General Questions -
Q: Who can attend the Global Specialty Lens Symposium (GSLS)?
A: The GSLS is open to all eyecare professionals seeking continuing education in everything 'lens'—ophthalmologists, optometrists, opticians and lens fitters—and their support staff.
Q: When is GSLS happening?
A: GSLS begins Thursday, January 19 and runs through Saturday, January 22, 2022.
Q: What time zone is GSLS happening in?
A: GSLS is being held in the Pacific Time Zone (US)
Q: Can I register the day of the conference?
A: Yes, registration will be open when the conference starts, but we strongly recommend you register in advance to view the GSLS platform prior to the GSLS starting.
Q. How much does GSLS cost to register?
A. The cost to register for GSLS is to be determined.
CE Questions -
Q: Are all courses approved for CE credit?
A: All courses are pending COPE approval. We will continue to update the course descriptions with an approval indication and ID numbers throughout this process.
Q. Can I attend just the specific sessions I'm interested in?
A. Yes, of course! Once you're registered you can attend any or all of the sessions of your choosing.
Q. Are the presentation slides available to download?
A. If the speaker provided us with a copy of their slides, they will be on the agenda page under each course description.
Q. How do I access my CE Certificate?
A. CE Certificates will be emailed to attendees approximately two weeks after GSLS. Please check your spam/junk folder for this email.
If you do not see your CE certificate, please contact Laura Shepherd at email@example.com.
Social Media Questions -
Q. What are your social media handles?
A. You can follow us on Facebook at @GlobalSpecialtyLensSymposium and on Twitter at @GSLSConference
Q. What is the best hashtag to use for GSLS on social media?
A. Please use #GSLS2022 for all your social media tagging needs.
Sponsorship Opportunities -
Q. Can I sponsor GSLS?
A. Sure, we would love to chat with you! Email Maureen Trusky at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.