Welcome to the Nordic Congress of Ophthalmology in Oslo!

Dear colleagues

We are pleased to announce that the registration for NOK 2018 is now open!

Abstract submission to the FREE PAPER sessions and POSTER session is also open.
The extended deadline for submission of abstract is 9 April 2018. This is an excellent opportunity for presenting research, an exciting case report or a novel method for colleagues - we can guarantee discussion!

The main subject of the congress is "The future burden and possibilities in ophthalmology".

We are about to finalize a comprehensive scientific program, and a broad range of top Nordic and selected international speakers covering all major fields of clinical ophthalmology have been recruited, and more will be confirmed during the following weeks. The updated list of all speakers and organizers of the scientific program can be found under PROGRAMME.

NOK 2018 will also have a large Exhibition of the latest equipment and treatment possibilities in ophthalmology. The updated list of all sponsors confirmed to the meeting can be found under EXHIBITION.

The Young Ophthalmologist (YO) program is more ambitious than ever, and will include a YO day with top Nordic and international speakers as well as dry lab sessions in cataract, strabismus and glaucoma surgery.

In addition, our Allied Health day offers a wide variety of speakers from the Nordic countries tailored for both ophthalmic nurses, optometrists, orthoptists, ophthalmic assistants and technicians from ophthalmic departments or private clinics.

We hope you will enjoy the late summer season in our beautiful city! It is the perfect time to visit Oslo, including Reception in the impressing Oslo City Hall and Congress dinner at The Norwegian Opera House.


Best regards from the local organizing committee

Morten C. Moe

Bente Haughom 

President NOK 2018

President Norwegian Ophthalmological Society






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Submit your abstract here


Latest news 

Acta Honorary Lecture: Professor Toke Bek, Aarhus, Denmark: "Translational research in retinal vascular disease”

The program has now been updated with 3 new sessions:
Nordic intravitreal injections panel debate, Research in private practise; is it possible? and Nordic strabismus surgery panel debate

Please visit the web page again for updated information!