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San Francisco Conference for Educators 2019

12 October 2019
Topic: Education, Ophthalmic Educators
Region: North America
Location: Moscone Center
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, California, United States
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The Conference for Ophthalmic Educators offers expert instruction, interactive workshops, and group discussion for ophthalmic educators. Educators of ophthalmology residents, fellows, medical students, CME, and allied ophthalmic personnel will learn about the latest tools and practice techniques of modern education.


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The San Francisco Conference for Ophthalmic Educators will be held on 12 October 2019 from 14:00–17:30, at the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Annual Meeting in Chicago, USA.


Attend your choice of two workshop sessions and group discussion during the afternoon. Whether you are a resident or have taught for a long time, these sessions will help you improve your teaching effectiveness and provide an opportunity to connect with other educators from around the world.


  • Attend: The Conference is open to all registered attendees of AAO 2019. No course passes are required for this session.
  • Location: Moscone Convention Center on Saturday, 12 October 2019 from 14:00–17:30.
  • CME Credit: Categorized as a symposium of AAO 2019, the Conference can be claimed for CME credit as part of the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ designated to AAO 2019.



The Conference is being organized by Drs. Ana Gabriela Palis, Karl Golnik, Eduardo Mayorga. Faculty will include recognized experts in the field and announced at a later date.


Workshops and plenaries will cover new topics not offered at previous Conferences held at AAO.


Agenda and full workshop descriptions will be available prior to the Conference. Review past conference agendas from Chicago 2018 and New Orleans 2017.

This conference is co-sponsored by the International Council of Ophthalmology and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.


Funding for this Conference for Ophthalmic Educators is provided in part by Johnson and Johnson Vision. We thank all of the supporters of the International Council of Ophthalmology's Teaching the Teachers Initiative.

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