Change of venue to larger location
To accommodate larger numbers this event has been relocated to a new venue.
We are now contacting all on the waiting list as spaces are now available.
New Venue: University of Melbourne, Parkville, Bouverie St, Building 379, B103 (Theatre 1) Level B1, Street address: 207-221 Bouverie St. Use the northern entrance ( labelled 221) and take the stairs down to the basement.
Parking: University square car park, Entrance at 244 Bouverie St or 206 Berkeley St, Royal Pde Car Park, Via Royal Pde, Between Genetics Lane and Medical Rd.
This event is for early career optometrists and will provide participants with updates in glaucoma management, key clinical pearls to early detection and management as well as collaborative care. Differences in equipment and impact on clinical findings, what to do with glaucoma suspects, when to refer and when to hold on to will all be discussed.
Guest speakers are early career optometrist John Komser and former optometrist and now early career ophthalmologist Dr Nicholas Toalster. Dr Toalster is currently undertaking a glaucoma fellowship at RVEEH and previously completed a corneal fellowship at the Sydney Eye Hospital. He is passionate about training the next generation of healthcare professionals. John Komser is an early career optometrist practising at the Australian College of Optometry, private ophthalmology clinics and the RVEEH early glaucoma monitoring clinic.
An interactive team-based learning session will be included as part of the seminar, with 6T CPD points available for participants (with assessment).
Registration for the seminar is essential. Book online through the member portal or contact Optometry Victoria on firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 9652 9100.
Date: Monday 20 May, 2019
Time: 6.00pm - 8.30pm (Dinner and drinks provided)
Venue: University of Melbourne, Carlton, Bouverie St, Building 379, B103 (Theatre 1) Level B1, Street address: 207-221 Bouverie St. Use the northern entrance (labelled 221) and take the stairs down to the basement.
Cost: Free to Optometry Victoria members