The Wilmer Eye Institute hosted its 27th annual Current Concepts in Ophthalmology course here March 15 to 19. The event, presented in association with Ophthalmology Times, was designed to focus on clinical use and medical issues important to the constantly evolving practice of ophthalmology.
Vail, CO-The Wilmer Eye Institute will hold its 27th annual Current Concepts in Ophthalmology course here March 15 to 19. The event will be presented in association with Ophthalmology Times.
This course is designed to focus on clinical use and medical issues important to the constantly evolving practice of ophthalmology, with a specific concentration on advanced medical and surgical treatment options within glaucoma, retina, anterior segment, and refractive surgery.
The faculty will present the latest developments in the management of ocular conditions through a combination of didactic and highly interactive discussion sessions. Time will be available to pursue case studies with attendees.
Activity directors for the course are Walter J. Stark, MD, and Neil M. Bressler, MD.
Many workshops are planned for the course. They include:
Each day, Monday, March 15, through Friday, March 19, starts with continental breakfast, followed by sessions, with a break for lunch and skiing by noon. The educational events continue until 7 p.m. To register or for further information, go to http://www.HopkinsCME.edu/ or call 410/502-9634.