Live, Interactive Webinars

Cybersight offers free, live online training events for eye health professionals. Expert international faculty discuss comprehensive ophthalmology topics, with live audio and video. Join colleagues from more than 100 countries around the world for interactive presentations, surgical demonstrations and expert Q&A.

A computer, tablet or smartphone with an Internet connection is required to participate. A link to join the session will be sent by email after you register. Can’t make it? Don’t worry, we record every event and post it in the Cybersight Library.

Schedule of Upcoming Webinars
Fri
December 13, 2019
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Sarcoidosis and Tuberculous Uveitis
Dr. Ramana S. Moorthy
Indiana, USA
This lecture will review the global prevalence of tuberculous Uveitis and it’s various clinical... manifestations. This will be compared and contrast did to the manifestations of sarcoid Uveitis. Diagnosis and management of these conditions will be discussed.
Wed
December 18, 2019
10:00-11:00 GMT/UTC
Optimizing Cataract Surgical Outcomes in Myriad Situations
Dr. Abhay R. Vasavada
Raghudeep Eye Hospital, India
Today, with improved techniques and surgical technology, cataract surgery outcomes and patient expectations have greatly increased. ... It is therefore important that surgeons be able to give a superlative intraoperative performance time after time, even in challenging ocular environments, such as small pupils, floppy irides, dense cataracts, zonular weakness, vitrectomised eyes and high myopic eyes. The discussion will include what technique modifications should be made, and how the fluidics parameters as well as ultrasound energy should be used to their best, so that surgeons can ensure clear corneas, quiet eyes, and bespoke surgical outcomes predictably and reproducibly in every situation. It will be useful to both, beginner surgeons, as well as experienced surgeons.

Thu
December 19, 2019
09:00-10:00 GMT/UTC
黄斑疾病手术治疗
张淳
厦门大学附属厦门眼科中心
讲述黄斑裂孔、黄斑前膜、高度近视黄斑劈裂等黄斑疾病手术适应症,手术操作技巧及手术并发症处理 ...
讲者:张淳 厦门大学附属厦门眼科中心
Mon
December 23, 2019
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Question and Answer Session
Dr. Daniel Neely
Pediatric Ophthalmologist and Professor of Ophthalmology | Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, USA
During this highly-interactive live webinar, Dr. Neely will answer all of your questions about pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus. Please join us ... and discuss your general questions or patient cases. Patient cases must be submitted in advance and must have patient consent for sharing.

Questions submitted in advance as part of the webinar registration will be given priority. Additional live questions are also welcome. Lastly, the session is scheduled for 1 hour, but Dr. Neely will stay on until all questions are answered.


Thu
January 9, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Cyclophotocoagulation: Technology and Patient Selection
Dr. Malik Kahook
Dr. Malik Y. Kahook, Professor of Ophthalmology - University of Colorado, USA
Trans-Scleral Cyclophotocoagulation (TS-CPC) is a commonly used laser treatment for ... glaucomatous eyes suffering from severe to end stage disease. The endocscopic form, known as endocyclophotocoagulation (ECP), is commonly used for earlier stage glaucoma and is often coupled with cataract surgery. This talk will focus on the basics of both transcleral as well as endocsopic CPC including patient vignettes and pearls for practice.
Fri
January 17, 2020
15:00-16:00 GMT/UTC
Surgical Correction of Presbyopia
Dr. John E. Downing
Kentucky, USA
We now have excellent predictability with IOL calculations and a variety of techniques and multifocal IOLs to help give our ... patients their best functional uncorrected postop vision. We need to customize the target refraction for each patient depending on their visual needs. Dr. Downing will discuss the advantages in many patients of monovision or mini-monovision to minimize their need for spectacles if they want to see well without glasses as much as possible and are not good candidates for multifocal IOLs.

Thu
January 23, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Management of Common Neuro-ophthalmological Conditions
Dr. Karl Golnik
University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Recent publications have changed the management of several neuro-ophthalmic conditions. Topics will include optic neuritis ... and NMO, MOG, diagnostic evaluation of transient visual loss due to retinal arterial insufficiency, CRAO and BRAO and management of NAION.
Thu
January 30, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Preparing Our Low Vision Patients for Daily Living
Dr. Sarah Wassnig
London, United Kingdom
"There's nothing more that can be done" is hard for low vision patients to hear. Avoid this phrase and go the extra mile to help your patients stay as ... independent as possible. Join Dr Sarah Wassnig as she discusses how to help your low vision patients adapt their environment to maximise their vision, navigate their environment safely, and continue to enjoy their favourite activities.

Fri
February 7, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Trabeculectomy: Technique and Post-Operative Care
Dr. Wallace Alward
Director, Glaucoma Service, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, USA
This webinar will discuss the place for trabeculectomy in the management of glaucoma. It ... will outline the surgical techniques in detail. The normal post-operative management will be discussed as will complications and their management.
Fri
February 14, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Thyroid Eye Disease: Diagnosis and Management
Dr. Andrew Harrison
Director, Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery, University of Minnesota, USA
During this live webinar, we will discuss how to diagnose and treat patients with thyroid eye disease (TED). ... We will discuss current treatment options including surgical and non-surgical approaches.

Fri
February 21, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Modern Tools For Retinal Blastoma
Dr. Brian Marr
Columbia University Medical Center, New York, USA
During this live webinar, Dr. Marr will discuss currently used treatment modifiers for ... intraocular Retinal Blastoma.
Mon
February 24, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Live Surgical Demonstration: Basics of Macular Hole Surgery
Dr. David Miller
Vitreoretinal surgeon at Retina Associates of Cleveland, USA
Macular hole surgery has become highly successful in restoring vision for a once irreversible condition. We will stress ... the basics of obtaining successful outcomes for macular hole surgery, beginning with case selection, safe vitrectomy techniques, reproducible cost effective surgical techniques for ILM peeling, and post operative instructions.

Fri
March 6, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Fungal Keratitis
Dr. Aravind Roy
L V Prasad Eye Institute, India
Fungal keratitis is a common sight threatening cause of ocular morbidity in hot tropical climates. They are usually have a ... chronic presentation and predisposed to individuals who have sustained injury with vegetative matter, diabetics etc. The diagnosis is limited by lack of availability of microbiology laboratory services and corneal subspeciality care. Antifungal drugs are mainly fungistatic and limited by issues of bioavailability. The surgical modalities of treatment include intrastromal and intracameral injections, superficial keratectomy, tissue adhesives and penetrating keratoplasty. Our discussion on this topic will address clinical presentation, diagnosis, medical and surgical management options for fungal keratitis.
Fri
March 13, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Anatomy of the OCT Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Scan
Dr. Sowmya Srinivas
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire, USA
This live webinar will review the interpretation of an OCT scan for neuro-ophthalmic disorders including glaucoma. It will also ... include valuable tips for integrating this technology to your clinical practice using a case-based discussion.

Fri
March 20, 2020
14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC
Update on the Spectrum of Orbital Inflammatory Disorder
Dr. Vivian Yin
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
This webinar will review the diagnosis and management of infection and non-infection orbital inflammatory disorder, ... including IgG4 disease, granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Wegner’s), histiocytosis X, and idiopathic orbital inflammation. We will discuss the use of immunomoduators and typical regimen for each of the above disorders. The surgical approach and challenges for these diseases will also be addressed.
Thu
March 26, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Dispensing 101: How Do I Make Up the Spectacles
Dr. Sarah Wassnig
London, United Kingdom
"Join Dr Sarah Wassnig as she discusses fitting spectacle lenses, adjusting frames and making repairs. Learn about different ... lens materials, the latest lenses on the market, how to adjust frames with different materials, and how to troubleshoot poor fitting spectacles. For dispensing opticians needing a refresher on dispensing pearls and optometrists who are frequently required to work in the dispensing lab.

Thu
April 2, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Pediatric Uveitis
Dr. Christopher Tinley
The University of Cape Town, South Africa.
During this live webinar, Dr. Tinley will talk about uveitis in children in general, as well as its profile in Cape Town, South ... Africa. Dr. Tinley will specifically review the new guidelines on the treatment of JIA-associated uveitis: Update of the evidence based, interdisciplinary guideline for anti-inflammatory treatment of uveitis associated with juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Semin Arthritis Rheum. 2019 Aug;49(1):43-55. Lastly, Dr. Tinley will briefly discuss paediatric uveitic cataract and 'new frontiers' in uveitis management.
Fri
April 17, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Maximizing the Success of Trabeculectomy and Assessing the Post Op Filter
Dr. Jody R. Piltz-Seymour
Clinical Professor, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA
This webinar will review the basic steps of trabeculectomy and how to approach each step to minimize complications. We will ... then review how to assess the success of the trabeculectomy, how to determine the cause of post operative complications and how to treat any post operative complications.

Thu
April 23, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Treatment Options for Moderate to Advanced Glaucoma: A Case-Based Discussion
Dr. Malik Kahook, Dr. Husam Ansari & Dr. Pradeep Ramulu
Dr. Malik Y. Kahook, University of Colorado, USA
Dr. Husam Ansari, Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, USA
Dr. Pradeep Ramulu, Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, USA
During this highly-interactive panel webinar, a case presentation will be followed by a ... wide ranging discussion on treatment options for patients with moderate to advanced glaucoma. Topics will include optimizing medical treatment, laser therapy as well as incisional interventions for lowering intraocular pressure.
Thu
April 30, 2020
13:00-14:00 GMT/UTC
Humphrey Field Analyzer: What the Machine Does to the Patient
Dr. Siddharth Dikshit
L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), India
The Humphrey Field Analyzer has been one of the most commonly used diagnostic test for Glaucoma over many ... decades. For a better understanding of the diagnostic process we need to understand how the machine works. This will help us extract better compliance from the patient performing the test. The device, especially the software is evolving, and has brought many new features making it relevant in today's era. I would be talking about what the machine does to the eye being tested, how it responds to the trigger, or the lack of it, how this impacts the result and how the device is evolved over time.