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An observership constitutes a short-duration period to be spent at a glaucoma department with the possibility to follow consultants and their teams in daily clinical and surgical work on a full-time basis. Visiting ophthalmologists cannot treat patients and the person in charge of the observership delivers a certificate of attendance at the end of the visiting period. The goal of an observership is to gain understanding of the diagnostic criteria, aetiology, pathogenesis and management of various types of glaucoma, while observing in clinic and operating room.

The EGS is granting a 3000 Euros observership travel-grant for a one month period for candidates who meet the requested requirements and are selected by the EGS education committee.

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