Specsavers has announced some of the speakers lined up for the eighth Specsavers Clinical Conference (SCC8) from 7–8 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
One of the largest optometry CPD / CD events to take place across Australia and New Zealand, the SCC8 is open to optometrists who both work within and outside the Specsavers group. The annual conference includes two full days of clinical content delivered by experts in ophthalmology.
The conference will open on Saturday 7 September with four, one hour clinical sessions taking place from 10am to 4.30pm
The conference will open on Saturday 7 September with four, one hour clinical sessions taking place from 10am to 4.30pm.
Dr Adam Rudkin from Specialist Eye Glenelg will speak on vitreoretinal conditions; Dr Dru Daniels from Dru Consultants will speak on glaucoma; Dr Caroline Catt from Gordon Eye Surgery will speak on paediatric optometry; and Associate Professor Colin Chan from Vision Eye Institute will speak on anterior eye disease.
The SCC exhibition will also be open on the Saturday, allowing delegates to learn about the support Specsavers offers, the new technology available, and relationships Specsavers has with sponsors and other eye health stakeholders.
Further details on the event, including the Sunday speakers, will be announced soon.
Free Ticket/Flight/Accommodation Packages
Specsavers is offering non-Specsavers optometrists in Australia and New Zealand the opportunity to win one of 20 free ticket / flight / accommodation packages. New and returning locum optometrists also have the opportunity to win a package to attend SCC8. Visit www.spectrum-anz.com/attend-scc for details.