Australian Eye Specialists hosted a CPD symposium on 13 November 2019 on advances and updates in ophthalmology.
The symposium, held at WestWaters Hotel, Caroline Springs, Victoria, featured three of Australian Eye Specialists' ophthalmologists.
Presenters and topics:
Dr Rahman Nazari spoke on the topic of "Macular OCT, interpreting the image."
Dr Christine Tangas spoke on the topic "Use of premium implants in cataract surgery."
Dr Nandor Jaross spoke on the topic of "Alternative imaging modalities for the diagnosis of IPCV."
We want to thank all our presenters, WestWaters Hotel staff, and the audience members who attended this CPD event. Together, we work to deliver eye care that improves patients' quality of life. We look forward to delivering more ophthalmology symposia and CPD events in the coming months.
Past event: The new medical retina 2019
Australian Eye Specialists were proud to host an ophthalmology symposium on Tuesday, 7 May 2019, at WestWaters Hotel, Caroline Springs.
Our speaker was ophthalmologist Dr Nandor Jaross and the title of his presentation was "The new medical retina 2019". Dr Jaross described advances and updates in ophthalmology to an audience of optometrists and GPs. Optometrists who attended the event were able to claim 4 points towards their CPD Record.
If you are an optometrist interested in attending one of our CPD events for health professionals, get in contact with us today.
Past event: OCT angiography is here to stay
Australian Eye Specialists were delighted to host an ophthalmology seminar on 31 July 2019 with Dr Dustin Pomerleau as speaker.
The title of Dr Pomerleau's presentation was "OCT angiography is here to stay".
The seminar was part of Australian Eye Specialists' commitment to providing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) events for optometrists and allied health professionals.