BCLA Webinar: Optimising contact lens comfort for wearer success

Presented by Professor Philip Morgan on 23 November 2021, 6:30pm - 7:30pm.  This webinar is kindly sponsored by Alcon.

Professor Philip Morgan reports how eyecare practitioners can go about reducing the number of people discontinuing contact lens wear by proactively addressing the issue of contact lens discomfort in practice.

Session is approved for 1 interactive CET point (C-79172) for Optom and CLO.  You will be asked to submit your GOC number at time of registration. You must attend the full live session and complete all the MCQ's during the live webinar session to receive any applicable CET points. Please allow up to 10 days from the date of the webinar to receive your point.


This webinar is kindly sponsored by Alcon


Philip Morgan is Professor of Optometry, Head of Optometry, Deputy Head of the Division of Pharmacy and Optometry, and Director of Eurolens Research at The University of Manchester.  His main research interests relate to the clinical performance of contact lenses and he teaches on the same subject area at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  He has managed an international survey of contact lens prescribing trends since 1996.

Philip is President of the International Society for Contact Lens Research and Vice President of the International Association of Contact Lens Educators.  He is an honorary member of the UK Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers, a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and the British Contact Lens Association, and a member of the UK College of Optometrists.  Philip was the BCLA Medallist in 2014 and BCLA Pioneer’s Lecturer in 2015. He is a past chairman and secretary of the Northern Optometric Society in Manchester, and is the co-ordinator of the UK optometry electronic mail forum.  He has authored over 200 papers, primarily relating to the clinical performance of contact lenses and the nature of the UK and international contact lens markets, and has spoken about his work in more than 30 countries worldwide.


11/23/2021 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
GMT Standard Time
Online Webinar www.bcla.org.uk BCLA Website, UNITED KINGDOM

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