We are delighted to confirm an excellent line-up of speakers and topics for the Eye News Symposium, taking place in Glasgow on Sunday 20 January.
‘Sequential bilateral cataract surgery – pros and cons’ Professor Christopher Liu OBE, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Brighton.
‘Litigation and the eye care professional’ Amar Alwitry FRCOphth MMedlaw, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Nottingham.
‘Visual fields in acquired brain injury’ Professor Fiona Rowe, Professor in Orthoptics and Health Services Research, University of Liverpool.
‘Interesting retinal cases: pitfalls for us all’ Niall Patton, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Manchester.
Delegates will also be welcome to attend the Eyecare Keynote Lectures, topics and speakers to be confirmed.
Just £99 for a packed day of teaching, including lunch, refreshments and access to the full Eyecare 2019 exhibition!
Book now to secure your place at this exclusive event: https://cetpoints.com/event/eyecare-2019/options The Eye News Symposium is included in a Sunday-only or two day pass to the Eyecare Conference and Exhibition.
What is Eyecare?
The Eyecare Conference and Exhibition is an annual event, now in its 22nd year, which caters for everyone involved in the care of eyes in the UK. The event takes place over two days, 20-21 January 2019, and offers lectures and workshops targeting optometrists, ophthalmologists, dispensing opticians and pre-registration optometrists.
In 2019 the conference will cover the latest advances and new NICE guidelines in cataract and glaucoma care, as well as the new Scottish dry eye guidance and methods of diagnosis and providing relief. Peer Review sessions on contact lens aftercare and red eye will be provided by iCET. Retinal imaging will also feature, including the world’s first combined wide-field retinal imaging device with integrated OCT.
The exhibition will include more than 50 exhibitors offering products and services from every sector of the industry. Whether it’s new frames from the fashion quarter or big-ticket items from equipment suppliers, the free-to-attend Eyecare exhibition provides an opportunity to see the latest styles, test products back-to-back and to get a special discount on essential purchases.
A 2-day pass to Eyecare 2019 costs £179.
Find out more and book now at www.eyecareglasgow.com