Clinical Day programme

McGill Clinical Day Schedule

Saturday, June 5, 2021

Overall Program Objectives

  • Compare methods of orbital imaging and their role in clinical practice
  • Discuss the impact of recent developments in ocular and periocular malignancies as well as thyroid orbitopathy
  • Assess tumours of the lid and orbit and develop an approach to diagnosis and management
  • Build on current approaches of surgical management of common lid and orbital pathologies
  • Assessment, imaging and surgical decision making for orbital trauma
  • Contrast traditional and novel treatment approaches to functional and aesthetic lid abnormalities

Schedule

8:30AM – 8:40AM

Welcome Remarks

Dr. Leonard Levin, Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Dr. Hady Saheb, Chair, McGill Clinical Day

8:40AM – 9:10AM

Dr. Stephen Fichman Lecture: Has the Age of Targeted TED Treatment ArrivedDr. Michael Kazim

 

Discussion

1. Understand the natural history of Thyroid Eye Disease

2. Learn the results of treatment trials for Thyroid Eye Disease

3. Understand the treatment options based on disease activity and severity

9:10AM – 9:25AM

Lid Lesions: Malignant vs. Benign – Dr. Chantal Ares

9:25AM – 9:40AM

Neo-Adjuvant Treatment for Ocular and Periocular Tumours – Dr. Christian El-Hadad

9:40AM – 9:55AM

Penetrating Orbital Trauma – Dr. Bryan Arthurs

9:55AM – 10:15AM

Discussion

10:15AM – 10:45AM

Break

10:45AM – 10:50AM

Dr. Sue Lindley Recognition

10:50AM – 11:05AM

SECTION 3 - Management of Pediatric EpiphoraDr. Marcele Falcao

11:05AM – 11:20AM

SECTION 3 - Endoscopic Visualization of the Nasacrimal System: Cradle to Grave Dr. Conrad Kavalec

11:20AM – 11:30AM

Discussion

11:30AM – 11:50AM

Break

11:50AM – 12:20PM

Dr. Dario Lorenzetti Lecture: Periocular Rejuvenation: Topicals, Injections and Devices – Dr. Wendy Lee

1. Evaluate patients for periocular rejuvenation and choose appropriate treatments.
2. Demonstrate proper treatment technique with injectables and devices.
3. Discuss different treatment options and identify potential risks.

Discussion

12:20PM – 12:50PM

SECTION 3 – Case Presentations: What Would the Expert Do?
Dr. Daniel Peretz, Dr. Georges Nassrallah

Discussion

12:50PM – 1:00PM

Conclusion

Accreditation Statement

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) and an Accredited Self-Assessment Program (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and a Recognized Professional Development and Assessment Activity (Categories A and B) as defined by the Collége des médecins du Québec. This activiy was approved by the direction de Dévelopment professionnel continu (DDPC) of the Fédération des médecins specialists due Québec.

The DDPC recognizes 3,75 hours of participation for the entire activity. You may claim a maximum of 2 Section 1 / Recognized Professional Development Activity (Category A) hours and a maximum of 1,75 Section 3 / Recognized Assessment Activity (Category B) hour.

Participants should claim a number of hours consistent with their attendance.

Organizing Committee

Hady El-Saheb, MD, MPH, Chair, McGill Ophthalmology Day (Clinical Day)

Kelly Forgala, Event Manager (Clinical Day)

Scientific Committee

Leonard A. Levin, MD, PhD (Chair, McGill Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences)

Mahshad Darvish, MDCM, MBA

John Galic, MD

Bryan Arthurs, MD

Christian El-Hadad, MD, CM, FRCSC

 

If you have any questions, please contact mcgillday.ophthalmology [at] mcgill.ca .

 

  • Le programme a été élaboré conjointement avec l’Association des médecins ophtalmologistes du Québec de manière à respecter les principes d’intégrité, d’objectivité et d’équilibre scientifiques.
  • Ce congrès scientifique est réservé aux ophtalmologistes, aux résidents en ophtalmologie et aux étudiants en médecine.
  • DIVULGATION DE CONFLITS D’INTÉRÊTES POTENTIELS : Tout conflit d’intérêt sera divulgué par le comité scientifique, les présentateurs.trices et les personnes ressources lors des présentations.
  • Cette activité est admissible aux allocations de ressourcement prévues à l’Annexe 44

     

Énoncé de mission du Comité de DPC-AMOQ 
 

Le Comité de développement professionnel continue (DPC) de l’Association des médecins ophtalmologistes du Québec (AMOQ) s’est donné pour mandat d’assurer le maintien des connaissances professionnelles et d’améliorer les compétences transverses des membres de l’Association dans le but d’offrir à la population du Québec les meilleurs standards de qualité en ce qui a trait à la pratique de l’ophtalmologie.

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