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Seeking Video Cases

The ASCRS Cataract Clinical Committee is in search of video cases for the Complicated and Challenging Cases in Cataract Surgery Video Symposium during the 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, April 23 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm. Submissions are open from December 1, 2021 – February 21, 2022.

Video Submissions:

  • Submit video of your unusual and challenging cases involving any aspect of phaco, femtosecond cataract surgery and IOLs from your practice here.
  • Your submission must be no longer than 5 minutes. 
  • Your video must be submitted as an MPEG or Windows Media file (.wmv). 
  • A maximum of two PowerPoint slides should be included with your submission:
    • Slide 1: Include the title and financial interest disclosure.
    • Slide 2: Include a brief case history.
      • If your video will not include narration, please note this in the PowerPoint slide.

The selection criteria for the videos to be presented live at the ASCRS Annual Meeting will emphasize clinical and educational merit. If your case is selected, you will have 5 minutes to describe the clinical aspects of the case. The Cataract Clinical Committee panel will discuss the case, the audience will vote, and the panel will award “The Golden Apple” to the best teaching case.

Please contact Carrie Braden, cbraden@ascrs.org, with any questions.

Seeking YES Video Cases

The ASCRS Young Eye Surgeon (YES) Clinical Committee is in search of resident and fellow video cases for the “Good to Great Surgeon: Working Through Complications Video Symposium” during the 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, April 23 from 1:30–3:00 p.m. ET. Submissions are open from December 8–January 31.

Video Submission Information

  • Submit your complication video cases involving any aspect of anterior segment surgery from your program here
  • Your submission should be no longer than 4 minutes.
  • Requested file format is MP4.
  • A maximum of two PowerPoint slides should be included:
    • 1) A title and financial interest disclosure slide
    • 2) A brief case history

The selection criteria for the videos to be presented live at the ASCRS Annual Meeting will emphasize clinical and educational merit. If your video is selected, you will be asked to discuss the case live with the panel at the symposium in Washington, D.C. 

Please contact Kristine Coan, kcoan@ascrs.org, with any questions.