DOG Roadmap

DOG Roadmap 2020

[PDF] (in German language – 700 KB)
The Roadmap 2020 defines goals and a strategic plan of the DOG for the next five years. It serves to prioritise the tasks and activities of the medical-scientific professional society. In view of many urgent problems and challenges in ophthalmology as well as in the entire health care system, the competence and authority of the scientific professional society is even more in demand today in order to develop sustainable, science-based solution concepts. The DOG has been systematically addressing future issues for many years. The goals set in the Roadmap from 2008 have been successfully implemented to a large extent. With the Roadmap 2020, the DOG again aims to actively participate in shaping the future of ophthalmology. At the same time, the Roadmap is intended to help the professional society to tackle the immediate challenges of the coming years in a targeted manner and to master them in the interest of the medical profession and patients.

DOG Roadmap 2008

[PDF] (in German language – 54 KB)
The DOG, like ophthalmology as a whole, is facing a variety of challenges. These are not only due to the rapid progress in basic scientific, translational and clinical research. Questions of the financial viability of medically meaningful services on the basis of evidence-based medicine against the background of demographic development are also up for discussion. For many such questions, the competence and authority of the scientific professional society is in demand in order to develop sustainable, science-based solution concepts. Through this roadmap, the DOG would like to provide assistance in actively shaping the future of ophthalmology and, at the same time, the roadmap should help the professional society to act in a targeted manner for the immediate challenges of the coming years.

Roadmap 2020