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Specsavers Conference Returns in Virtual Format

The Specsavers Clinical Conference (SCC) is returning on 10–11 September, with a distinctly 2022 look!  Now in its eleventh year, SCC2022 will be a virtual two-day ophthalmology-led event with live CPD content from an incredible line-up of industry-leading speakers, delivered over a state-of-the-art, custom-built virtual platform.

In addition to the virtual conference, in-person networking events will be hosted in each region across Australia on the Saturday evening for those who would like to socialise and connect with their peers. SCC2022 will also offer a range of extra on-demand content in addition to the live content for attendees to access when and where they want, offering a total of 20 hours of CPD.

“Optometrists will get the best of both worlds, being able to attend the Saturday and Sunday virtual conference from the comfort of their home and have the option to attend an in-person networking evening in their region, ensuring everyone can reconnect with the industry and enjoy the opportunity to connect with their peers,” said Specsavers Director of Optometry, Dr Ben Ashby.

SCC is open to all optometrists, students and industry professionals across Australia and New Zealand

“At Specsavers, we  are  committed to delivering world-class professional  development opportunities to all optometrists. For this year’s SCC, we have invested in the best technology available that guarantees to be the closest thing to an in-person event and promises to be interactive and engaging,” he added.

This years’ conference will include another stellar line-up of industry leaders presenting on myopia control, anterior eye therapeutics, ocular lesions, paediatrics, glaucoma, diabetes, age-related macular degeneration, neuro-ophthalmology and vitreoretinal.

High calibre speakers presenting during the two-day conference:

  • A/Prof Lyndell Lim, Centre for Eye Research Australia,
  • A/Prof Celia Chen, Vision SA, Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University
  • Dr Joel Yap, Auckland Eye,
  • Dr Rod O’Day, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Centre for Eye Research Australia,
  • Prof Robyn Guymer, Centre for Eye Research Australia, and
  • Dr Loren Rose, Macquarie University.

Open to All

SCC is open to all optometrists, students and industry professionals across Australia and New Zealand.

Register before 15 July and get two days for AU$149 for access to the two-day virtual program, all on-demand content and a ticket to the in-person social event in your region.

The full price will be $199 from 15 July onwards.

Visit: www.scc2022.com.au.