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.
If you attend a Cybersight webinar for at least 80% of the scheduled time, and you have a Cybersight account, you will automatically receive a certificate of attendance 24 hours after the webinar ends.
Glaucoma Drainage Device Implants Made Easy
During this live webinar we will show different techniques of Glaucoma Drainage Device (GDD) Implants both valved and non-valved. We will also show the preferred surgical procedure. Surgical pearls will be discussed including common perioperative complications and how they can be avoided. In addition GDD implants in some challenging situations will be discussed.
Phacoemulsification Top Tips and Discussion of Medical Retina Cases
During this live webinar, Dr. Gupta will cover surgical and medical retina learning points from cases seen in the last 12 months. While supervising surgical residents during cataract phacoemulsification it occasionally becomes apparent that previous surgical habits do not quite work. Using video examples, we will review such cases and discuss techniques to help prevent a routine case becoming complex and ensuring a challenging case stays routine. Suggestions will be provided to make surgical flow better. In addition, a few learning points from medical retina cases will be discussed. The themes and will add to the teaching and nomenclature suggestions in Dr. Gupta’s previous Cybersight webinars.
Infection Prevention in Ophthalmic Nursing
Lori Pacheco, RN, CRNO
Monte Goldstein, MD, CMO
Tom Terranova, JD, MA, MBA
This live webinar will provide an overview of the essential steps taken to prevent infection in an ophthalmic surgical environment. During the first half of the presentation we will review infection control standards, TASS, sterile processing, and accreditation preparedness in a post-covid world through the lens of the ophthalmic nurse in a surgical environment. The second half of the webinar will be a panel discussion and exchange of viewpoints on infection control. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will be presented to the panel.
Safety & Maintenance of an Ophthalmology Laser
During this live webinar, we will discuss safety, maintenance & troubleshooting of a laser in an ophthalmology setting. The most commonly used 532-nano meter laser will be mainly talked about in this session.
How to Build a Retinoblastoma Program
During this live webinar, we will discuss barriers and solutions to building a regional retinoblastoma center of excellence. We will highlight programs that have succeeded in face of obstacles and celebrate their successes.
Amniotic Membrane Transplant (AMT)
During this upcoming webinar on Amniotic Membrane Transplant (AMT), we will learn about the layers of AM and their qualities, the role of AM on ocular surface, and various surgical techniques of AMT. Clinical cases will also be shared in various indications where AMT was done.
Malignant Glaucoma: From Mild to Major
During this webinar, we will discuss the varied presentations of malignant glaucoma, the proposed underlying mechanisms, as well as treatment strategies. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will also be discussed.
Specific Anterior Uveitis Entities
This talk will cover specific anterior uveitis entities, both infectious and non-infectious. We will start with the definition of anterior uveitis and discuss how to identify complications of anterior uveitis and discuss management of the uveitis and complications.
Uveitis: Paradigm-shifting Notes
During this live webinar, we will discuss a clinical approach to patients with uveitis. We shall lay the foundation of forming an accurate diagnosis with uveitis, complete “with the etiology part and everything”. The knowledge you will gain from this webinar is expected to break the ice and help you hit the ground running on your journey to provide a well-deserved high-quality service to this underprivileged sector of patients.
Surgical Solutions for Dislocated IOLs
During this live webinar, we will discuss causes, preoperative assessment, IOL exchange considerations, and techniques for maintaining and fixating the dislocated IOL. Questions received from registration and during the webinar will also be discussed.
Practical Approach to Retina OCT Interpretation 2022
During this live webinar, the following objectives will be discussed: Appreciate the advancement in optical coherence tomography technology, identify normal retina OCT, interpret retina OCT with a systematic approach, localize retina pathology, and form a differential diagnosis based on OCT.
Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology
Dr. Nicolas Jaccard
Dr. Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer
Dr. Pearse Keane
Dr. Chris Leung
Dr. Ciku (Wanjiku) Mathenge
Dr. Michael Abramoff
During this live webinar, a panel of global experts will present new developments in ophthalmic artificial intelligence (AI). Topics covered will include: best practices for data collection, regulatory hurdles in various global markets, and specific proposals for integrating AI into clinical practice. The session will conclude with a panel discussion including audience questions/answers to enhance the learning experience.
Improving & Expanding Surgical Education Systems through Accessible Technology
In many regions of the world, there are not enough faculty or mentors to provide adequate and safe surgical and clinical ophthalmology training. It is clear, that to reduce preventable global blindness, ophthalmologists often require augmented surgical training and development. This live webinar will discuss ways that basic technology can be used to help fill the educational gap in training ophthalmic surgeons.