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2020 Presentations On Demand

2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting attendees have access to all General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional courses held during the virtual May 16-17, 2020 event. For your convenience, these sessions may be viewed within the ASCRS website by clicking the orange button below; they can also be viewed within the Virtual Meeting platform. Badge ID is required to enter the platform.

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Available Meetings

The following meetings are currently available on demand:

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2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting

2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting attendees have exclusive access to recordings of General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses for one year.                                           

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2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting

ASCRS Members have access to recordings of General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses from the 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting.

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2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day

All attendees of 2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day may access all three Subspecialty Day programs on demand, including Cornea Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, and ASCRS Refractive Day.                                                

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Presentations On Demand FAQ

What do I have access to?

2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting registrants have exclusive access to recordings of ASCRS General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses from the 2020 virtual event.

ASCRS Members have access to recordings of ASCRS General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses presented in English from the 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting.

2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day registrants have access to recordings of all three Subspecialty Day meetings: Cornea Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, and ASCRS Refractive Day.
Non-registrants: 2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day On Demand is available for purchase.

2020 Presentations On Demand Included Sessions

The following Sessions are included in 2020 Presentations On Demand:

  • GS-1 ASCRS Opening General Session
    Moderator: Edward J. Holland, MD
  • GS-2 ASCRS Sunday Session: Discussion with Scott Gottlieb, MD, Sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals
    Moderator: Edward J. Holland, MD
  • SS-1 - Special Session: Turning the Lights Back On: Part 1, Sponsored by Alcon Vision LLC
    Moderators: Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Bruce S. Maller
  • SYM-1 - Advanced Cataract Surgery: Achieving 20/Happy in 2020
    Moderators: Kevin M. Miller, MD, Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD
  • SYM-2 - Keratoconus Essentials
    Moderators: Francis S. Mah, MD, Vance M. Thompson, MD
  • SYM-3 - Glaucoma Essentials
    Moderators: Michael F. Oats, MD, Amy D. Zhang, MD, ABO, Jody R. Piltz-Seymour, MD
  • SYM-4 - COVID Crashed My Life...How to Survive and Revive
    Moderators: Nicole R. Fram, MD, ABO, Sumit Garg, MD, ABO
  • SS-2 - Special Session: Turning the Lights Back On: Part 2, Sponsored by Alcon Vision LLC
    Moderators: Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Bruce S. Maller
  • SYM-5 - How to Hit a Home Run in Refractive Cataract Surgery
    Moderators: Daniel H. Chang, MD, Vance M. Thompson, MD
  • SYM-6 - Cornea Essentials
    Moderator: Francis S. Mah, MD
  • SYM-7 - Gettin' MIGS'y With It
    Moderators: Jacob W. Brubaker, MD, Davinder S. Grover, MD, MPH
  • SYM-8 - Challenging Cases in Cataract Surgery Video Symposium
    Moderator: Kevin M. Miller, MD
  • IC-1 - Intraocular Lens Exchange: Surgical Management of Malpositioned and Malfunctioning IOLs
    Faculty: Nicole Fram, MD, Brandon Ayres, MD, Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, MD, Thomas A. Oetting, MD, Sadeer Hannush, MD
  • IC-2 - Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist: Exploring Various Microstents and Devices
    Faculty: Shakeel Shareef, MD, Rahul Pandit, MD, Michael Greenwood, MD, Mark Gallardo, MD, Paul Harasymowycz, MD, Ike Ahmed, FRCSC, MD, Patrick Gooi, MD, Blake Williamson, MD, Nir Shoham-Hazon
  • IC-3 - Best of the Best: 2020 Update on Advanced Cataract Surgery
    Faculty: Jack T. Holladay, MD, ABO, David F. Chang, MD, Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Matteo Piovella, MD
  • IC-4 - Understanding Topography and Corneal Aberrations
    Faculty: Warren E. Hill, MD, FACS
  • IC-5 - Best Practices for IOL Power Selection in 2020
    Faculty: Warren E. Hill, MD, FACS, Robin R. Vann, MD, ABO, Helga P. Sandoval, MD, MSc, Li Wang, MD, PhD
  • IC-6 - Updated: Implementing Tele-Ophthalmology During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Faculty: Ranya Habash, MD
  • IC-7 - Pearls and Pitfalls While Performing Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lens with the Yamane Technique
    Faculty: Mitchell P. Weikert, MD, ABO, Sumit Garg, MD, ABO, Nicole R. Fram, MD, ABO, Surendra Basti, MD
  • IC-8 - Understanding and Managing Patients Unhappy with Vision after Cataract Surgery
    Faculty: Daniel H. Chang, MD, Claudia E. Perez-Straziota, MD, ABO, Karolinne M. Rocha, MD, PhD, ABO
2019 Presentations On Demand Included Sessions

2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting

Presentations On Demand for the 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting includes all General Sessions, Symposia, and Instructional Courses in English, with very limited exceptions.

The complete list of 2019 ASCRS Annual Meeting sessions included in Presentations On Demand is available in PDF Form.

2019 Cornea Day

The entire 2019 Cornea Day program is available for viewing post-meeting, including the following sessions:

  • CD-1: Advanced Techniques on Anterior Segment Reconstruction
  • CD-2: Corneal/Lamellar or Transplant Surgery
  • CD-3: Preparing the Ocular Surface for Cataract Surgery
  • CD-4: Controversies and Complications

For additional program detail, view the real-time 2019 Cornea Day Program.

2019 ASCRS Glaucoma Day

The entire 2019 ASCRS Glaucoma Day program is available for viewing post-meeting, including the following sessions:

  • GD-2: AGS/ASCRS Joint Symposium: Optimizing Surgical Outcomes of Cataract Surgery in the Complex Glaucoma Patient
  • GD-3: Glaukomtecken: Practical Tech for the Modern Ophthalmologist
  • GD-4: International Guest Speaker
  • GD-5: Medications and Lasers: Practical Concepts for Enhancing Glaucoma
  • GD-6: Government Relations Speaker
  • GD-7: CafĂ© Style Discussion
  • GD-8: The 2019 Stephen A. Obstbaum, MD, Honored Lecture
  • GD-9: Surgical Glaucoma Spotlight: Personalizing the Surgical Management of Glaucoma in the MIGS Era
  • GD-10: GFC Debate Rematch 2019
  • GD-11: Video Case Presentations: Complications and a "Reay of Hope"

For additional program detail, view the real-time 2019 ASCRS Glaucoma Day Program.

2019 ASCRS RefractiveDay

The entire 2019 ASCRS Refractive Day program is available for viewing post-meeting, including the following sessions:

  • RD-1: Refractive Corneal Surgery
  • RD-2: Premium Refractive Lens Surgery
  • RD-3: Tips, Pearls, and Take-home Messages
  • RD-4: Choosing and Using the Right IOL

For additional program detail, view the real-time 2019 ASCRS Refractive Day Program.

When will videos be available?

Recordings will be posted within 48 hours of the live session, and attendees will retain exclusive access to 2020 presentations for one year post-meeting, at which point the content will become available for all ASCRS Members to view. Access to 2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day content is only available to 2019 ASCRS Subspecialty Day attendees.

Where do I access the videos?

In the Available Meetings listed above, click the link at the bottom of the listing that says "View Presentations." You will need to ensure you have the appropriate attendance and/or membership to access each available meeting.

What is the format of Presentations On Demand content?

All Presentations On Demand are available as videos for online viewing, and are not available to download or watch offline. Standard internet access is required for viewing On Demand content.

Can I earn CME credit for Presentations On Demand?

Presentations On Demand is a non-CME product.

However, a wealth of online CME activities are offered by ASCRS through CME 24/7, including several CME activities that will be created from 2019 Annual Meeting content in the coming months. Explore the CME 23/7 Activity Catalog today. 

Help/Assistance

Didn't find the answer to your question in the FAQ?

Please contact ASCRS at support@ascrs.org, and include your full name and a detailed description of your question and/or the issue you are experiencing.

I'm not able to attend the meeting. Can I purchase access to Presentations On Demand?

Access to the 2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting content is exclusive to the Virtual Meeting registrants for one year months post-meeting, and is not sold separately.

I registered for the 2020 or 2019 Annual Meetings but can't get access to the videos.

Please allow up to 24 hours after meeting registration for access to be granted, and note the access restrictions outlined in the tab "What will I have access to?"

If you have verified your registration type should allow you access and you have waited over 24 hours, please contact ASCRS at support@ascrs.org. In order to enable timely assistance, please include your full name, the meeting you are trying to access, and a description of the access issue you are experiencing.

I purchased access to ASCRS Subspecialty Day, but can't get access to the videos.

Please allow up to 24 hours after purchase for access to be granted. If you have waited over 24 hours and have not been able to access the relevant ASCRS Subspecialty Day meeting content, please contact ASCRS at support@ascrs.org

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