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    Cataract meeting outgrows Sarasota, moves to Naples in 2016

    January 13-17, 2016 at Naples Grande Resort

     

    Program overview

    Dr. Osher said the general meeting format involves video symposia in the morning, wet labs and tutorials in the afternoon, and interactive sessions in the evening.

    “Morning topics include challenging cases, complication management, selecting IOLs in difficult situations, and several wonderful keynote lectures, including one by Binkhorst Award recipient and ASCRS Grand Prize winner, Dr. Abhay Vasavada of India. George Waring IV, MD, will give a memorial lecture celebrating the magnificent career of his father, who passed away in January. It will be inspirational,” Dr. Osher said.

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    Twenty-three wet labs will be offered in the afternoons. Attendees can learn to perform anterior vitrectomy through the pars plana, reconstruct iris defects by pupillary cerclage or prosthetic iris devices, use new intracameral devices for challenging cases, or attend a variety of hands-on skill and didactic sessions.

    The evening sessions will include the best international videos that Dr. Osher has selected from the Video Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, a risk management session, an overview of essential business principles, and a new session with young ophthalmic “stars.”

    “I anticipate that I will be serving beer and pretzels to hundreds of ophthalmologists at 11 p.m.,” Dr. Osher said.

    Details

    New this year is the Neuro-Ophthalmology Update the day before the meeting, on Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 13), led by Jeffrey Odel, MD, Steven Newman, MD, and Donald Hood, PhD.

    Thursday morning (Jan. 14) brings additional subspecialty opportunities:

    -Corneal Disease and Cataract Surgery with Deepinder Dhaliwal, MD

    -Medical and Surgical Glaucoma with Ike Ahmed, MD, Steve Vold, MD, and Anup Khatana, MD

    -Retinal Update with Dan Miller, MD, PhD; Chris Riemann, MD; and James Osher, MD (Dr. Osher’s son)

    Thursday and Friday programs

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