Looking to expand your knowledge on digital eye strain, dry eye and contact lens comfort?
Our increasing reliance on the use of digital devices in the 21st Century often leads to digital eye strain. Symptoms such as dry and tired eyes, in addition to reduced visual experience, can be the consequence. To address some of these challenges, contact lens companies have been focussing on developing and advancing technology and materials. The result is ‘upgraded’ contact lenses that may be better for today’s patient lifestyle requirements.
To discuss some of the latest advances and how they can benefit your contact lens patients, Hirdesh Nair and Judy Kwan, from Johnson and Johnson Vision Care’s Professional Development team will present a free webinar at 7.00pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 17 February and Wednesday 24 February.
The Upgrading Vision and Comfort webinar is open to all optometrists in Australia and New Zealand. It has been approved by Optometry Australia’s Institute of Excellence Quality Assurance program for one hour of clinical CPD with completion of the assessment. In New Zealand, the webinar is approved by the Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Board for 0.50 General credits.
To discuss some of the latest advances and how they can benefit your contact lens patients, Hirdesh Nair and Judy Kwan will present a free webinar…
About the Presenters
Judy Kwan, B. Optom (Hons), M. Optom, GradCertOcTher, provides educational support to optometrists and optometric practice staff in eye health and contact lenses. Ms Kwan has been an optometrist for over 15 years. She previously worked at the Brien Holden Vision Institute as a research optometrist and has been a Clinical Supervisor at UNSW’s School of Optometry Clinic for the last 10 years. Ms Kwan consults part time in optometric practice.
Hirdesh Nair, BOptom(TPA), MOptom is Johnson & Johnson Vision’s Professional Development Manager. He has over 15 years of optical experience across Australia and New Zealand. Mr Nair earned his Bachelor of Optometry degree from University of Auckland and later pursued a Master of Optometry degree from University of New South Wales.