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Australian Vision Convention

AVC 2020
4217 Queensland, Australien
Veranstaltungsnummer: 32446
Zertifizierung: genehmigt
CME Max: 43
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Gebühren ab: 210,00 €
verfügbare Plätze: unbegrenzt
Sprache: Deutsch

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  • Datum
    04.04.2020, 07:00 - 05.04.2020, 17:30
    Veranstalter
    Optometry Queensland Northern Territory
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The Australian Vision Convention 2020 will be held in Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. The AVC covers several topics such as pediatric optometry, case studies on OCT, dry eye management, glaucoma, myopia, contact lens fitting, ocular oncology, AMD, low vision, keratoconus, uveitis and diabetic retinopathy.
    Hinweis
    maximum 43 CPD points available for both days (including optional online assessment)
    Gebühren

    Fachärzte

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    210,00 €
    Hinweis
    OA/NZAO Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 210.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 410.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 740.00

    Non-Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 310.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 610.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 1,110.00

    Accompanying Guest - AUD 495.00

    Half Day Delegates :
    •Admission to AVC for the registered half-day ONLY
    •CPD points available in lecture content
    •Optional online assessment
    •Morning tea and lunch as per the program
    •Delegate bag and handbook

    Day Delegates:
    •Admission to AVC for the registered day ONLY
    •CPD points available including optional assessment
    •Breakfast lecture (requiring registration)
    •Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
    •Delegate bag and handbook

    Full Delegates:
    •Admission to AVC for the full 2 days
    •CPD points available including optional assessment
    •Breakfast lectures (requiring registration)
    •Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
    •1 x complimentary ticket to the AVC Conference Dinner (requiring registration)
    •Delegate bag and handbook







    Sonstige

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    210,00 €
    Hinweis
    OA/NZAO Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 195.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 395.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 725.00

    Non-Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 293.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 593.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 1,088.00

    Accompanying Guest - AUD 495.00

    Optometristen/-innen

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    210,00 €
    Hinweis
    OA/NZAO Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 195.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 395.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 725.00

    Non-Member:
    Half Day Delegate - AUD 293.00
    Day Delegate - AUD 593.00
    Full Delegate - AUD 1,088.00

    Accompanying Guest - AUD 495.00
  • Please note: Program is subject to change

     

    Day One - Saturday April 4th 2020

    7.00 to 8.15

    Redefining Vision - Redifining Possibilities
    Presented by Gavin Swartz & Emma Gillies
    Contact Lens Centre Australia Sponsored session

    8.30 to 9.00

    Rotation 1 - Main lecture or workshop

    Main lecture

    Rapid Fire Research presentations

    Workshops

    • Dr. Matthew Green
      Microbial Keratitis: Treatment and outcomes
    • Dr. Jack Phu
      Does this patient have glaucoma? Critical appraisal of clinical information
    • Dr. Phillipa Sharwood
      Examination and Management of accomodative esotropia and intermittent exotropia
    • Ryan Mahmoud Johnson & Johnson Sponsored Workshop
      A practical guide to successfully implementing Dry Eye treatment in Private practice
    • Jason Holland Device Technologies Sponsored Workshop
      A 'new' look to 'old' dry eye


    MORNING TEA


    10.00 to 11.00

    Rotation 2 - Main lectures or workshop

    Main lectures

    James Gibbins
    Ophthalmic Optics: Considerations in selecting the best spectacle lens for your patient

    Nalani Cox & Liz Travers
    Equity of access for our Ophthalmology patients

    Workshops as per Rotation 1

     

    11.00 to 12.00

    Rotation 3 - Main lectures or workshop

    Main lectures

    Annie Gibbins
    Optimising collaborative care and technology to improve glaucoma patient outcomes

    Prof. Fiona Stapleton
    Reducing Microbial Adverse Responses in Contact Lens Wear

    Workshops as per Rotation 1


    LUNCH

     

    13.00 to 13.15 Official Opening  
    13.15 to 13.45 The optemetrist´s guide to angle-closure spectrum disease Dr. Jack Phu
    13.45 to 14.15 What´s current and on the horizon for the management of the BIG 3 retinal diseases - AMD, DR, RVO A/Prof Tony Kwan
    14.15 to 14.45 All you need to know about HSV Dr. Joshua Hann
    14.45 to 15.15 Milestones over 40 years, what have I missed Michael Hare
    Optos Sponsored session

     

    AFTERNOON TEA

     

    15.45 to 16.15 Microbial Keratitis: Epidemiology and differential diagnosis Dr. Matthew Green
    16.15 to 16.45 Is it amblyopia? Dr. Phillipa Sharwood
    16.45 to 17.15 Myopia: the measurements, management and monitoring Dr. Emily Pieterse

     

    Day Two - Saturday April 5th 2020

     

    7.00 to 8.15 Glaucoma Grand Rounds

    Faciliated by Melinda Toomey
    Panel members: Dr. Joshua Hann, Annie Gibbins, Frank Howes

    8.30 to 9.00 Ophthalmic emergencies in optometry practice - what to do and when to refer Dr. Nathan Walker
    9.00 to 9.30 At the Coalface - Real World Evidence and my experience with anti-VEGF intravitreal injections Dr. John McCoombes
    9.30 to 10.00 Bright Side of Contact Lenses Hirdesh Nair
    Johnson & Johnson sponsored session

     

    MORNING TEA

     

    10.30 to 11.15 Ocular and environmental factors underlying human myopia A/Prof Scott Read
    11.15 to 11.45 Dry Eye - Who gets it, what causes it, and diagnosis and management update Prof. Fiona Stapleton
    11.45 to 12.15 Managing Dry Eye Symptoms with Lubricants Helen Gleave
    Alcon sponsored session

     

    LUNCH

     

    13.15 to 14.15 Melting Point - Managing Corneal Compromise David Foresto
    14.15 to 14.45 Advancements in Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking Dr. Brendan Cronin
    14.45 to 15.15 Children´s vision, classroom performance and screen time - how does it all piece togehter? Dr. Shelley Hopkins

     

    AFTERNOON TEA

     

    15.45 to 16.15 Managing patients after anterior eye procedures Rachel de Leon
    16.15 to 16.45 Top Technology Solutions for Your Patients with Low Vision Prof. Sharon Bentley
    16.45 to 17.15 Glaucoma: New directions in medical and surgical management Dr. Brendan Cronin

     

    Please note: Program is subject to change

  • Marriott Resort & Spa Surfers Paradise

    Optometry Queensland Northern Territory
    Optometry House
    58 St Pauls Tce
    AU - QLD 4000 Spring Hill
    Tel.: +61 (0)7 3839 4411

  • Please contact the organizer for further information.