AECP Welcomes Medical Professionals to 2019 International Conference in Armenia

We are pleased to extend an invitation to all ophthalmologists, neonatologists, endocrinologists and other medical professionals to attend the AECP-CHLA 17th International Medical Conference on Ophthalmology, Neonatology and Endocrinology on July 22-23, 2019 in Yerevan, Armenia.

The Armenian EyeCare Project (AECP) together with the Ministry of Health of Armenia, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), World Diabetes Foundation, Armenian Association of Neonatal Medicine, Armenian Association of Ophthalmologists and Armenian Association of Pediatric Endocrinologists have put together a comprehensive agenda to present and discuss local and international modern practices in ophthalmology and affiliating spheres.

Dr. John Hovanesian, an ophthalmologist at Harvard Eye Associates in Laguna Hills, speaks at a past AECP Medical Conference in Yerevan.

Talks will encompass new research and best practices in specific areas and discussions. Participants will be field professionals from world-renowned hospitals and universities. Apart from professional ophthalmologists, neonatologists, endocrinologists and nursing counterparts, this conference will also be of interest for healthcare managers and health policy designers.

Day One (Monday July 22, 2019)

Day One will begin with a plenary session on the current projects implemented by the AECP and key partners. The afternoon will be followed by two concurrent sessions on ophthalmology and neonatology.

Day Two (Tuesday July 23, 2019)

Day Two will include two concurrent sessions on ophthalmology and endocrinology.

Dr. Khodam Rostomian, an ophthalmologist at Kaiser Permanente in California, speaks at a past AECP Medical Conference in Yerevan.

If you are interested in attending the conference, please confirm your participation by July 5, 2019 by emailing us at aecp@aecp.am and providing your full name, organization and contact details. If you would like to give a presentation, please email us by June 10, 2019 with all the information noted above plus your CV, a portrait photo and your abstract. A committee will select abstracts for inclusion in the conference agenda and will contact individuals if their abstract has been selected.

Abstracts should have a structured layout (scientific objective, method, results and conclusions.) The issue must be clearly formulated and an appropriate methodology chosen. Conclusions must relate to the results as presented in the article. The abstract contents must not have been presented at another medical congress or previously been published in a scientific journal. Along with the submission of an abstract, its author confirms that all co-authors have agreed to its submission. Abstracts may contain a maximum of 2,000 characters and should be submitted in English. Abstracts for Case Reports should include purpose, observations, conclusions and importance. Posters should have 80cm width and 200cm height (upright format.)

For details please contact the Armenian EyeCare Project office in Armenia by telephone (+37410 55 90 68) or e-mail (aecp@aecp.am.) We hope you can join us!

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