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Ophthalmology Times® EyeCon 2021

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12/10/21 8:30 am to 12/11/21 3:55 pm EDT
Virtual Webinar
United States


The Ophthalmology Times® EyeCon 2021 is not to be missed!

Impaired vision is a common disorder in the United States, with an estimated 12 million Americans aged 40 and older living with reduced vision. The number of Americans with impaired vision or blindness is predicted to soar in coming decades as a result of age and chronic diseases, including diabetes. However, the nation’s 19,000 ophthalmologists have access to a growing armamentarium of medications—with innovative delivery approaches—and state-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical technologies.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Implement diagnostic approaches to correctly identify early presentations of both common and rare ocular diseases
  • Apply recent guidelines and other evidence to the treatment of patients with vision changes and ocular diseases
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply clinical trial data to optimize patient treatment in the eye-care setting
  • Explain efficacy and trial data from recent clinical trials of investigational agents
  • Identify the most appropriate strategies to improve vision outcomes in patients with common and unusual disease processes

Use codes OphtEyeConCME for 35 percent off!

Date

December 10, 2021 - December 11, 2021

8:30 AM - 3:55 PM Eastern Time

Virtual Interactive Conference

 

Target Audience

This educational activity is directed toward ophthalmologists who treat patients with prevalent and rare ocular conditions. Other health care professionals interested in the treatment of eye diseases and injuries are also invited to participate.

Co-Chairs

PETER J. MCDONNELL, MD

William Holland Wilmer Professor of Ophthalmology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Director, Wilmer Eye Institute
Baltimore, MD

 

 

OLUWATOSIN U. SMITH, MD

Attending Physician
 Glaucoma Associates of Texas
Associate Professor
 Department of Opthalmology
 University of Texas Southwestern
 Dallas, TX