The 39th Indonesian Ophthalmologists Association (IOA) Annual Meeting will be held on 30 – 31 October and 1 November 2014 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia,
The estimated number of participants is between 1700 and 2000. Various faculties of experts are invited and will address various aspects of current and future ophthalmology. The participation of the trade exhibitors who will exhibit a wide array of the latest technology, pharmaceutical, and equipment make this meeting more prestigious.
In appreciation and recognition for member of INASCRS contributions to the success of the 26th APACRS annual meeting in 2013, APACRS offer three (3) travel grants for member of INASCRS to participate in the 27th APACRS Annual Meeting.
Each travel grant is worth USD1,300, comprising cash reimbursement of US$1,000 and waiver of registration fee of USD300.
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Dr. Hutauruk recently spearheaded the effort to develop a sand animation that explains the concept of wavefront to patients. "PowerPoint is not entertaining," Dr. Hutauruk said. "This is why I came up with the idea of 'Wavefront in the Sand' [the title of Dr. Hutauruk's explanatory video]."
The video, which was presented this year at the APACRS Film Festival in Singapore, has none of the bells and whistles of PowerPoint or even a TV video, but it does have an engaging artist's touch. "Sometimes patients don't pay attention to what I am showing them on TV," Dr. Hutauruk said. "But using the sand animation that I put in the waiting room, patients pay attention. They find it attractive, wondering, 'How can someone make pictures with the sand?' They say it is an amazing video."
The the 38th Annual Meeting of the Indonesian Ophthalmologists Association (IOA) which will be held on August 29 – 31 in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia, is in conjunction with the 13th National Congress of the IOA.