Seminarios web interactivos en directo

Cybersight ofrece eventos de formación en línea gratuitos y en directo para profesionales de la salud ocular. Profesores internacionales expertos debaten temas oftalmológicos exhaustivos, con audio y vídeo en directo. Únase a colegas de más de 100 países de todo el mundo para asistir a presentaciones interactivas, demostraciones quirúrgicas y preguntas y respuestas de expertos.

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Calendario de los próximos seminarios web

Fri
March 1, 2024
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC

Turning In and Turning Out: Management of Entropion and Ectropion

Dr. Tamara Fountain
Ophthalmologist, Rush University Medical Center, USA

During this live webinar, we will discuss the management of entropion and ectropion. At the conclusion of this lecture, attendees should be able to: (1) identify the anatomic factors that cause both entropion and ectropion, (2) understand the clinical features caused by entropion and ectropion, and (3) select the most appropriate surgical treatment for entropion or ectropion based on the clinical situation. (Level: Beginner)

Mon
March 4, 2024
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC

The Critical Lens Technologies and Techniques (Gonioscopy, SLT, ALT, and MIGS) to Diagnose & Treat Glaucoma

Dr. Victor Cvintal
Ophthalmologist, IOTC, Brazil

In this interactive webinar, Dr. Cvintal will review the key lenses and steps that can be used to best recognize and diagnose glaucoma patients. Practical clinical pearls will be emphasized throughout the webinar. The lecture will then move into the crucial techniques to visualize the angle for both treatment with lasers and micro-invasive glaucoma surgeries (MIGS). Gonioscopy is one of the most important diagnostic steps for evaluating glaucoma patients in the clinic, but it is also often the least done because ophthalmologists may not always be comfortable or clear on how to best do this exam. These techniques and tips become even more important when ophthalmologists want to perform laser or MIGS treatments to the angle. (Level: All)

Fri
March 8, 2024
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC

The Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Fundus Photography

Michelle Buck, COT
Retinal Photographer, Retina Associates of Kentucky, USA

During this live, interactive webinar, we will focus on maximizing photographs in the posterior segment for documentation, tracking disease progression over time, and now artificial intelligence (AI). Retinal fundus photography is a key skill and service for ophthalmic practices globally. This session will answer major challenges or learning curves that many users experience. The objectives of this webinar will include the following: a brief review of camera fundamentals/optics, the key techniques for capturing images and how to help “coach” your patients, pure fundus photography focus, examples/classifications of good and bad photos, how photos are being used by AI, and camera care and maintenance. (Level: All)

Thu
March 14, 2024
13:00-14:30 GMT/UTC

Special Eyecare Considerations on the African Continent

Dr. Malik Kahook
Dr. Abeba Teklegiorgis
Dr. Ciku Mathenge
Dr. Daniel Kiage
USA, Ethiopia, Rwanda, & Kenya

Join us for a groundbreaking webinar, "Special Eyecare Considerations on the African Continent," where leading eye care professionals from across Africa converge to discuss the unique challenges and innovative solutions in both resource-restricted environments as well as markets that are growing rapidly with premium care offerings. The speakers will talk about their unique experiences in patient care and surgery while including the importance of cultural and social determinants of health. They will also include tips and successful models that they have used in their practices to help with patient outcomes and engage the family and community to create virtuous cycles of hospital growth, trust, and quality. (Level: All)

Wed
March 20, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Optometry to the Extreme: How We Manage Our Extreme Cases

Dr. Neelam Patadia
Dr. Megan Hunter
USA

During this live webinar, we will discuss how we manage our extreme cases in optometry from severe hyperopia, pathologic myopia, keratoconus, and anisometropia. Using examples from our clinic, we will discuss the work-up and management of challenging refractions with patients. Our objectives will highlight how to maximize the patients’ visual potential and follow them long-term to prevent vision loss. (Level: Intermediate)

Mon
March 25, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Update on Glaucoma Medical Therapy: A Global Perspective

Dr. Louis Cantor
Ophthalmologist, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

During this live webinar, we will provide an update on glaucoma medical therapy. We will review the available classes of medications, their efficacy and safety, and discuss how to approach initiating and advancing glaucoma therapy. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will also be discussed. (Level: All)

Wed
April 3, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Update on the Management of Giant Retinal Tears

Dr. Manish Nagpal
Ophthalmologist, Retina Foundation, India

A giant retinal tear (GRT) is a full-thickness retinal break, which extends circumferentially for more than or equal to 3 clock hours (≥90°) in the presence of a posteriorly detached vitreous. It requires special strategies to successfully settle them. In this lecture, we will discuss detailed presentations and the management of giant retinal tears in simple and complex situations. (Level: Intermediate and Advanced)

Fri
April 12, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Improved Perioperative Management of Cataract Surgery Using OCT Technology

Dr. Christian Mardin
Ophthalmologist, FAU, Germany

During this live webinar, we will describe the principles and functionality of OCT technology in perioperative management of cataract surgery. Case demonstrations will highlight the use of OCT before and after cataract surgery. Additionally, the use of the latest anterior segment OCT technology will be discussed for biometry and evaluation of phacomorphic glaucoma. (Level: Beginner and Intermediate)

Fri
April 19, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

The Modified Nishida Procedure: A Technique to Tackle Diplopia

Dr. Melissa Simon
Ophthalmologist, Brown University/Lifespan Physician Group, USA

During this live webinar, we will review the reasons to perform a Modified Nishida Procedure and briefly review what is published in the medical literature. We will go through the technique step-by-step and watch videos and model demonstrations. We will also discuss errors to avoid. (Level: Advanced)

Fri
April 26, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

MIGS and Evolving Non-traditional Glaucoma Treatment Options For the Anterior Segment Surgeon

Dr. Kevin Barber
Ophthalmologist, Advanced Center for Eyecare Global, USA

Due to the high frequency of cataracts and glaucoma coexisting, the anterior segment surgeon has expanding options to treat mild to moderate glaucoma. During this live webinar, we will discuss and review surgical videos of various Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) procedures. New and evolving technology for implantable drug delivery systems will also be discussed. This webinar will benefit any anterior segment surgeons seeking to learn more about the existing and evolving interventional treatment options for mild to moderate glaucoma. (Level: All)

Tue
April 30, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Gene Therapy for AMD: Are We There Yet?

Dr. Glenn Yiu
Ophthalmologist, University of California, Davis, USA

During this live webinar, we will discuss the concept of retinal gene therapy and its use for rare and common diseases, and how the type of vector, viral dose, and mode of delivery dictate efficacy and safety in both preclinical and clinical studies. We will also discuss ocular immune privilege, the impact of biological barriers, and factors that determine the degree of ocular inflammation related to gene therapy - also known as gene therapy-associated uveitis (GTAU). Finally, we will review gene therapy programs in development for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), as well as early studies using CRISPR-based gene editing technology as potential treatments for AMD. (Level: Beginner and Intermediate)

Mon
May 6, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension – Common Challenges and Misconceptions

Dr. Devin D. Mackay
Ophthalmologist, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

During this live webinar, we will discuss radiographic signs of intracranial hypertension on MRI and their significance, review data on the surgical treatment of IIH including venous sinus stenting, understand what to do when papilledema improves but headaches do not, and examine the management of IIH in pregnancy. Participants will also be able to recognize fulminant IIH, understand how to approach IIH without papilledema, and recognize the association between IIH and skull base CSF leaks. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will be answered. (Level: Intermediate)

Tue
May 14, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Conversations With an Ophthalmic Anesthetist: Topics We Should All Know

Dr. Manish Raval
Ophthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

During this live webinar, we will open up a discussion of several topics where both the surgeon and anesthetic provider take responsibility for the well-being of the patient and the successful outcome of the eye surgical procedure. Topics that will be addressed are commonly faced concerns: should patients be fasted, how to manage a patient with dementia, poorly controlled blood pressure or blood sugar, and the recognition and management of rare, but serious, medical problems in the operating room. (Level: Intermediate)

Fri
May 24, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Uveitis: Therapeutics Update

Dr. Ramana S. Moorthy
Ophthalmologist, AVRUC and Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

The therapy for non-infectious uveitis has continued to evolve during the pandemic. During this webinar, we will highlight the following: the two-year data from the FAST trial comparing the efficacy of mycophenolate mofetil to methotrexate, the VISUAL III data on adalimumab, outcomes of the clinical trials on the fluocinolone acetonide 0.18mg intravitreal implant, and the POINT trial on efficacy of the dexamethasone implant vs. periocular corticosteroid. Questions received during the registration process and the webinar will be discussed. (Level: All)

Fri
June 14, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

The Clinical & Surgical Considerations of Gene Therapy in Retina Patients

Dr. Christina Y. Weng
Ophthalmologist, Baylor College of Medicine, USA

During this live webinar, we will discuss the current state of gene therapy for retinal diseases. The indications, mechanism of action, and delivery routes for this novel class of therapeutics will be briefly reviewed. The latest efficacy and safety data of leading gene therapy candidates will be presented along with areas of continued exploration. The participant will leave the webinar with an improved understanding of retinal gene therapy and its potential applications. (Level: Intermediate)

Fri
June 21, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Eyeing Excellence: Igniting Passion and Safety through Ergonomics in Ophthalmology!

Dr. Donny Suh
Dr. Benjamin Young
Dr. Susan Ksiazek
USA

Discover the connection of passion and safety in ophthalmology with our webinar, "Eyeing Excellence." Explore how ergonomic principles enhance precision and dedication in surgical practices. Learn the important role of ergonomic factors in creating a safer ophthalmic working environment. Gain practical insights into ergonomic design, optimizing workspaces, instruments, and techniques for maximum efficiency. Engage in an interactive Q&A session with expert panelists, transforming your approach to ophthalmic care. (Level: All)

Fri
July 19, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Using OCT as an Approach to Diagnose Glaucomatous and Other Optic Neuropathies

Dr. Christian Mardin
Ophthalmologist, FAU, Germany

Clinically, the difference between glaucomatous and simple optic atrophy of other origins is not always clear. OCT with the ability to image and measure inner retinal layers in the macula and peripapillary area, with the measurement of rim atrophy, is of great help to overcome this difficulty in the multimodal analysis with other examinations. This webinar will highlight a possible approach to optic atrophies, systematically using OCT techniques. (Level: All)

Mon
September 23, 2024
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC

Innovations and Advances in Retinoblastoma Management

Dr. Jesse Berry
Ophthalmologist, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, USA

During this webinar, Dr. Berry will discuss the diagnosis, routine clinical management, and recent imaging and research innovations for a rare pediatric intraocular tumor, retinoblastoma (RB). After this lecture, you will be able to (1) identify the must-not-miss clinical features for diagnosis of RB, (2) explain the common indications and types of treatment, (3) describe new imaging modalities for RB, and (4) describe the role of a liquid biopsy in RB management. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will also be discussed. (Level: All)

Fri
November 15, 2024
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC

Clinical Technology & Surgical Techniques in the Evolving Management of Corneal Diseases

Dr. Björn Bachmann
Ophthalmologist, University Hospital Cologne, Department of Ophthalmology, Germany

The current state of the art in the diagnosis and treatment of corneal diseases depends on imaging techniques to visualize the morphology, 3D structure, and optical quality of the cornea. Improvements in imaging allow for increasingly individualized treatment of corneal diseases. In this live webinar, we will discuss corneal diseases in the context of the development of imaging techniques over the last decades. (Level: All)