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Spanish Society of Ophthalmology (SEO)

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European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE)

Spanish Society of Implant-Refractive Ocular Surgery (SECOIR)

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Catalan Society of Ophthalmology (SCO)

Barraquer Institute (BI)

Registration Categories

Ophthalmologist of ICO Member Society, SECOIR, SEO or SCO
An ophthalmologist is a physician (doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy) who specializes in the comprehensive care of the eyes and visual system and in the prevention of eye disease and injury. Only those individuals who are a member of an ICO Member Society, Spanish Society of Implant-Refractive Ocular Surgery (SECOIR), Spanish Society of Ophthalmology (SEO) or Catalan Society of Ophthalmology (SCO) are eligible to register at the discounted rate. ICO MEMBER SOCIETIES: Please make sure your membership dues are current to ensure your members receive the discounted rate. Make sure your payment is received in advance to allow ample processing time.

Non-member Ophthalmologist
A physician who specializes in the comprehensive care of the eyes and visual system in the prevention of eye disease and injury but is NOT a current member of an ICO Society, SECOIR, SEO or SCO. Individual must register as a non-member.

Scientist, Non-ophthalmologist Medical Doctor or Optometrist
Individuals who are PhDs, DVM, MBAs, educators, research scientists, physicians who do not specialize in ophthalmology and/or optometrists.

Resident
Physician enrolled in an accredited ophthalmology residency training program. The person must be in their residency either at the time of registration or the dates of the WOC (proof of residency status must be submitted at the time of registration).

Subspecialty Fellow
Physicians currently receiving training after their residency in a subspecialty of ophthalmology. The fellows must be in training at the time of registration or at the time of the WOC (proof of in-training status must be submitted at the time of registration).

Allied Eye Health Professional
Individuals who are orthoptists, ophthalmic assistants, ophthalmic technicians and ophthalmic medical technologists, healthcare administrators as well as ophthalmic registered nurses. Does not include commercial representatives (please refer to the exhibitor manual for registration options).

Medical Student
Individuals currently enrolled in a higher education institution leading to qualifications as a doctor of medicine. The individual must be enrolled and a student at the time of registration or the WOC dates (proof of student status must be submitted at the time of registration).

Accompanying Person
Access for accompanying persons is limited to the opening ceremony/welcome reception and exhibition hall only (no scientific sessions). Accompanying persons are non-ophthalmologists, non-scientists/doctors/ fellows /medical students, non-exhibitor/corporate employees in the field of ophthalmology and related fields, non-ICO society members who may be traveling with a congress delegate and who have no scientific or educational interest in the congress. Congress delegates’ students, lab technicians, colleagues, past ICO society members, co-authors, etc., do not qualify as accompanying persons and are required to pay the appropriate registration fee if they wish to attend. Anyone who wishes to attend more than one day of the congress is considered to have more than a “personal” interest in ophthalmology and will be required to pay the appropriate fee.

One-Day
Fee admits registrant to any of the WOC scientific sessions and the exhibit hall for the one day selected during the registration process. The one-day registration fee is the same for each day.

Exhibition Only One-Day
Fee admits registrant to the exhibit hall only for the one day selected and without access to the scientific sessions.

 

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