To all Persons interested in Uveitis
The recent International Symposium on Uveitis, planned from the International Uveitis Society Group (IUSG) for Singapore in the middle of July 2020, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting was planned for experts and also for beginners, leading them to an easy way to understand uveitis in all its aspects.
One of the few “better” aspects of the pandemic is that we have learned how to organize and then to optimize webinars, The IUSG is now offering you an extended program, starting in January 2021.
The program will consist of 5 sessions about “Basic Uveitis”, followed by app. 30 more specialized topics. Each session will take 2 hours. The speakers are highly selected, most of them members of the IUSG. We plan to have the sessions always on Saturday around 2 pm (CET). Each course participation will result in CME points.
You will receive the individual participation code app. 3 days before the planned date of the webinar.
After the webinar you will be able to download a questionnaire (informing us about the quality of the webinar). Sending back will allow you to download your CME points.
We cordially invite you and your friends to join this course of webinars which will be free of costs for each participant.
Hope to meet you online soon
ANTERIOR AND INTERMEDIATE UVEITIS
S.Phaik Chee, D.Goldstein, M.Zierhut
M.deSmet, F.Arevalo, A.Okada
S.Androudi, N.Sen, M.Zierhut
HLA-B27 AND UVEITIS
P.McClusky, D.Wakefield, J.Rosenbaum(TBC)
VIRAL ANTERIOR UVEITIS
S.Phaik Chee, J.de Groot-Mijnes, U.Pleyer, D.Goldstein
V.Gupta, J.Kempen, R.Agarwal, S.Mehta
CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF OCULAR SARCOIDOSIS
M.Mochizuki, Q.D.Nguyen, J.Smith
DD AND MULTIMODULAR IMAGING
F.Pichi, E.Carreño Salas, M.Munk, A. Invernizzi, A.Agarwal