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SOE 2019

06000 Nice, France
Congress

SOE 2019

Congress of the European Society of Ophthalmology

Date:
Jun 13, 2019, 08:00 - Jun 16, 2019, 12:45
Scientific Organization:
European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE)
Summary:
The SOE Congress 2019 offers a scientific program in close collaboration with the European subspecialty, research and educational ophthalmology associations. All topics of the field, such as glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculoplastics and many more will be covered by international speakers. The program features several keynote lectures, subspecialty symposia, educational courses, free paper and poster sessions.
Credits: 20

physicians / medical specialists

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 610,00 EUR

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Ophthalmologists:

Paid before 14th March: € 610
Paid from 15th March: € 710
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 835


Eastern European Ophthalmologists:

Paid before 14th March: € 400
Paid from 15th March: € 500
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 550

Young Eastern European Residents and Ophthalmologists**

Paid before 14th March: € 225
Paid from 15th March: € N/A
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € N/A


Wet Lab Course - Basic Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 125
Paid from 15th March: € 155
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 205

Wet Lab Course - Intermediate Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 135
Paid from 15th March: € 165
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 215

Wet Lab Course - Suturing Techniques

Paid before 14th March: € 115
Paid from 15th March: € 145
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 195

residents in training

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: k.A.

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Residents and Allied Professionals*

Paid before 14th March: € 350
Paid from 15th March: € 400
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 450


Wet Lab Course - Basic Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 125
Paid from 15th March: € 155
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 205

Wet Lab Course - Intermediate Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 135
Paid from 15th March: € 165
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 215

Wet Lab Course - Suturing Techniques

Paid before 14th March: € 115
Paid from 15th March: € 145
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 195

other

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 350,00 EUR

Mind:
Residents and Allied Professionals*

Paid before 14th March: € 350
Paid from 15th March: € 400
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 450


Eastern European Residents*

Paid before 14th March: € 275
Paid from 15th March: € 325
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 375



Wet Lab Course - Basic Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 125
Paid from 15th March: € 155
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 205

Wet Lab Course - Intermediate Phaco

Paid before 14th March: € 135
Paid from 15th March: € 165
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 215

Wet Lab Course - Suturing Techniques

Paid before 14th March: € 115
Paid from 15th March: € 145
Paid from 1st May until onsite: € 195



*A recent job certification must be submitted with registration.
** Young Eastern European participants who are under the age of 40, live and work in one of the countries listed below, and have submitted an abstract pay a reduced fee if they register and pay on or before 14 March 2019.
Comment:
This event takes place biennially and offers the opportunity for continued medical education for physicians / medical specialists, residents in training and other.
Certification has been approved by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
Eventnumber: 25630
CME-certification: accredited
CME max.: 20
Min fee:
 
Places available: unlimited
Language: Englisch
 
Published program by the organizer:
SOE2019 Scientific session titles  
   
   
Cataract and Refractive  
Cornea, External Eye  
Education 2 am in the Morning – An Ocular emergency survival guide becoming professional
Essential Surgical Skills – Top Tips for Young Ophthalmologists
How to become a master in Ophthalmology?
International ophthalmology in the european region
Training opportunities for all
Electrophysiology A Symptomatic Approach to Structure and Function
Paediatric Visual Electrophysiology
Glaucoma Complications of Glaucoma Surgery
Genetic Testing and Heritability of Glaucoma
Medications vs Laser as First IOP - Lowering Treatment
Multiple Eye Diseases: A case for glaucoma case finding
OCT for Glaucoma
Phacoemulsification in Glaucoma
The diagnosis of POAG before VF defects: Pros and Cons
The participation to Glaucoma Patient Management by non-ophthalmologists
Visual field examination for glaucoma
What you always wanted to know about glaucoma surgery and never dare ask
Multidisciplinary Advanced Multi-professional practice in ophthalmology
Approaches to low vision services and care
Emergency treatment and care in ophthalmology
Investigation based decision making
Paediatric ophthalmology
Professor Janet Marsden Memorial symposia
Neuro-Ophthalmology Diagnostic dilemmas - panel discussion of four typical neuro-ophthalmological cases
Differential diagnosis of optic neuropathies you should keep in mind
Guidelines to the practical workup of common neuro-ophthalmological findings
Pearls for Neuro-Ophthalmology
State-of-the-Art approach to the patient with:
Top 6 neuro-ophthalmologic emergencies you cannot miss
What's new in paediatric neuro-ophthalmology
Oculoplastics Basic principles of eyelid surgery
Blepharoplasty
How to deal with orbital patients
Oculoplastics: New approaches towards old challenges
Periorbital tumours
Management of Graves' orbitopathy: current concepts and new horizons
Oncology & Pathology Clinicopathological Correlations: From Ophthalmoscopy to Microscopy
Currents Aspects in the Management of Adult Interocular Tumours
Diagnostic Dilemmas in the Diagnosis of Inflammation Versus Cancer in Orbital, Lacrimal, Eyelid and Conjunctival Lesions
Retinoblastoma Management – Late Braking News
Paediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Paediatric Ophthalmology
What is New in Adult Strabismus Surgery?
Strabismus
Retina Management of Infrequent Cases of Vitroretinal Disease
New Pharmacology Developments for Retinal Disorders
Ocular Trauma: An Update
Retinal imaging and Artificial Intelligence
Unusual Cases with Unusual Solutions During VRS
Vitreomaculopathies, Aethiology and Current Treatment
Uveitis  New Developments in Uveitis
   

 

Venue:
Acropolis Convention Centre
Address:
1 Esplanade John Fitzgerald Kennedy
06000 Nice, France
Scientific Organization:
European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE)
Event-Organizer:

European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE)
SOE Secretariat
Josephine Gordon and Hannah Duncan
50 Edward Road West Bridgford
GB - NG2 5GB Nottingham
Tel.: +44 7830 221 032
Fax: +44 7092 877 237

 
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Registration required. Please contact the organizer for further information.




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