Satellite Meetings & Breakouts
Several committees or related organizations will hold meetings during the ACVO conference in Minneapolis. 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:
- ACVO Teaching and Learning Meeting
- Pharmaceutical Safety Studies Committee (details to come)
- Vitreous Society meeting
These courses and/or meetings will all be provided at no additional cost. Additionally, sessions focusing on sub-topics such as equine or exotics may also be available. Schedules will be available in July and will provide complete information.
ACVO Teaching and Learning Meeting
Thursday, September 27th, 2018 5:30pm - 7:00pm | Nicollet A-C
Organizer: Dr. Margie Gilmour
Speaker: Dr. Laura Molgaard, University of Minnesota
"Workplace-based assessment: Opportunities to improve feedback and evaluation of learners through Competency-Based Education"
The ACVO Teaching and Learning meeting hosts topics that specifically focus on veterinary ophthalmology education. It provides a venue for ophthalmologists to share teaching and learning strategies, and to hear education presentations from outside speakers with an expertise in general and clinical education.
Pharmaceutical Safety Studies Committee
Organizer: Dr. Brian Gilger
The committee will meet to discuss progress on previous objectives and address new business. Please contact Dr. Gilger with any questions regarding the committee meeting.
- Report on SOT in Baltimore, 2017.
- Discuss SOT meeting - future attendance discussion
- Update on ACVO Ocular Tox Standards text, Dr. Brian Gilger, editor.
- New business: committee recruitment, website content volunteers for ACVO, etc.
To address issues and concerns of members of the ACVO regarding ophthalmic pharmaceutical and/or toxicology consulting. 1) increase awareness of the pharmaceutical industry and contract research organizations about the specialty of veterinary ophthalmology, 2) protect the public by encouraging participation of trained veterinary ophthalmologists in studies of investigational drugs and devices, 3) establish standards for ophthalmic examinations in pharmaceutical and toxicological studies.