The Orthokeratology Society of Oceania will present a Night at the Movies on 21 November – three hours of optometry CPD, focussed on orthokeratology and screened at cinemas simultaneously in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Wellington.
The action-packed presentations will be delivered by experts in their field; Maria Liu, Langis Michaud, Monica Jong, James Wolffsohn, Kate Gifford, Paul Gifford, Jennifer Choo, Eef van der Worp, Patrick Caroline and Randy Kojima. Optometrists will be invited to network at each of the venues, following the screening.
a Night at the Movies on 21 November – three hours of optometry CPD, focussed on orthokeratology
Program of Events
Scheduled presenters and their topics are:
Maria Liu: Evidence-based myopia management review, six year results from the UC Berkeley Myopia Control Clinic,
Langis Michaud: The Montreal experience. Controlling myopia progression in Canada,
Monica Jong: Latest evidence based clinical management guidelines,
James Wolffsohn: Global attitudes towards, and adoption of, myopia control,
Kate & Paul Gifford: Topics of contention within myopia control,
Jennifer Choo: On vs Off label prescribing for myopia management,
Eef Van Der Worp: Ocular surface shape measurement,
Bruce Lan: AI-assisted system for OK lens prescription, and
Randy Kojima: What percentage of patients should we fit with toric OK?
Please register here and nominate the state / city in which you will be attending.
• OSO Members AU$199
• Non-members $299