ASCRS Clinical Education
ASCRS empowers Anterior Segment Surgeons to improve the vision, outcomes and quality of life for their patients through innovative approaches to education. Explore ASCRS's library of over 1,000 on demand educational resources to start learning today.
New in CME 24/7: A Taste of ASCRS 2023
Experience the best of ASCRS education
Join program co-chairs and faculty for an online CME 24/7 activity where you’ll gain pearls you can put into practice on day one. Captured at the 2023 ASCRS Summer Meeting, this program is designed to offer a "taste" of the best education ASCRS has to offer.
Earn up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by participating in the nine sections in this online program.Learn More
Latest ASCRS Grand Rounds
Ophthalmology Quicksand Chronicles Podcast: Latest Episodes
Bring Your Own Case.... Glaucoma Style!
This new program will discuss principles for adjusting and optimizing phaco machine settings for both routine and complex cases. Special attention will be given to surgical strategies for rock hard cataracts and complicated cases.
Mastering the Mysteries of Lid Margin Disease- Your Questions Answered!
The Mastering the Mysteries of Lid Margin Disease- Your Questions Answered! Program will cover existing and upcoming technologies, treatments, and devices.
Up and Coming Glaucoma Procedures: Almost Ready for Prime Time
Join moderators Leon Herndon, MD and Nathan Radcliffe, MD as they and expert faculty discuss the new and emerging options in glaucoma procedures and treatments.
2023 Winning Films
View the first place winning scientific films from the 2023 Annual ASCRS Film Festival.
2024 ASCRS Annual Meeting On Demand
The ASCRS Annual Meeting On Demand provides physician meeting registrants with unprecedented digital access to the 2024 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Boston, MA.
- View over 200 sessions on-demand, including main stage sessions, symposia, instructional courses, papers, and more.
- Explore hundreds of films and posters by name or by clinical topic and view the 42nd Annual Film Festival Ceremony recording.
- Earn up to 32 CME credits for viewing live and on-demand educational content during the evaluation period.
CME Webinar: Collaboration in Complex Cataract Cases
This webinar is jointly offered by the Retina Committee and Challenging/Complicated Cataract Surgery Subcommittee. Join us for a collaborated discussion with multi-specialty surgeons as they review cases of anterior segment with retina pathology or history of retina surgery.
Credits: By completing this activity you will earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Activity Expiration Date: June 30, 2024
Latest YES Connect Webinars
The YES Clinical Committee hosts monthly YES Connect Webinars on non-clinical topics that are relevant specifically to the YES audience.
View the latest YES Connect webinars below.
ASCRS Clinical Alert
ASCRS Clinical Advisory on Intracameral Moxifloxacin Injection for Infection Prophylaxis
Purpose of this Advisory
Moxifloxacin solution is frequently injected at the conclusion of cataract surgery for endophthalmitis prophylaxis. Two different concentrations are commonly available in the United States (U.S.) for intracameral (IC) use: 0.5% [5 mg/mL] and 0.1% [1 mg/mL]. The recommended volume to be injected is different for the two concentrations, and incorrect dosing can increase the risk of toxic anterior segment syndrome (TASS) or endophthalmitis.Learn More
ASCRS Task Force
ASCRS Consensus Statement on Vuity
Douglas Rhee, MD, Cathleen McCabe, MD, Leon Herndon, MD, Rajesh Rao, MD
On August 16, 2022, the Prescribing Information for VUITY (pilocarpine hydrochloride ophthalmic solution) 1.25% was updated following a voluntary submission by Allergan, an AbbVie company, to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). New information has now been included in the Warnings and Precautions, Postmarketing Experience, and Patient Counseling Information sections.Learn More
Practical Guides for the Cataract Surgeon
ASCRS Focus on Cataract provides one location where ASCRS members can find a wealth of education on specific cataract surgical techniques and complications. Explore the latest cataract topics below.
Scleral Fixation of Intraocular Lenses
In this new 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a selection of surgical videos and publications covering the various scleral fixation techniques and complications.
Light Adjustable Lens
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources on the light adjustable lens, which can be adjusted in the eye postoperatively in order to optimize refractive outcomes for difficult cases.
Surgical Management of Hard Cataracts
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources on the management of hard cataracts in order to minimize your chance of surgical complications.Explore Now
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources focused on when to perform an IOL exchange as well as the surgical techniques associated with IOL exchange.Explore Now
Capsular Support: Rings, Hooks, and More
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore educational resources about the variety of capsular support devices available to today's cataract surgeon.Explore Now
Posterior Capsule Rupture
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore the surgical videos and additional resources on posterior capsule rupture to assist in your surgical preparation.Explore Now
Phacoemulsification: Tips & Techniques
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore the variety of phaco resources to learn about new surgical techniques, fluidics, machine settings and more.Explore Now
Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS)
In this updated 2022 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources focused on the importance of MSICS and keys to mastering this technique.Explore Now
Each month, EyeWorld Magazine provides vital clinical reporting to 22,000 ophthalmologists around the world. EyeWorld Week delivers up–to–the–minute news via a weekly e-newsletter to all ASCRS members.
Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (JCRS)
The Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (JCRS), a preeminent peer-reviewed monthly ophthalmology publication, is the official journal of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
Washington Watch Weekly
Washington Watch Weekly provides weekly updates on the latest actions, rulings, and activities in the areas of advocacy, legislative, regulatory, MACRA, and more. Read Washington Watch Weekly on the ASCRS website, or receive weekly e-mails directly to your inbox.
Everything in ophthalmology happens through ASCRS. It is the perfect place to collaborate with colleagues and industry, learn new techniques and skills, and stay at the forefront of our medical specialty.
2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting Evaluation