The 36th anniversary of Singapore’s National University Hospital (NUH) International Eye Conference, to be held virtually from 21-22 January, will focus on recent advances in ophthalmic innovation and multi-disciplinary management of ophthalmic conditions.
The session will cover multi-disciplinary practices in ophthalmology, including oculoprosthetics service in retinoblastoma, the NUH Collaborative Community Eye Care experience, and discussion on how appropriate eye wear and use of prisms can help in the management of strabismus.
The virtual format hopes to bring together regional and international faculty, and create a platform for thought-provoking discussions on latest developments in ophthalmic innovations
Chaired by Dr Blanche Lim and A/Prof Clement Tan (Singapore), the conference will include presentations from the following:
Dr Robert McQuaid (US) on meibography and Intense Pulsed Light Therapy; Ms Annette Hoskin (Australia) on eye protection in preventing sports eye injuries; Dr Sarika G (India) on augmented reality technology in improving visual acuity and quality of life of individuals with low vision; Dr Narayanan Rajeev (Singapore) on vision-related quality of life following orthokeratology; Ms Betty Fong (Singapore) on prism management for ocular deviations; Ms Suriya Waled (Singapore) on oculoprosthesis in retinoblastoma; and A/Prof Clement Tan (Singapore) on collative community eye care: the NUH experience.
The virtual format hopes to bring together regional and international faculty, and create a platform for thought-provoking discussions on latest developments in ophthalmic innovations.