Announcing the 'Virtual' Seventeenth Annual Meeting Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group. It's a 2-Day Event (Feb. 4th & 5th) both days 9:00 am - 12:00 pmEvent Date:
Announcing - the 'Virtual' Seventeenth Annual Meeting Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group. It's a 2-Day Event (Feb. 4th & 5th) both days 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Purpose: An informal gathering of clinicians/clinical researchers in low vision rehabilitation • Discuss problem cases • Share techniques • Brainstorm ideas for new treatments or investigations • Enjoy collegiality Location: the easy chair at your house • Hosted by Don Fletcher, Ron Cole, Gus Colenbrander, Tiffany Chan and Annemarie Rossi • Sponsored by Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute (SKERI) and CPMC Dept. of Ophthalmology Dates: February 4th and 5th, 2022 • Friday, February 4th from 9 AM to 12 noon Pacific Time • Saturday, February 5th from 9 AM to 12 noon Pacific Time Who is Invited: • Anyone actively involved in vision rehabilitation • NOT newcomers wanting to get started (sorry – get your feet wet then join us) Registration Fee: NONE (zero, no charge, $0.00 - what a deal!) • Contact Don Fletcher at email@example.com to save a spot for Friday/Saturday Attire: Something nice enough to turn the zoom camera on Format: Informal • No invited speakers • Bring a case or technique to discuss • There is no set agenda – we will divide the time between all comers • If time allows we can discuss and solve all the problems facing the field Promise: We won’t always agree but we’ll have a good time as a group that has a common interest/passion.
Donald C. Fletcher MD https://www.ski.org/users/don-fletcher
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