Infections are unwelcome in any healthcare set up more so in Ophthalmology where the target tissues are inaccessible to conventional routes of antibiotic administration.
IC106 – ECONOMICS, EFFICIENCY, ETHICS OF MANAGING A SUCCESSFUL OPHTHALMIC TRAINING & OPHTHALMIC PRACTICE
Dr. R B Goyal [G04911] - Jaipur
The objective of this interactive course is to discuss issues pertaining to ophthalmic training & practices that include strategic planning, economics, eciency in running day to day ophthalmic practiceethically, and ophthalmology enhancement, advertising/marketing counsel and practice cost-containment,along with optometric co-management programs, merger/acquisition drives.
IC169 – WHAT AFTER RESIDENCY? FELLOWSHIPS, FRCS, FICO, TRAINING ABROAD AND CAREER OPTIONS – HOW & WHY?
Dr. Meenakshi Gopalakrishnan [M05414] - Chennai
Often times, ophthalmologists fresh out of residency are in a confused state of mind with many options available: private practice, institutional practice, fellowships, additional qualifying exams, or further training abroad.
Dr. Kirti Singh [K04958] - New Delhi
The basic investigations in ophthalmology are the key stones in managing common ophthalmological problems.nDue to differing levels of training imparted to our postgraduate students in this diverse country, the skillsm in interpreting and performing these investigations are not standardized.
Dr. Nirmal Fredrick T [N07958] - Chennai
We have been witnessing major changes in our approach towards Operation Theatre Techniques towards achieving effective Infection control.
Dr. Deepak Mishra [M12337] - Varanasi
Research paper writing is one of the toughest points in academic life, but it is necessary to write and documents the clinical studies, reviews and case reports.
IC276 – LOW COST SOLUTION FOR HIGH DEFINITION SURGICAL VIDEO AND SLIT LAMP VIDEO IMAGING WITH EDITING
Dr. Ayan Mohanta [M09320] - Parganas
We as surgeons always strive for excellence in terms of surgical output. Many a times we encounter surgical cases which should have deserved a place in a scientic forum or a video channel, for its merit. But lack of good recording facility is a hindrance.
Dr. Surya Gupta [G12556] - Kolkata
This IC borders on a horror show, where the instructors show a bouquet of cases from various sub-specialities eliciting varied nightmare situations in ophthalmology.
Dr. Sood Devindra [S07101] - New Delhi
As clinicians looking at the optic disc we must three basic questions 1) Is this optic disc physiologically normal 2) Is there a glaucomatous / non glaucomatous damage 3) Has there been a change over time. These are simple questions, yet the answer may be elusive. If there is a change in the visual fields it would be need to be co related with the optic disc. If not, then other pathology would need to be identified.
Dr. Prajna Lalitha [P09947] - Madurai
Ocular infections like corneal ulcers, endophthalmitits and cellulitis are ocular emergencies for which treatment must be started immtely.