The British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) has announced that its Clinical Conference and Exhibition will be held in Manchester from May 28-31 and one of its guest speakers will be Australia’s Professor Deborah Sweeney, BCLA medallist and CEO of Vision CRC. Some the highlights of this, the 33rd running of the Conference include:
- World class education from leading U.K. and international authorities on contact lenses and anterior eye
- Special sessions on topical issues such as whether silicone hydrogel lenses have fulfilled their promise, the optimum replacement frequency for soft lenses, and how to interpret manufacturers’ clinical data
- Hands-on experience of new lenses and techniques • Presentations on developments in product technology
- A specially designed ‘Training day for medics’ on contact lens fitting for ophthalmologists
Key note speakers are Dr Ray Applegate from Indiana University and Dr. Ian Cox the Adjunct Professor at the University of Rochester. Dr. Cox is the holder of 12 patents and has published over 35 book chapters and peer reviewed articles. He has given over 100 invited and peer reviewed lectures at conferences both internationally and domestically.
Visit the BCLA www.bcla.org.uk for full details of the conference programme and exhibition as well as to register for the Conference.