Canadian Ophthalmology Residents Society

Friday June 29, 2012, 1330-1715
Pier 4/5

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Assess and compare practice opportunities when transitioning from residency to practice.
  • Understand differences in practice setups and how that can affect both job satisfaction and overall quality of life.
  • Apply the knowledge gained to understand which practice setups may suit their strengths and needs at different stages of their careers.

Andrew G. Lee, MD
Dan Rootman
Tom Gonder

1330Opening remarks
13352011 CORS Resident Survey results
1342Academic practice
Vivek Patel
1355Ophthalmology in a small urban centre
Todd Buglass
1408Solo practice
V. Moss Weinstock
1421Associate in a group practice
Bryce Ford
1434Managing a group practice
Baseer Khan
1447The job hunt: tips from a department head perspective
Jeff Hurwitz
1545How to use ophthalmology outside of your regular practice (International Ophthalmology, Volunteer Opportunities)
Gordon Douglas
1600What every teacher/learner in ophthalmology needs to know about the multigenerational workplace
Andrew G. Lee
1700Closing remarks

Andrew G. Lee
Andrew G. Lee, MD