Experience WGA Educational Portal now!


WGA is offering high quality online education via the WGA website. Below we provide you with a free link to the debate on “Current controversies in glaucoma”, chaired by drs R. Sihota (India) and K. Singh (US) held during the 5th Glaucoma Congress
in Vancouver. Please be informed that registration to the full portal is available now for only € 99 until June 30 next year and provides you with over 40 hours of glaucoma only education, please click here to find an overview of all available symposiums and courses. A wonderful tool to share with your colleagues and trainees , which is available anywhere, anytime. Please contact the WGA Executive Office for more details via info@worldglaucoma.org.

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Experience the portal now and watch a complimentary WGC-2013 symposium!

Posted: August 8, 2014

5th World Glaucoma Congress


The 5th World Glaucoma Congress attracted 2047 participants from over 89 countries worldwide. The overall feedback on the educational content was very positive. The Keynote Lecture was given by Stephen M. Drance and addressed the developments in glaucoma diagnosis and therapy in which Professor Drance was involved over his long productive career.

Click here to reach the WGC-2013 photo gallery.

Posted: March 8, 2014

9th Consensus Meeting on Childhood Glaucoma


The 9th Consensus Meeting on Childhood Glaucoma, held on July 16 in Vancouver, was very well attended, highly productive and will contribute to our understanding and treatment of children with glaucoma worldwide. The book has been published in November 2013 and became first available at the AAO 2013 in New Orleans. Click here for more information on all publications in the Consensus series.

View Consensus Statements

View Meeting Photos

Posted: March 8, 2014

Guidelines on Design and Reporting of Glaucoma Surgical Trials


It is evident that in the last couple of years there has been a surge of interest in research in the field of glaucoma surgery. This includes research in the improvement of conventional glaucoma surgery; trabeculectomy, and glaucoma drainage devices, as well as research in more recently introduced surgical methods and their emplacement in our range of surgical therapeutic options. Modulation of wound healing, a factor of paramount importance, has also received its share of research interest. More recently, research has embarked on identifying different surgical approaches and alternative surgical strategies.

Read more on the website of Kugler Publications,
or download the complimentary PDF of the report here

Posted: March 8, 2014

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