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ODMAFAIR 09 Continuing Education

ODMAFAIR 09 continues to draw strong interest from in the lead up to opening at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from July 10 – 12. Spanning three exhibition halls, this year’s Fair will feature more than 130 suppliers offering a diverse range of products, equipment and services; from display racks to ophthalmic drugs, high tech equipment and the very latest trends in eyewear and eye care.

With a strong focus on visitor satisfaction, ODMAFAIR will offer visitors five new seminar and workshop sessions as part of the its continuing education program. All sessions attract CPD points and are held within the ODMAFAIR 09 exhibition halls.


Sessions include:

Dry Eye, Past, Present & Future: Presented by Professor Minas Coroneo, this session will include case studies and review recent research advances and how they will impact on dry eye management in the future.

Retinal Surgery – Today & Beyond: Presented by Dr. Kwon Kang, this will provide insights into the current state of vitreoretinal surgery. Practical considerations for the role of optometrists in managing surgical retinal patients will be discussed and delegates provided with a glimpse of new retinal surgery innovations in the pipeline.

The Long & Winding Road to Better Outcomes in Cataract Surgery: Presented by Dr. Richard Smith, it will take delegates on a walk through the last decade of cataract surgery, examining the problems, shortcomings and complications and discussing the technologies and techniques that are dramatically improving outcomes.

Seeing Beyond the Glare: This is a special focus workshop being presented by Maui Jim’s Rx Training Manager, Dave Burch and will concentrate on the importance of sun wear protection. The focus is on technology available to protect eyes, debunking myth from reality and summarising some of the newest technologies available like colour enhancement and digital surfacing of Rx sunwear.

ODMA is also staging a special retail workshop, “Baking A Business” on Sunday, July 12. The session will provide recipes for reinvigorating businesses, increasing profitability, maximising cash flow and freeing up time! Once again, Carl Zeiss will host a special Breakfast Session on Saturday July 11. This year’s topic…GDx and OCT: Where They Fit in the Clinical Setting.

Dr. Allan Bank (Head of Ophthalmology at Bankstown Hospital and Head of Glaucoma Service at Prince of Wales Hospital) and Anna Delmadoros (Senior Staff Optometrist at the School of Optometry UNSW and Josef Lederer Award winner) will draw on their extensive experience to answer many of the questions you might have about these technologies. To register for this session, contact l.kwok@zeiss.com.au or call (AUS) 02 9020 1333

ODMAFAIR will again provide free internet facilities for visitors. Three cafes/lounges will be in operation throughout the fair and visitors will be able to take advantage of free crèche facilities during opening hours!

All attendees can go in to the draw to win from an impressive prize pool, including a seven day return trip for two to Silmo Paris 2009. Prebookings are essential for all sessions and this can be done on line at www.odmafair.com.au

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