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Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking Course

We are excited to offer a new online course organized by the International Council of Ophthalmology and taught by Dr. More »

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World Ophthalmology Congress 2020 - WOC2020
June 26-29, 2020

The 2020 World Ophthalmology Congress® of the International Council of Ophthalmology will be hosted by the… More »

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World Ophthalmology Congress 2018 - WOC2018
June 16-19, 2018

The 2018 World Ophthalmology Congress® of the International Council of Ophthalmology will be hosted by the Spanish… More »

Date ICO Member Event Name & Description Location Subspecialty Topic Sponsor
Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking Course

We are excited to offer a new online course organized by the International Council of Ophthalmology and taught by Dr. Eduardo Mayorga: Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking.

Critical thinking is the ability that helps us make the best decisions when deciding what to do or what to believe. The ability to think critically is an advantageous skill, and it is key to being a successful professional in the 21st century. This 8-week course is designed to improve your analytical abilities and help you be more impactful in your decisions.


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Worldwide

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ICO Member 1st Uveitis Course - Addis Ababa

In February 2018 we want to start the First Uveitis Course in Addis Ababa. Since 2007 the IUSG is the Organizer of a similar course in Venice, Italy. The IUSG and the IOC endorse this activity to advance knowledge about uveitis in the context of ophthalmology. With Addis Ababa we have the chance to bring our experience to one of the safest, but also most beautiful countries in Africa. As an African that will allow you to join us in an easier way as to travel to Europe, and as a non-African you will have the chance to visit this amazing emerging country. 


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Addis Ababa, Worldwide

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UCLA Orbital Center Master's Symposium & Dissection Workshop

The Orbital Surgery course is a tightly focused program of techniques and concepts related to orbital disease and its management. The multidisciplinary faculty, renown experts in their fields, focus on practical techniques and conceptual pearls designed to send participants home with tools and knowledge that they can immediately apply to their own practice.

The Course Directors are Daniel Rootman, M.D. and Robert A. Goldberg, M.D.

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Los Angeles, United States

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Ophthalmic Imaging and ERG in Animals: Investigating Retinal Structure and Function

Join us for an exciting course focused on imaging and ERG animal ophthalmology. This event is recommended for those working in the fields of veterinary ophthalmology or vision research, who are interested in electroretinography and the latest technologies for in vivo retinal imaging. You will expand your knowledge on the application and interpretation of retinal function and structure in animal models and diseases.

 


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Henderson, Nevada, United States

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8th Balkan Ophthalmic Wetlab Course

The four-days wetlab is a practical course with different modules using the most actual “state-of-the-art” wetlab technology as well as the MTS - the wetlab company eye model with daily fresh porcine eyes. The course contains many hours of wetlab sessions, lectures plus free practice with hands-on training and reality simulators. During the wetlab you will receive all necessary knowledge by world leaders in the field of ophthalmology.


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Sofia, Bulgaria

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ICO Member 3rd World Eye Bank Symposium

The WEBS will be held the day before the World Ophthalmology Congress. More details to follow. Visit http://www.gaeba.org/events/3rd-world-eye-bank-symposium-gaeba/ for more information.


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Barcelona, Spain

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The Lancaster Course in Ophthalmology
This seven–week course is intended to provide contemporary and extensive coverage of the basic sciences and clinical sciences in Ophthalmology. Founded in 1946, the Lancaster Course has provided training for ophthalmologists from all over the world; many teaching hospitals supplement their residency training programs with the Lancaster Course. The faculty is selected for its expertise, clarity of presentation and ability to provide high-quality visual aids.
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Waterville, Maine, Worldwide

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