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JUNE 18 & 19, 2021
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European Paediatric Ophthalmological Society (EPOS)
EPOS is the leading and largest group of those interested in Paediatric Ophthalmology and Genetics in Europe. One of the basic principles of the Group has been that discussion of squints should be excluded and left to the strabismological societies and this will be maintained.
|MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT|
EPOS 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO 2021, JUNE 18 &19
After much consideration of all options, the EPOS Board has decided to postpone this year’s annual EPOS conference till next year in view of the ongoing severe restrictions on travel and meetings in Europe.
Our first and overriding concern must be for the safety of all participants of EPOS and to comply with national travel and meeting regulations.
The new conference calendar will therefore now be 2021 Copenhagen 46th EPOS Conference, 2022 München 47th EPO Conference, 2023 Leuven 48th Conference. If you are already registered for Copenhagen, you don’t have to do anything! All registrations have automatically been rolled forward to next year by our Danish organisers. Similarly, we will automatically transfer your abstract submissions to 2021. Alternatively, you can also write to the organisers (email@example.com) to arrange a refund minus 30 EUR in administration cost.
The Copenhagen LOC have put together a very interesting conference program centering on the first year of life in 2021. The Munich Conference in 2022 will continue this theme and look at all aspects of vision and eye disorders in the preschool years!
Of course, we will keep you informed of the new conference dates and updates. For more information about EPOS 2021 in Copenhagen, please visit www.epos2021.dk
Thank you to all for your help and support for EPOS in this global crisis which we will master!
Hope to see you all from Copenhagen 2021.
With best wishes and stay safe!
Göran Darius Hildebrand