parts, and a mini symposium on neuro-ophthalmology top Thursday’s Hawaiian Eye Comprehensive Ophthalmology program.

Moderators Michael B. Raizman, MD, and Terrence P. O’Brien, MD, share moderator duties for the ocular surface program; Andrew G. Lee, MD, moderates the symposium.

Retina will feature a “Vitreous Surgery Symposium” and “Pediatric Retina Update: Intraocular Tumors.” Elias Reichel, MD, heads up both the symposium and the update.

On the Administrator program, Craig N. Piso, PhD, and Coreen Rodgers, MBA, lead “Organizational Development Day.” And on the Nurse and Allied Health program, “Ocular Surface and Cornea” is the leading topic, with Jane T. Shuman, COT, COE, OCS, serving as moderator.

All programs start at 7:30 a.m.

If you are onsite on Kauai, don’t forget the CME Seminar Breakfast (6:30 a.m.) for comprehensive and a CME Seminar Breakfast for retina (6:30 a.m.); the CME Seminar Lunch for comprehensive (12:45 p.m.) and CME Seminar Lunch for retina (12:45 p.m.); Workshops (2 p.m.) and Banyan Tree Sessions (5:00 p.m.).

Ocular Surgery News has presented all this on OSN Live – the home of all live video and written coverage of Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2014. OSN Live is supported by Bausch + Lomb. Follow the coverage here: healio.com/ophthalmology/highlights-from-hawaiian-eye-retina-2014. –by Paticia Nale

For more information:

Download the Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2014 app by visiting this website (http://www.healio.com/meeting/hawaiianeyemeeting/meeting-app) or visit OSNHawaiianEye.com and Healio.com/Ophthalmology for coverage and programming.

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