Many of the lectures from the 2009 annual meeting at Hilton Head were taped in a special format which allows the viewer to see the original powerpoint slides and the speaker. You may also select a slide if you wish to skip ahead in the lecture.

Please note that any of the lectures can be made available for a podcast, ipod, iphone or DVD. Please email us if you have interest in this.

Currently, the following lectures are going to be available. If the lecture is hotlinked, then it has already been loaded to the web and you may view this immediately.

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Thursday, July 29th – Mission Emphasis Day

Ed Wilson – Pediatric Ophthalmology: What I’ve learned overseas

Ed Wilson – Attacking pediatric cataracts in the developing world

Ed Wilson – IOL selection for pediatric cataracts in the developing world

William Hunter – The way to sustainable eye care in the developing world

William Hunter – Lunchtime address: Where is God in vision?

Paul Yoder – Short-term missions: What I’ve learned in 20 years

Stan Pletcher – WHO guidelines on outcome monitoring

Devin Harrison – Challenges on the mission field in Nigeria

Darrell Jervey – Full circle in Haiti – A story of medical missions

Greg Rosenthal – Dominican Stories (doing retinal work in the developing world)

Greg Rosenthal – Adventures in Hemostasis

Glenn Strauss – 3D MSICS skills transfer course

Glenn Strauss – Mission address: Teaching professionalism in the missions field – why good medicine and surgery is not enough

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Friday, July 31st, 2009

Janet Foskey – GANSU, Inc presentation on behalf of William Conrad receiving the J. Lawton Smith award

Nate Henson – God’s Call to Cusco, Peru

John Cropsey – How God used my COS grant and other adventures

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Saturday, Aug 1st, 2009

Paul Weishaar – White Dot Syndromes

James Rowsey – The Ethics of health Care Reform in the United States

Jonathan Tsai – Practicing faith-based medicine in an evidence-based world

Michael Siatkowski – Medical Ethics: The Physician as Leader

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