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20/20 Seminars


The Havener Eye Institute is dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs like our highly successful 20/20 Seminars, a series of complimentary continuing education events.

20/20 Seminars are a series of after-hours lectures which cover a variety of topics from all of the ophthalmic subspecialties. Typically, a light dinner is available at 5:45pm with the lectures starting at 6:00pm. The Seminars are held several times a year and usually offer two hours of Optometric continuing education credit.

We hope that the success of these educational events will continue to foster the community spirit that is an important part of the Havener Eye Institute’s Mission.  For more information, contact Amber Wright at Amber.Wright@osumc.edu or call (614) 293-8760.


20/20 Seminar Series dates for 2017**: 

February 21, 2017 - Retina Division

September 19, 2017 - Cornea Division (Cross-Linking)

December 5, 2017 - Oculoplastics

 

**All dates and division subject to change

 

 


Past 20/20 Events include:

  • "Current Therapies for Dry Eyes"
  • "Glaucoma Update"
  • "Overviews and Updates in Cataract and Refractive Surgery"
  • "Innovative Clinical Studies for Retinal Diseases"
  • "Oculoplastic Surgery & Wartime Trauma"
  • "Slipped Disc: Terminology and Topography of the Anterior Optic Neuropathies"
  • "Systemic Diseases and the Cornea"
  • "The Retina Rundown"
  • “Modern Glaucoma Management”
  • “Experience & Innovation in Refractive Surgery”
  • "Cancer and the Cornea"
  • "Retina Horizons"
  • "More to the Eye Than Meets the Eye"
  • "All About the Cone"
  • "Glaucoma From the Trenches"
  • "Retina Now: Imaging & Treatments"
  • "New Horizons in Refractive Surgery"
  • "Cases in Infectious Keratitis"
  • "Lacrimal Pandemonium"
  • "Glaucoma Update"
  • "Retina Imaging"
  • "Corneal Collagen Crosslinking: Past, Present and Future"
  • "IOLs By Design"
  • "Current Concepts in Neuro-Ophthalmology"
  • "New Perspectives on Cornea, Retina, and Glaucoma"
  • "Spots in Your Eyes"
  • "New Concepts in Keratoplasty"
  • "Extra! Extra! Technology Stamps out Glaucoma!"
  • "Ready, Aim, Refract!"
  • "Everyday Retina"
  • "Current Concepts in the Management of AMD"