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GLAUCOMA NZ SYMPOSIUM 2017


The Glaucoma New Zealand Symposium will be held in August 2017. This is a one day education event for optometrists and other eye health professionals.

Ophthalmology and optometry working together to ensure the best possible outcomes for glaucoma patients.

The key note speaker for Glaucoma New Zealand’s upcoming Symposium will be Professor Steven Dakin, the Head of School of Optometry and Vision Science, at University of Auckland. Prof. Dakin will speak on: “Glaucoma: The View from Optometry.”

Don’t miss out on being part of this very exciting event.


REGISTRATION NOW OPEN...

 

WHERE: Alexandra Park Function Centre, Green Lane West, Epsom, Auckland. There is plenty of free parking at the venue.

WHEN: Sunday 13 August 2017, 8.15 am – 5.00 pm

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME: It will be an exciting whole day of glaucoma education from both ophthalmologists and optometrists including our key note speaker Professor Steven Dakin together with Professors Charles McGhee and Helen Danesh-Meyer, Doctors Sonya Bennett, Alex Buller, Shenton Chew, Sam Kain, Hannah Kersten, Jay Meyer, Hussain Patel, Graham Reeves, Jim Stewart and Kristine Jensen.

Morning session will be 12 minute presentations on themes of – Clinical Pearls for Glaucoma Management, Tricks of the Trade and Paradigm Shifts in Glaucoma Management.

Afternoon session will focus on interactive cases and panel discussions regarding shared-care, diagnosis and treatment strategy.

Further information about the programme will be posted here as it becomes available – watch this space!

COST: $120 per delegate for a full day of glaucoma education.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: 6.5 clinical diagnostic credits have been approved by NZAO for this event.

REGISTRATION: Register for the Symposium...


Thank you to our Silver Sponsors:

AFT Pharmaceuticals Ophthalmic Instrument Company Novartis
Johnson and Johnson Vision Clinicians  

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