The Australian College of Optometry’s 2017 National Conference this October will include topics aimed at building existing skills and advancing best-practice learning from around the world. Registrations are now open.
The two-day conference programme, in which delegates can obtain in excess of 40 CPD points, will include more than 15 presentations on a broad range of accredited clinical and therapeutic areas, led by experts from the profession.
An interactive symposium will highlight alternative approaches to the management of glaucoma and enable delegates to learn from each other to enhance their daily practice.
The ACO National Conference will take place from 21–22 October at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Registrations are now open and include all catered breaks, a breakfast session, cocktail party and afternoon dual breakout sessions. A 25 per cent early bird discount is available to those who register before 30 June.