Bateau Nouvelle Orléans

Lieu

Nouvelle Orléans, Nouvelle Orléans, États-Unis

Date

Vendredi, 10 novembre, 2017 to Mardi, 14 novembre, 2017

Scientific Program

How to Find Program Information
Access AAO 2017 program information through online registration. You do not need to log in to review the program.
 - Use the quick search buttons at the top of the page to easily find Subspecialty Day, Course Pass, Free Events or Ticketed Events information.
 - Refine your search by clicking the blue ‘Filter’ button, on the top right corner of the table, to look up courses and sessions by topic, type and special interest.
- You can also type in a keyword, name or course number into the search field.
Want to save your search? Click the ‘Export to Excel’ text, located on the top right corner of the table.
Ready to add favorite sessions to your calendar? Want to purchase tickets or the Academy Plus course pass? Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the orange ‘Login now...’ button.
The Mobile Meeting Guide, which contains all program information, including abstracts, handouts, posters and videos, will be available in September. Look for the Meeting Program, the spiral bound condensed program for AAO 2017 and Subspecialty Day, in the meeting bag you pick-up onsite.
 
Opening Session
Sunday, Nov. 12
The Great Hall

8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
Don't miss the 2017 Jackson Memorial Lecture which will be given by Daniel F. Martin, MD, Chairman of the Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute and a renown retina specialist. Mr. Henry Butler, an accomplished musican, will give the Michael F. Marmor Lecture in Ophthalmology and the Arts - his presentation will be part lecture, part performance.
Find more information about the Opening Session.
 
Named Lectures
- Review the full list of Named Lectures including:
- Russell N. Van Gelder, MD, PhD who will give the 2017 C. Stephen and Frances Foster Lecture in Uveitis and Immunology,
- Neil M. Bressler, MD who will give the Arnall Patz Lecture during Current Management of Neovascular AMD (SYM27), and
- Thomas S. Harbin, MD who will give the Dr. Allan Jensen and Claire Jensen Lecture in Professionalism and Ethics(SYM41).
 
Breakfasts With the Experts
Sunday – Tuesday, Nov. 12 - 14
Hall C
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.

Start your day right with a delicious buffet breakfast and informal discussion led by experts in the field. The Academy offers 76 breakfasts during AAO 2017. Review specific topics for each day through the online program search.
Seating is limited - reserve your spot early through online registration for best selection. These roundtables are not part of the Academy Plus course pass, a separate ticket must be purchased; $30 in advance or $40 onsite. Members in Training automatically receive a 50% discount on all roundtables.
 
Academy Café
Room 271
Hear expert panels debate, then use your cell phone, smartphone or laptop to text message questions to the speakers. Topics include:
Saturday, Nov. 11
- MIPS
- Cataract
Sunday, Nov. 12
- Glaucoma
- Uveitis
- Cornea, External Disease
Monday, Nov. 13
- Oculoplastics
- Retina
Tuesday, Nov. 14
- Cataract
-Review specific information through the online program search.
 
Learning Lounge
Saturday - Tuesday, Nov. 11 - 14
Hall G, Booth 3847

Join colleagues in this interactive space for learning facilitated by experts in the field. Float among theaters - new topics begin every 15 minutes.
Specific times and topics is available through the online program search.
 
Scientific Posters
Hall C
Session One: Saturday, Nov. 11, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 12, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Presenters will be at their displays on Sunday, 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Session Two: Monday, Nov. 13, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday, Nov. 14, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Presenters will be at their displays on Monday, 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Small-group discussions of highly rated posters, moderated by your peers, will take place Saturday through Monday.
 
Online Registration and Hotel Reservations
Register for AAO 2017 and Subspecialty Day meetings.
Reserve hotel rooms.
Find more information about registering and making hotel reservations.
 
CME
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Review CME information including:
- AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ available for AAO 2017, Subspecialty Day meetings and AAOE Half-Day Coding Sessions.
- Availability of American Board of Ophthalmology (ABO) self-assessment credit.
- How to verify your attendance at AAO 2017.
- How to claim CME credits.
- How to access CME transcripts.
 
Policies and Disclaimer
Review the Academy's policies and disclaimers for meeting content and presenters.
As a reminder, children are not admitted to Subspecialty Day or Academy annual meeting scientific sessions, instruction courses or any other aspect of the Scientific Program due to the scientific nature of the educational programs and the Academy's desire to maintain an environment conducive to learning.
Annual Meeting Program Committee
The Annual Meeting Program Committee is responsible for the scientific program including instruction courses, symposia and the Spotlight on Cataracts session. Find more information and a full list of Program Committee participants.
 
Contact Meetings Department Staff
Business hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific Time
Tel.: 415.447.0320
General meeting-related questions: meetings@aao.org
Meeting registration, proof of attendance and CME-related questions: registration@aao.org
Exhibition-related questions: exhibitions@aao.org

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