Dr. Reginald Sanders recently said aloha to leading ophthalmologists at the 2019 Royal Hawaiian Retina Meeting, where he was invited to participate as a guest speaker on a variety of retina-related topics. Dr. Sanders served on panels examining new treatments and advances for diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration. He also lent his expertise to a discussion about the business of retina practices, and strategies for ensuring optimal practice operations, staff performance, and patient care.
The Royal Hawaiian Retina Meeting is one of the most unique and respected ophthalmology medical meetings in the country, featuring renowned faculty, innovative program content and interactive sessions, and continuing educational credits. The popular annual meeting was held on Hawaii’s Big Island, and attended by over 1,500 comprehensive ophthalmologists, retina specialists, administrators, nurses and allied health professionals seeking the best educational experience in ophthalmology.
The Royal Hawaiian Retina Meeting is the most recent medical forum in which Dr. Sanders, a widely-published and internationally recognized retina lecturer, has participated.