Conference Registration

Conference pre-registration is now closed, please register on site in Baltimore at the registration desk.

General Conference Registration includes: Proceedings Book or USB Drive, CE certificate (15-20 hours), participation in the Welcome Reception, Friday ACVO Reception - also celebrating our 10th anniversary of the National Service Animal event,  access to all General Sessions and topic-specific sessions, access to the Exhibit Hall, breakfasts and breaks. Online access to presentations for three months post-conference.

Cancellation Policy
REQUESTS FOR REFUNDS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING. Refund schedule: Full refund minus 10% administrative fee prior to August 15th, 50% refunds August 16th – September 14th. No refunds available on or after September 15th. No refunds for no-shows, however, medical cancellations will be evaluated on a case by case basis.

 

Registration Rates

Early: May-July / Late: on or After August 1st


Additional Courses & Fees

We're excited to offer several topic specific courses this year including cutting edge scientific abstract presentations, poster sessions, Residents’ Workshop, Keynote Speaker lecture on ocular tumors , General Practitioners’ course and Ocular Oncology course.

General Practitioners' Practical Ophthalmology Course

Includes separate proceedings, 8.5 hours CE, continental breakfast, lunch, break, exhibit hall entrance and three months online access to recorded sessions. Registration for the general conference is not necessary to attend this course. Late fees are not charged, but pre-registration for the course closes on September 15th, 2016

Regular Rate: $225

*Student Rate: $112.50

*To secure the student rate, a letter must be received from a mentor or current professor prior to September 15th.

Ocular Oncology

Registration fee includes a 4-hour CE certificate, breakfast before the course, and coffee break refreshments.

Members: $195

Non-Members:$220

Technicians/Residents/Interns:$170


Satellite Meetings & Breakouts

Several committees or related organizations will hold meetings during the ACVO conference in Baltimore. Our goal is to provide a description of the focus of each meeting or supplemental educational session over the summer. Currently these will include, the following:

Vitreous Society, Pharmaceutical Safety Studies Committee, Comparative Ocular Surface Disease Workshop, International Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology and a focus group meeting on education. These courses and/or meetings will all be provided at no additional cost. Learn More...


Post Conference Recordings

We will again be offering access to post-conference digital recordings. Access will be free for paid attendees of the conference for up to three months. The code will be provided to attendees immediately post-conference.

Non-attendees may also purchase access to these presentations. Registration for access and pricing will be available mid-November.

ACVO Members will receive complimentary access three months post meeting.

Continuing education credits are not offered through this online service due to varying state laws.

Purchase access to the General Practitioners' Applied Ophthalmology Courses today!

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Purchase access to the 2011-Current courses online