New Zealand 2008 Program

February 20 - Wednesday

  1800 - 2000

Welcome Reception at Millbrook Resort

 

February 21 Thursday

  0830 - 1000

SCREENING FOR GLAUCOMA - WHAT DO WE KNOW AND WHAT STUDIES DO WE NEED?
Levels of screening in the developed and developing worlds

  Chairs: PAUL FOSTER, MAKOTO ARAIE
  1000 - 1030 Break
  1030 - 1200 DIAGNOSIS OF GLAUCOMA - WHEN IS EARLY DIAGNOSIS IMPORTANT? WHAT IS THE STANDARD IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD?
  Chairs: LINDA ZANGWILL, DAVID GARWAY-HEATH
  1200 - 1300 Luncheon
  1300 - 1430 JUDGING PROGRESSION OF GLAUCOMA - IS IT NECESSARY TO FOLLOW BOTH STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OR IS ONE ENOUGH?
  Chairs: BALWANTRAY CHAUHAN, ANDERS HEIJL
  1430 - 1730 Business Meeting

 

February 22 Friday

  0800 - 1000 MEDICAL TREATMENT OF GLAUCOMA– RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE DEVELOPED AND UNDERDEVELOPED WORLD
  Chairs:

RAVI THOMAS, ANJA TUULONEN

  1000 - 1030 Break
  1030 - 1200

Presentation by Society Nominees and Free Papers

  Nominees: DONALD BUDENZ, STEFANO GANDOLFI, MARTIN WAX
  1200 - 2200 Afternoon Tour: Dart River followed by Dinner at a local Winery

 

February 23 Saturday

  0800 - 1000 BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH IN GLAUCOMA AND FREE PAPERS
  Chairs:

REMO SUSANNA, CLAUDE BURGOYNE

  1000 - 1030 Break
  1030 - 1200 WHAT IS WORLDWIDE GLAUCOMA CARE AND HOW CAN RESEARCH IMPROVE IT?
  Chairs: HARRY QUIGLEY, RAMANJIT SIHOTA
  1200 - 1300 Luncheon
  1300 - 1400 GOLDMANN LECTURE: Dr George Spaeth MD
  1400 - 1430 Break
  1430 - 1600 SURGICAL TREATMENT OF GLAUCOMA - ARE WE DOING TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE? 
  Chairs: DON MINCKLER, FRANZ GREHN
  1900 - 0000 Gala Dinner at Walter Peak High Country Farm