When you register to attend the 2017 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, you open the door to exclusive and groundbreaking education presented by some of the world’s most renowned experts during the meetings general sessions. Don’t forget – register by Saturday, Dec. 31, and you will receive an entry into the Tesla drawing, which will be held on Monday, May 8 at noon. The 2017 annual meeting is being held in Los Angeles, May 5-9.
The ASCRS Foundation will again offer ten $1,000 Resident Excellence Awards to enable ophthalmology residents exhibiting exemplary performance to attend the 2017 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress in Los Angeles, CA. The categories for consideration include research, patient care, leadership and education.
The 2017 Resident Excellence Award includes:
ASCRS is always seeking ways to feature the great work of its membership. As a part of this effort, we are now looking for anterior segment ophthalmology case studies to be developed, launched, and featured in the new ASCRS CME 24/7 Case Corner.
The ideal patient case will address one or more of the following: unique scenarios, complicated or challenging situations, new techniques, or best practices.
If you are interested in having your case study published online, which can be listed on your CV, please complete the following steps:
The annual meeting – being held May 5-9, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA – is the largest U.S. meeting that provides a scientific program dedicated to the needs of the anterior segment specialist with the leading practice management program for comprehensive ophthalmology and subspecialties.
Each month, ASCRS recognizes an EyeConnect Platinum Member for their valuable contributions to the EyeConnect forum. Dr. Gary Wörtz of Lexington, Kentucky is the November recipient based on his engagement points and extensive involvement in the community as an active contributor since 2008.
Have you checked your ASCRS CME transcript lately? With 2017 in sight, ASCRS wants to remind you how to access and review your reported CME credits.