DATE & TIME: Tuesday 27 February 2024 at 19:00 - 20:00 GMT
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Myopia is on the rise around the globe and myopia management can be a big part of our day to day activities in our practices. Boost your knowledge of myopia in this highly interactive session. When should we start treatment? When are we successful? When can we stop? You will learn how to use axial length and progression as your guide in decision making. Don’t have access to an axial length device yet? Don’t worry, we’ll provide tips on how to manage your patients without axial length data. We will also focus on patient communication, education and how to choose the best treatment for your patients. CPD* ref C-107907.
*CPD is available to BCLA Members only.
Karin Van Hees graduated from the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht, The Netherlands in 2010. She has been working with one of the leading Dutch contact lens practices ever since, with a focus on specialty lenses and myopia management. She’s chair of the Contact Lens Committee of the Dutch Association of Optometry (OVN), an ambassador for contact lens safety and myopia, and a frequently asked speaker for (inter)national conferences.
Daisy is an experienced healthcare professional skilled in both orthoptics and optometry. She has a Master`s Degree in Clinical Health Sciences and has extensive experience in myopia management in primary and secondary care.
After 7 years of experience in optics, Daisy now works in the hospital and as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht, contributing to both clinical practice and education in the fields of orthoptics and optometry.
This session is kindly sponsored by Topcon Healthcare