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Co-Management Conference

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$88.00 Full Day Conference

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November 3, 2019

9am to 4.30pm

Registration from 8.30am with breakfast nibbles. Morning tea at 10:30am, Lunch at 12:15pm and join us for post-conference nibbles and social drinks at 4.30pm. (Dietary requirements include Gluten-Free & Vegetarian options)

Location

Re:Vision, Level 1, 6c Pacific Rise, Mt Wellington with parking on the premises.

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Speakers

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Dr Trevor Gray

Dr Mo Ziaei

Dr Hussain Patel

James McKelvie

Dr Clairton de Souza

Topics

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Sunday, November 3, 2019

Guidelines for co-management of glaucoma

How to co-manage a post-op ‘refractive surprise’?

How to use OCTs to better monitor diabetics

Causes and management of post-cataract surgery hyperopic drift

Sharing the care of meibomian gland dysfunction patients

Found vitreo-macular traction on OCT – how should I monitor, when should I refer?

What is involved in a post-cataract ‘refractive enhancement’?

When should glaucoma patient/suspect be referred

Co-managing patients with issues following corneal transplantation

Co-management of glaucoma patients

Co-management of AMD patients

Efficient co-management of cataract patients using the CatTrax platform

Macular Holes

When should I refer a patient with Keratoconus?

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We would also like to extend an open invitation to you all to visit our new home at Re:Vision.  You are welcome any day or time to see our facility and join us in our clinic if you are interested or would like further CPD points.

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At Johnson & Johnson Vision, our responsibility is to doctors, nurses and patients who use our products. Regardless of the specific job each of us does, Johnson & Johnson people understand that our work matters.
Our business offers both state-of-the-art technologies and time-proven solutions across the continuum of care – we offer the full range of advanced refractive technologies including intraocular lenses, laser vision correction systems, phacoemulsification systems, viscoelastics and related products used in cataract and refractive surgery.

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