2023 ASCRS SUBSPECIALTY DAY
ASCRS On Demand: 2023 Subspecialty Day
A DEEP DIVE INTO CRITICAL TOPICS
Registrants of ASCRS Subspecialty Day have on-demand access to all three programs—ASCRS Cornea Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, and ASCRS Refractive Day—after the meeting.
- Presentations will be posted by Wednesday, May 10, 2023, at 12 p.m. ET and will be exclusively available to physician registrants for one year.
- Login and ASCRS Subspecialty Day registration required to view on-demand sessions from Subspecialty Day.
Access recordings of all ASCRS Subspecialty Day sessions by using the tabs below.
ASCRS Cornea Day will feature a new session on perspectives: where cornea treatments are currently and where treatments are heading in the future. The expert faculty will discuss and debate current issues, including eye banking, reimbursement issues, alternatives to keratoplasty, and best practices for keratoconus treatment.
ASCRS Glaucoma Day will feature a keynote lecture on future trends in glaucoma care, the Stephen A. Obstbaum, MD, Honored Lecture—this year past leadership of the ASCRS Glaucoma Clinical Committee will discuss the changes they have witnessed in ophthalmology—the 11th Annual Complications and “Reay of Hope” Video Case Presentations, and more.
ASCRS Refractive Day is split into four sections—the preop evaluation, refractive corneal surgery, refractive cataract surgery, and new technologies. In addition, the last session highlights the Steinert Refractive Lecture presented by Vance Thompson, MD.