Real World Ophthalmology virtual meeting offers tailored program for young ophthalmologists
The upcoming Real World Ophthalmology virtual meeting—Top Ten Things I Wish I Knew Sooner—will cover new clinical innovations, ophthalmology business aspects, and areas of personal development, such as presentation skills and patient communication.
Attendees will hear from over 70 faculty as they share with the next generation what they wish they knew sooner during the November 5 meeting.
Built off input from previous meetings, the program’s customized agenda has been designed for a young ophthalmology audience to provide a high-yield, rapid pace, interactive virtual program.
During the Keynote “Ask Me Anything” segment, world-renowned cornea specialist Dr. Dimitri Aza will provide an update on artificial intelligence, insight into how young ophthalmologists can utilize artificial intelligence in practice, and share advice with attendees, as well as answer questions while in the ‘hot seat.’ The meeting will also feature a Fireside Chat with Dr. Carol Karp, a recent Castroviejo award winner, on lessons she has learned from training and working with so many residents and fellows at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
Attendees will also hear from ambassadors from 7 of the major subspecialty societies (Cornea Society, AGS, ASRS, ASOPRS, NANOS, AAPOS, AUS) as they discuss the unique features of each specialty choice and what each of the organizations does to help aid their young ophthalmology members, as well as a member of the American Board of Ophthalmology who will “demystify the board exam” by answering frequently asked questions.
Additional sessions include managing cases that cause you gray hair, practicing management pearls, avoiding audits, coding mistakes, mastering surgical and clinical skills, changing jobs in practice, and much more. A Lunch and Learn session will also give attendees a chance to have “face-to-face” conversations with many of the program speakers.
All virtual content will be available on the meeting platform for 60 days following the conclusion of the meeting.
Registration is free to all those in residency and fellowship through the first 10 years of practice.
Register here to claim your seat today. Space on the virtual platform is limited and we expect to max out!