Programme


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TimeSessionModeratorsSpeakers
8.00 - 09.00Paediatic CataractDominique Brémond-Gignac

Paolo Nucci
Roberto Caputo - Cataract in Uveitis

Marta Morales - Infant Cataract Surgery

Erick Bothun - Toddler cataract surgery

Hannah Scanga - how to assess genetics of paed cataract

Darius Hildebrand - IOL calculation
9.00 - 10.00Intermittent ExotropiaManon Maassen

Richard Hertle
Max Serafino - What classification I use

Saurabh Jain - Surgical treatment of intermittent exotropia: what should we aim for?

Fatema Rajab - surgical modalities: what works best in my hands

Oriel Spierer - The Efficacy of Unilateral Lateral Rectus Recession for Moderate-angle Exotropia in Young Children

Ramesh Kekunnaya - Five unusual scenarios in intermittent exotropia
10.00 - 10.10Coffee Break
10.10 - 11.00Symposium
11.00 - 12.00Free Paper Session Asimina Mataftsi

Amgad Eldib
12.00 - 12.55Strabismus Syndromes Ramesh Kekunnaya

Rita Gama
Hannah Scanga - Genetics of dysinnervation syndromes

Pinar Topcu -Top 5 pearls in the management of CFEOM

Luis Cardenas - Management options for Brown syndrome

Angela Fernandez - Surgical tips for the management of Duane syndrome

Ellen Mitchell - Paediatric Ocular myasthenia
13.10 - 14.00Lunch/Symposium
14.10 - 15.10Paediatric CorneaKen Nischal

Erin Stahl
Annegret Dahlmann-Noor - BKC

Eduardo Silva - Genetics of corneal disease

Muralidhar Ramappa - paediatric keratoplasty

Sunil Morekar - corneal neurotization

Parth Shah - Collagen cross-linking in children and development delay in adults
15.10 - 16.10Innovations in AmblyopiaDavid Granet

Manca Tekavčič Pompe
Yair Morad - Perceptual learning exercises to improve vision in adult amblyopia and nystagmus - the Shamir Medical Center Study

Preeti Patil - Amblyopia management today: a review of the latest advances and comparisons to Gold standards

Alki Liasis - use of electrophysiology for amblyopia detection

Pedro Meneres - eliminating amblyopia is possible

Anna Horwood - The Actual Costs of Screening
16.10 - 16.20Coffee Break
16.20 - 17.20MyopiaAndrzej Grzybowski

Susan Cotter

Rishikesh Mayee - Comparative Analysis of Myopia Progression in Children in Pre-pandemic and Pandemic Period

Mark Bullimore- Myopia Control: Can we apply results from East Asia to other populations?

Ian Morgan - From hyperopic reserve to myopia: a new model of refractive development.

Kathy Rose - latest on time outdoors for the prevention of myopia

Susan Cotter - Myopic Shift in Refractive Error with Overminus Lens Treatment for Children with Intermittent Exotropia
17.20 - 17.45Keynote LecturePaolo Nucci - congenital cataract surgery
17.45 - 18.45Video VaultsRichard Hertle

Maria Concepcion Guirao Navarro
Erin Stahl

Marije Sminia

Samer Hamada

Kianti Darusman

Aldo Vagge

Gino Catena

Eva Gajdosova

Chiara Morini

Goura Chattannavar

Andrea Dellavalle

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All abstracts MUST be submitted in the presenting author’s name. Any abstract without an assigned presenter may not be considered for review.

 

Please create ONE account only.

All Free Paper, Poster and Video submissions must be made online by the deadline, 10th June 2022.

Each author may submit a maximum of 2 abstracts in any one category (Free Papers, Posters, Videos).

You must ensure to indicate what type of abstract you are submitting.

Once you have submitted your abstract you will be sent an automated confirmation email.

Submitters can edit their abstracts up to the deadline by logging back into the Call for Papers section online.

 

All abstracts will initially be reviewed, graded and accepted or rejected by the Executive Bureau. The Bureau reserves the right to determine whether a submission is accepted as an oral presentation or a poster. The decision of the Bureau is final.

 

If an abstract is accepted for presentation, the first author must undertake to present it. The presenter must be a registered delegate at the subspecialty day and pay all applicable fees.

 

Failure to present without prior notice may influence future acceptance of presentations.

 

All abstracts selected will be posted online at www.wspos.org. The abstract will appear exactly as submitted.

 

All submitted free paper and poster abstracts must be in English and follow the structured format below:

 

• Title

• Purpose (max 100 words)

• Setting/Venue (max 50 words)

• Methods (max 100 words)

• Results (max 100 words)

• Conclusions (max 100 words)

• Financial Disclosure

 

– The summary of results presented must be given in sufficient detail to support the conclusions.

 

– The Bureau will only accept abstracts with final results or conclusions.

 

– References and credits cannot be included as part of an abstract.

 

– Formulae should, in general, be avoided.

 

– When using abbreviations or acronyms for the first time, care should be taken to spell them out in full with the abbreviation in parentheses after the full word/s the first time it appears in the text.

 

– The abbreviation should be used alone thereafter.

 

– Indicate whether the presenting author or any co-author has a financial interest in the subject matter or receives money from any mentioned company.

 

 

Free Papers & Poster Presentations will be considered on the following themes:

 

• Anterior Segment / External Disease

• Amblyopia & Vision Screening / Testing

• Cataract

• Genetics

• Glaucoma

• Low vision / Vision Rehabilitation

• Neuro – Ophthalmology

• Orbit and Lids

• Other

• Retina / Uveitis

• Strabismus / Nystagmus

• Surgical Techniques

 

Electronic Poster Presentations

Authors must present their Poster as a maximum of 8 Powerpoint slides. On acceptance of a Poster Abstract for presentation, the author will be fully informed of the process for the submission and display of their presentation.

 

Video Submissions

Video submissions must be a maximum of 3 minutes long and demonstrate a surgical technique or show clinical signs.

Please note that after the submission deadline we will send you a specific link to submit your video.

Videos must be in English.

 

If you choose to submit an abstract, we will use your personal details to keep you updated on its status including whether it has been accepted for presentation at the Subspecialty Day and will be sent to a third party Audio Visual Company in order for them to contact you in relation to uploading your presentation

 

 

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