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Shared Vision: VEI Launches CPD Webinar Series

Vision Eye Institute’s 2021 national webinar series kicks off on 10 May with a 1.5–hour CPD webinar* on retinal and macular conditions. The series will continue over the ensuing months, covering topics chosen based on delegate feedback to ensure clinical relevance to everyday optometric practice.

Retinal and macular conditions: a closer look at diagnosis and management Monday, 10 May 6.30pm–8pm AEST. The first interactive webinar will be presented via Zoom by leading vitreoretinal surgeon Dr Simon Chen, medical retina expert Dr Christolyn Raj, and highly experienced comprehensive ophthalmologist Dr Raj Pathmaraj. A question and answer session will be facilitated by Dr Justin Sherwin

The series will… (cover) topics chosen based on delegate feedback to ensure clinical relevance to everyday optometric practice

At this webinar you will learn about following topics:
• Managing vitreoretinal cases (Dr Simon Chen)
• How to diagnose disc drusen using OCT ONH analysis (Dr Raj Pathmaraj)
• Biomarkers of Disease in the Macula (Dr Christolyn Raj)

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Register here to receive the Zoom link for this webinar.

Save These Dates

Webinar 2, Tuesday 15 June 2021 – Laser and lenses (Part 1).
Webinar 3, Wednesday 21 July 2021 – Laser and lenses (Part 2).
Webinar 4, Tuesday 14 September 2021 – Anterior eye diseases.
Webinar 5, Monday 18 October 2021 – Glaucoma.

All webinars will take place from 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm (AEST)

*Up to 1.5 CPD hours available per webinar following attendance. CPD hours are available to optometrists only. Program subject to change.

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