Envision Conference calls for vision rehabilitation submissions for clinical, research sessions

February 20, 2013

The Envision Conference is seeking submissions for clinical education and research sessions through March 22, 2013.

The Envision Conference is a multidisciplinary meeting focusing on vision rehabilitation.

Clinical education submissions should incorporate practical information vision rehabilitation practitioners and educators need to succeed professionally and should incorporate the principles of evidence-based practice in order to close practice gaps in patient care.

Those involved in visual research may submit a research abstract for a research presentation.

The fields of professional and academic visual research, as well as applied psychology, vision therapy, occupational therapy, and practicing optometrists and ophthalmologists are all encouraged to participate.

Presenters are encouraged to submit multiple proposals across both clinical education and research.

For more information on submission guidelines, visit www.envisionconference.org.

Important dates

  • March 22, 2013 – Deadline for Clinical Education and Research Submissions
  • July 5, 2013 – Deadline for early-bird attendee registration
  • July 12, 2013 – Deadline for advance-price exhibitor registration
  • Aug. 26, 2013 – Hotel Room Block Deadline
  • Sept. 19-21, 2013 – Envision Conference 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis

To register or learn more about the Envision Conference, visit www.envisionconference.org or contact Michael Epp, director, Professional Education, at michael.epp@envisionus.com.

The Envision Conference may also be followed on Twitter (@EnvisionConf) or at www.Facebook.com/envisionconference.


Envision recently named Michael Monteferrante as president and chief executive officer (CEO). As CEO, Monteferrante will concentrate on executing the organization’s mission, growing the Envision Rehabilitation Center, enhancing the Envision Foundation and diversifying Envision Industries.

“Providing the best service and broadest outreach possible for people who are blind or visually impaired will be my focus,” he said.

“My passion for Envision stems from my time spent on the board of directors when I saw the impact the organization has on the lives of those with low vision. Helping to provide rehabilitation and independence is so inspirational,” said Monteferrante.

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