September 15-17, 2016
Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario
Chair: Emmett Cunningham Jr, MD, PhD, MPH
Co-chair: Chloe Gottlieb, MD
Join us for the 48th Annual Sally Letson Symposium for two and a half days of learning and networking!
This year's symposium will be chaired by Dr. Emmett Cunnigham, Director of the Uveitis Service at California Pacific Medical Center and Adjunct Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine. A renowned international faculty has been recruited for this event and record attendance is expected. Over the years the Sally Letson Symposium has grown from a handful of registrants to more than 800, and the symposium has become one of the two principle ophthalmic meetings in Canada.
The focused topic of the 2016 Sally Letson Symposium is Uveitis. This broad topic will be thoroughly presented by a prestigious faculty of experts and thought leaders. Speakers will review the diagnosis and management of the more commonly encountered uveitic disorders. Emerging disease entities, new approaches to multimodal imaging and an overview of new treatments will also be highlighted.
Ophthalmologists of all practice profiles, fellows, residents, medical students, optometrists, nurses and allied ophthalmic health personnel.
Program learning objectives
- List the major causes, the natural history and the clinical features of uveitic disorders.
- Discuss the use of laboratory testing in uveitis.
- Discuss the use of multimodal imaging in uveitis.
- Implement the various approaches to treating uveitis, including the use of corticosteroids, non-corticosteroid immunosuppressive agents and surgery.