The third A.E.O meeting was held in Amsterdam on the 27th of September 2003, at the Victoria Hotel, Hude Park Hall 5, and was organized by the Ocularist Erica Groet, 1e de Riemerstraat 14, 2513 CV The Hague, The Netherlands, Tel +31(0) 703634121, Fax +31 (0) 703641315, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. At the meeting many Ocularists attended from different countries.
The scientific program was as follows,
|10:00–10.10||Erica Groet, Ocularist, Netherlands
|10:10–10:30||Christoph Muller-Uri, Ocularist, Wiesbaden, Germany|
|10:30–10:50||Tonnie Landman, President of the MMOP (Organization for people with an artificial eye), Amsterdam
The significance of patient organization
|10:50–11:10||Dion Paridaens, M.D. Ph.D, Oculoplastic Service, The Rotterdam Eye Hospital
Orbital Implants: What and How
|10:10–11:40||Discussions, Coffee Break|
|11:40–12:00||Robin Brammar, Principle Ocularist, Manchester Royal Hospital, England
A view on anophthalmia and microphthalmia
|12:00–12:20||Peerooz Saeed, M.D., Orbital Center, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam
Pain in the enucleated patient
|12:20–12:40||Rob Franken, Ocularist, the Hague, Netherlands
Ocularist-training in Vietnam
|14:30–14:50||Ilse Mombaerts, M.D. Ph.D, University Hospital, Leuven, Belgium
The anophthalmic upper eye lid
|14:50–15:10||Jack Van Haeren
|15:10–15:30||Maarten Mourits, M.D. Ph. D., Orbital, Lacrimal and Ophthalmic surgeon, University hospital Utrecht
Complications in Patients with an artificial eye
|15:30–16:00||Discussion and tea break|
|16:00–17:30||Round table discussion
Subject: Association Of European Ocularists
Comments, Ideas, Conference 2005
Minutes of round table discussion
Dear friends and colleagues,
Remember our third meeting, the 27th September 2003 in Amsterdam?
I do hope it was as good for you as it was for me! So nice to see you all and work with you again. During our round table discussion a few decisions were made.
Many kind regards to you all from the Netherlands, love Erica.
Prepared by Erica J. Groet, ocularist
President of the Association of European Ocularists.