The 2019 annual meetings of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators will be held May 3 to 7 in San Diego.
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‘From the Bench to Bedside and Back’ is focal point for this year’s conference
Glaucoma 360, the Glaucoma Research Foundation’s annual three-day event devoted to all things glaucoma, will continue today with its New Horizons Forum.
The Glaucoma Research Foundation’s (GRF) annual Glaucoma 360 event concludes Saturday with a day of continuing education ‒ for ophthalmologists in the morning and optometrists in the afternoon.
The Glaucoma Research Foundation (GRF) kicked off its 8th annual Glaucoma 360 Thursday night. The three-day event highlights the latest innovation in glaucoma technology and therapies to bring a cure for glaucoma.
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Joint event to feature plenty of symposia, practice management programs, product innovations
Glaucoma 360, a three-day event organized by the Glaucoma Research Foundation (GRF) will move into its final day on Saturday with the Glaucoma Symposium. The focus will shift from "Innovate" to "Educate." Two continuing medical education sessions are-one for ophthalmologists in the morning and another for optometrists in the afternoon.
Glaucoma 360, a three-day event being held here by the Glaucoma Research Foundation (GRF), will move from its "Celebrate" phase with Annual Gala on Thursday into its "Innovate" phase with the New Horizons Forum set for today. This event is a full day of presentations, panels, and discussions featuring leaders from start-up companies, industry executives, ophthalmic experts, venture capitalists, and the FDA.
Ophthalmologists expressed a little more optimism than primary-care physicians, when asked to evaluate the financial state of their practices in a national survey conducted in 2011.