As the ESCRS Congress marches forward, day three promises an array of engaging events, illuminating symposia, and interactive sessions that continue to captivate attendees with the latest advancements in the field of ophthalmology. With a carefully curated schedule, this day aims to provide insights, discussions, and immersive experiences that shape the future of eye care.
Scheduled from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM, the main symposium titled "Making Our Surgery Greener" takes center stage. In an era of heightened environmental consciousness, this symposium will delve into strategies and innovations that contribute to environmentally sustainable practices in the realm of ophthalmic surgery. Experts and thought leaders will share insights on reducing carbon footprint, optimizing resource utilization, and adopting eco-friendly technologies. Attendees can expect to gain a deeper understanding of how the field can contribute to a more sustainable future.
From 2.00 PM to 4.00 PM, the stage will be set for the Video Award, recognizing outstanding contributions in the field of ophthalmology through visual media. Following this, the Video Symposium on "Surgical Complications You Make The Call" will engage participants in decision-making scenarios related to surgical complications. This interactive session empowers attendees to analyze and determine appropriate courses of action, enhancing their clinical acumen.
Three insightful Workshops on Visual Optics will provide attendees with a hands-on exploration of this crucial aspect of ophthalmology. Additionally, several satellite symposia hosted by leading companies will shed light on cutting-edge technologies, products, and research findings.
The IME Symposium and JSCRS Symposium, both integral components of the day's itinerary, will offer platforms for in-depth discussions and knowledge exchange. Meanwhile, the Young Ophthalmologists Programme continues to nurture the next generation of eye care professionals, providing them with invaluable insights from mentors and experts.
Several LBI Masterclasses will cater specifically to residents and young ophthalmologists, enriching their skillsets and broadening their horizons. Four ESONT Courses will provide specialized education opportunities, offering attendees a chance to delve into specific areas of interest.
Three Free Paper Sessions will facilitate the dissemination of research findings and foster intellectual discussions. Four Wetlabs will offer hands-on training, allowing attendees to refine their surgical skills under expert guidance. Presented Poster Sessions provide a platform for researchers to showcase their work and engage in discussions with peers.
The bustling exhibition hall, open from 9.00 AM to 6.15 PM, remains a hub of activity. Attendees can explore the latest innovations, interact with industry experts, and engage with emerging technologies that are shaping the landscape of ophthalmology.