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OFN: The ophthalmic imagers
OFN is a platform for those who make ophthalmic images: from fundusphotography to ultrawidefield angiography and from OCT to slitlamp photography. The main purpose of OFN is founded is to share knowledge and to bring ophthalmic imaging in the Netherlands to the highest level possible.
OFN tries to reach it's purposes by organising symposia for its members as well as non-members. Speakers famous in the field, ophthalmologists and photographers give instructive and inspiring presentations. For those who would like to further specialize themselves, there are instruction days (usually Saturdays) where you can take courses in fundusphotography, fluorescence angiography, autofluerescence and OCT, provided by experienced instructors. Furthermore, there is the possibility of theme-meetings on request. For example, in May 2015 there will be a workshop stereophotography.
Another important aspect of OFN is providing a social meeting place. OFN is the perfect way to exchange experiences with colleagues! Almost every symposium is ended with a social drink and there is the opportunity to go out to dinner together afterwards. Beside all these gatherings, the members are being informed by frequent newsletters.
Scientific papers from ICOP attendees have been the backbone of ICOP meetings since 1986, and we are excited to see what ICOP 2020 has in store. These presentations are an excellent way to share your knowledge, your experiences, and give other attendees a chance to learn how ophthalmic imaging is practiced around the world.
Newsletter: Patricia van Hilten, Wil Barkmeijer, Gerard de Graaf, Frank Smolders, Jeroen Grimbergen Symposium: Patricia van Hilten, Gerard de Graaf, Wil Barkmeijer,Frank Smolders, Jeroen Grimbergen Public Relations: Patricia van Hilten Webmaster: René Kipp, Wil Barkmeijer Workshops: Patricia van Hilten, Gerard de Graaf, Wil Barkmeijer Training Coordination: Patricia van Hilten