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Join GSO at the Westin Buckhead for the GEM Eye Meeting - February 11, 2017!

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When: Saturday, February 11, 2017
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The Westin Buckhead
3391 Peachtree Rd
Atlanta, Georgia  30326
United States
Contact: Anita Amin
404-299-6588


Online registration is available until: 2/7/2017
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As part of the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology's (GSO) continuing education curriculum, each year it hosts two meetings that offer ophthalmologists live CME opportunities. The GEM Eye Meeting began in 2009 as a way to bring eye care professionals and specialist from around the state and region together to learn, collaborate and develop professionally. It is hosted by the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology (GSO), Emory Eye Center & Emory University School of Medicine, and the Department of Ophthalmology, Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University. 

 

In addition to the CME track for ophthalmologists, the GEM Eye Meeting offers a CE track for Ophthalmic Medical Professionals. To register for the GEM Eye Meeting - TECH track click HERE

 

Click HERE for a printable registration form. 

 

Hotel Accommodations 

To reserve a room at the Westin Buckhead Atlanta at the discounted group rate of $185/night, please call 800-937-8461 and mention the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology. Group rate rooms include complementary guest room internet. 

 

Confirmed Faculty 

 

Anita Agarwal, MD 

Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences

Vanderbelt University 

Topics: 

  • Central Serous Chorioretinopathy - Challenges and New Observations 
  • Imagining Chorioretinal Disorders 
  • Disorders Mimicking AMD

David G. Godfrey, MD 
Glaucoma Associates of Texas 

Topics:

  • GATT and Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery 
  • Angle Closure and the Lens 
  • Can an Ophthalmic Practice and Surgery Center be Efficient? 

Elizabeth Yeu, MD 
Virginia Eye Consultants 
Topics:

  • Post-Toric IOL Surprise: Rotate, Zap or Flip It
  • Loose Zonules: Is that really a good idea? 
  • Management of the Unhappy Post-Operative Multifocal IOL Patient 

 

Young Ophthalmology (YO) Lunch Program 

Getting YOur Career off to the Right Start

The goal of this lunch is to provide YOs insight on what to consider when selecting a practice setting and negotiating a contract. The lunch will provide attendees the opportunity to ask questions and network with panelists from various practice settings. RSVP is required for this lunch, contact Anita Amin (anita@ga-eyemds.org) with any questions. 

 

 

 

 

 

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