BCLA Asia Conference: 'Surviving Practice Change'
in collaboration with SOA
18 - 19 September 2018, Singapore Polytechnic Convention Centre
The BCLA Asia programme ‘Surviving Practice Change’ consists of two days of excellent education featuring world renowned Keynote Speakers, clinical research sessions and workshops. BCLA is working in collaboration with SOA to deliver an array of sessions that blend the latest research and clinical guidance to support all levels of eye care professionals in the field of contact lenses and anterior eye. Taking place on 18 - 19 September 2018 at the Singapore Polytechnic Convention Centre, BCLA Asia will include sessions detailing the very latest developments on topics such as;
- Upgrading your patient to the latest technology myopia control
- Myopia Control
- Dry Eye Management
- Comfort and Contact Lenses
The speaker line up is as prestigious as ever at this year's BCLA Asia event, and will feature lectures from leading industry figures including:
- Dr Kate Gifford
- Professor Eric Papas
- Professor James Wolffsohn
- Associate Professor Jennifer Craig
- Professor Pauline Cho
- Professor Fiona Stapleton
- Dr Randy Kojima
- Dr Peter Chen
- Dr Oliver Woo
Pick up some great valuable tips with BCLA Workshops - these sessions will enable you to get some hands on experience and have always proved to be extremely popular. A series of workshops will run alongside the main lecture stream on both event days. Workshops are FREE to attend but you must have booked an appropriate package for the day of your workshop in order to attend. You can add a workshop session to your booking at anytime via the online registration page, subject to availability. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please view the programme for details on workshop topics covered.
Note: All workshop sessions are now fully booked. We recommend that you check at the BCLA registration desk at the venue to find out if there is any last minute availability.
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