Myopia, keratoconus, suspicious intraocular lesions, optic nerve stroke, diabetic retinopathy and inflammatory eye disease are just some of the topics confirmed for this year’s Specsavers Clinical Conference (SCC), from 28-29 October.
Hosted at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, as well as being broadcast live online for optometrists across Australia and New Zealand, this popular conference is now in its 12th year. It promises two days of CPD content focused on best clinical practice and the latest research.
Industry-leading speakers include Auckland glaucoma specialist Dr Shenton Chew; Brisbane cornea, cataract and anterior eye specialist Dr Brendan Cronin; Macquarie University Hospital’s Professor Adrian Fung, head of the Westmead Hospital vitreoretinal unit and a specialist in vitreoretinal surgery, medical retina and posterior segment tumours; Melbourne University retina specialist Dr Robyn Troutbeck; Australian National University neuro-ophthalmologist Dr Kate Reid; and Associate Professor Chameen Samarawickrama from the University of Sydney.
The event will also reveal the winners of the prestigious Doug Perkins Medal, awarded annually to one Australian and one New Zealand store judged to have consistently demonstrated high standards of clinical excellence; plus the Dame Mary Perkins Award for outstanding patient care.
Early bird pricing is available until 30 June. For more information, click here.