Date: Thursday 21 September 2017
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine
Registration & drinks reception: 18:00 - 19:00 in Max Rayne Foyer
BCLA Presidential Lecture: 19:00 - 20:00 in Max Rayne Auditorium
As we are celebrating the 40th birthday of the BCLA, Keith will look back at the last 40 years and the changing world of contact lenses that we share, whilst also looking forward at the desire to be constantly evolving as new research and new technology becomes available, with an emphasis on the need to inform the general public about the risks of myopia and options to retard the progression.
This lecture (C-57439) has been approved for 1 CET point:
Optom: Communication, Contact Lenses
Dispensing Optician: Communication, Contact Lenses
Contact Lens Opticians: Communication, Contact Lenses
Please ensure that you have signed in onsite, attended the full 1 hour lecture and completed the CET feedback from which will be given to you onsite, in order to receive this point. Please allow up to 7 working days after this event has taken place before receiving your CET point.
The Presidential address is taking place at The Royal Society of Medicine (address details below) and is located within walking distance from London underground stations, Oxford Circus (approx. 4 minutes walk) and Bond Street (approx. 5 minutes walk). Please visit the venues website for more information about location and travel.
Please note that online pre-registration for this event is now closed.
If you are a Full BCLA Member and still wish to attend this event then you can register onsite at the BCLA registration desk which will be open from 18:00 on 21st September 2017.
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