“We had a very dynamic and interactive meeting, with concise talks and much time for discussion, challenging cases, and videos,” said Douglas Koch, MD, co-chair of the Ophthalmologist Program.
Jon Dietlein, MD, of the Dietlein Eye Center in Georgetown, Texas, brought his entire staff to the meeting. “We enjoy this meeting every year because it’s an opportunity for all of us to get similar information and to learn about the latest technology,” he said. “It helps us implement information in a practical fashion in our practice every day.”
Daniel Lemor, MD, a resident at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, shared his perspective on the skills transfer sessions: “This was a great opportunity to try different cataract machines and different types of lenses. I’ve never had the opportunity to do that before all in one place. It was fantastic.”
View more event highlights and testimonials on the COS website.
Mark your calendars for next year’s Combined Ophthalmic Symposium in Austin, Texas, which will take place on Aug. 24–26, 2018.