Seven Subspecialty Day meetings will take place in New Orleans, Nov. 10 and 11.
Find more information about registering and making hotel reservations.
Review the AAO 2017 Program Highlights brochure (PDF 1MB).
Use the Mobile Meeting Guide to find program information, including abstracts, handouts, posters and videos. No need to visit the app store! The Mobile Meeting Guide is a web-based app that you can access through your web browser on any device that is connected to the internet.
You will need to log in with your AAO account. Alternatively, you can use your badge number/AAO ID or create a guest account. Forgot your aao.org email or password?
Learn more about how to use the Mobile Meeting Guide.
Review the Meeting Program (PDF 9MB), a condensed program for AAO 2017 and Subspecialty Day.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Review CME information including:
Review the Academy's policies and disclaimers for meeting content and presenters.
As a reminder, children are not admitted to Subspecialty Day or Academy annual meeting scientific sessions, instruction courses or any other aspect of the Scientific Program due to the scientific nature of the educational programs and the Academy's desire to maintain an environment conducive to learning.
Daniel S. Durrie, MD
Maria M. Aaron, MDJulia A. Haller, MDFrancis S. Mah, MDR. Michael Siatkowski, MDKuldev Singh, MDNicholas J. Volpe, MD
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