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AAO Academy 2017 Boston - American Academy of Optometry
The American Academy of Optometry’s Annual Meeting provides a diverse array of groundbreaking research in optometry and vision science and relevant education on the latest practices.
To provide the highest quality continuing education and the most current vision science research, the Academy's annual meeting includes nearly 300 hours of Lectures & Workshops, symposia, and scientific lecture and poster presentations over 4 days. The Academy's Annual Meeting provides a diverse array of groundbreaking research in optometry and vision science and relevant education on the latest practices. The Annual Meeting also features an extensive exhibit hall displaying a variety of optometric products and services.
Who can attend?
The Annual Meeting is open to optometrists, vision scientists, ophthalmologists, students, and anyone else who may be interested in optometric continuing education and research.
Reasons to Attend Academy 2017
# 1. Get the CE Credits You Need
Obtain up to 35 hours COPE approved CE credit, all in one meeting! We’ve designed our program so you don’t have to pre-register for courses in advance or pay per credit hour.
# 2. Enhance Your Practice
Stay up to date on techniques and practices to improve your level of patient care. Whether you’re a new graduate or a seasoned practitioner, this meeting provides the critical information you need.
# 3. Network and Connect
From the exhibit hall to the exciting social events, this meeting offers a host of opportunities to build your network of fellow clinicians, vision scientists, and industry professionals.
# 4. Be on the Cutting Edge
Our program lineup includes top-notch scientific research as well as practical and clinically relevant information. The exhibit hall also enables you to access the latest optometric products and technology.
Experience a First-Class Exhibit Hall!
Stop by the Exhibit Hall to see all the latest technologies and services our exhibitors have to offer! Talk with company representatives on how their products can make your practice grow.
This is the most comprehensive optometry meeting in the world and represents the full spectrum of optometry leaders, vision science professionals and decision-makers. Your participation at this meeting offers unequalled opportunities to be present among other leaders in the eye care industry and to showcase your products and services to the vision science community.
For your organization this presents a unique exhibiting opportunity that will allow you to:
• Reach new prospects
• Create and promote awareness of your products and services
• Increase sales and ROI
• Demonstrate equipment to key buyers
• Reap the benefits of face to face time with customers
The Academy’s Annual Meeting provides the highest quality continuing education for attendee that is designed for their specialty and interests, focused on best practices and the most current vision science research.
To achieve their objectives, our attendees seek practical solutions from organizations and companies like yours, that exhibit the latest products and innovations.
Founded in 1922, the American Academy of Optometry is committed to promoting the art and science of vision care through lifelong learning.
The optometry field is constantly changing. To provide the highest quality continuing education and the most current vision science research, the Academy's annual meeting includes nearly 300 hours of Lectures & Workshops, symposia, and scientific lecture and poster presentations over 4 days. And, besides all that, the Academy is FUN!
There may be many networking opportunities at the AAO Academy 2017 Boston - American Academy of Optometry. Find out more in the event details below.
AAO - American Academy of Optometry
2909 Fairgreen Street
Orlando, FL 32803
in Vision Science, Optometry Students, Other Professionals
Past Attendee Statistics:
56% Optometrists and Vision Scientists
3% Other Professionals
American Academy of Optometry (AAO)
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