Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft (DOG)
Venue: Virtual https://dog2020.dog-kongress.de/
Visit Optos at our virtual booth to learn more about our products and live chat with our Sales Managers. The DOG 2020 programme will contain a selection of scientific sessions, workshops, industry symposia and a virtual 2D industry exhibition.
Euretina/ESCRS Annual Meeting
Venue: Virtual http://www.euretina.org/euretina-2020/virtualexhibition2020/
The first of it’s kind, Optos will be part of the first virtual global meeting of Euretina/ESCR. 50 sessions will take place over 3 channels along with a virtual tradeshow, allowing the medical community to come together and exchange new ideas during these unprecedented times.
VIRTUAL Société Française d'Ophtalmologie 126th Annual Meeting
Venue: Virtual https://sfo.e-congres.com/fr/
Join Optos at the first ever e-congress of the French Society of Ophthalmology for two days of virtual webinars, workshops and exhibitions.More Details
Nederlands Oogheelkundig Gezelschap(NOG) Annual Congress: Groningen, Netherlands
Venue: MartiniPlaza Groningen
Booth: stand 28
This is the 214th annual meeting of the NOG, and features a two day programme of lectures, courses, posters and state of the art lectures.
Vision Source: The Exchange On Demand
The Exchange® 2020 will be virtual! This one-time, historic event will be as similar to the in-person Exchange as possible. This includes…
PEACE is the Annual Conference delivered by the specialist from personalEYES aims to bridge the gap between Optometry and Ophthalmology. Since our first PEACE conference in 2010, personalEYES has been consistently engaging fellow Optometrists through educational talks and workshops. Take this opportunity to network and discover the latest technology within the industry.More Details
Join Optos at the SOG Jahreskongress 2020More Details
Date: Tuesday, 25th August 2020
Time: 18:00 BST
Speakers: Ian Jarvis, Faye McDearmid & Brian Tompkins
Moderator: Sharon Ormonde
In the COVID-19 era, what strategies will you deploy to move your practice forward?
Our 3 panelists join us for a 60-minute webinar discussion outlining strategies for independent optometry practice management, adjustment, and recovery. The session will include pre-selected questions posed by participants at the time of registration, as well as information and discussions on:
The American Retina Forum strives to keep retina specialists constantly learning from each other in real-time to better take care of patients.
Join us at their national meeting that provides a way for doctors to discuss difficult or interesting cases, surgical techniques, and the practice of retina free from outside influence.More Details
Patient screening, education and "Wow"
Part Two; Michael Wicks at Wicks Eyecare, Victoria AU
Come join us for our 40th Annual Educational Retreat July 31st through August 2nd, 2020. The Retreat will be held at the South Seas Resort located on Captiva Island in Southwest Florida.
Implementation, practice flow and pathology detection
Part One; Darrell & Christine Baker at Eyes on Oxford, Perth AU
The Annual ASRS Meeting is a forum for the most important developments in retina. World-renowned experts present their most important work. Industry partners showcase their best technology. Members reunite with friends and make new connections during social events, breaks, and interactive sessions.
The Virtual Optometric Conference: 63 COPE Approved Credits
Encore Performance Live Online June 27 & 28!
Attendance at the live April event will give users LIVE COPE Credits, same as in-person CE!
Optometry Virtually Connected
In our world of rapid changes, it has become increasingly hard to meet face to face with clients. Optometry Australia is aware of how much this is impacting the profession, which is why they have developed their first Virtual Conference and Product Showcase. This event aligns with the Optometry Australia’s commitment to look at innovative ways to support their members during the COVID-19 pandemic and to use new advances in technology to advance its members’ education and continued career development.
Webinar - A Step by Step Guide to Reviewing and Interpreting Pathology and Diseases
Optometrist Simon Browning provides a step by step guide to reviewing and interpreting pathology found on ultra-widefield retinal images.
UK CET Available