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Continuing
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in Eye Care

Orange CPD evening (Regional Education Series)

14 Oct 2019
  • 14 Oct 2019
  • 6 CPD Points*
  • Orange, NSW

We are pleased to invite you to our 2019 regional continuing education seminar series (Wollongong event to follow).

This year’s series sees us return to The Lord Anson in Orange where two of Vision Eye Institute’s leading ophthalmologists will discuss a range of interesting topics, including ocular trauma, corneal grafting and refractive patient screening tips. Please note 6 CPD points have been applied for, including T points.

Event registration is complimentary and includes a three-course dinner. Book early to secure your spot!

*CPD points have been applied for.

Presentations

  • Top 5 things to screen for before you send your patient to Sydney for refractive surgery
    A/Prof Colin Chan
  • Ocular trauma
    Dr Athena Roufas
  • What’s new with corneal grafts?
    Dr Athena Roufas

Monday 14 Oct 2019

Time 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start
(three-course dinner provided)
Where The Lord Anson Hotel
224 Anson St Orange NSW
2800
Getting there Hotel is located behind the Orange Central Square Shopping Centre, on-street parking available (zoned/metered as per signage)
Event coordinator optometryadmin@vei.com.au
Registrations are currently closed

Presenters

  • A/Prof Colin Chan

    Dr Colin Chan is a refractive, cataract and corneal surgeon with more than 16 years of experience. He is Adjunct Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra and an internationally recognised expert in vision correction.

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  • Dr Athena Roufas

    Dr Athena Roufas is a cataract, corneal and glaucoma specialist. She has expertise in complex cataract removals, corneal transplantation, collagen cross-linking, dry eye, trabeculectomy and glaucoma drainage devices.

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