The SCC Online Series is off and running with almost six hundred optometry professionals taking part in the first live webinar on July 29.
The series continues as we head into August with five new live events, including our first panel discussion on diabetes, and an exclusive graduate session for all our early career optometrists.
What’s coming in August
Live Webinar – Clinical Decision Making in Vitreoretinal Disorders
Wednesday, August 5, 7pm AEST
Presented by Dr Matthew Russell, OKKO Eye Specialist Centre
Fringe Talk – The Role of MDFA
Thursday, August 6, Available on-demand
Presented by Sabine Ostrowski, Macular Disease Foundation
Livd webinar: To review or refer – Managing Diabetic Retinopathy
Wednesday, August 12, 7pm AEST
Presented by Associate Professor Samantha Fraser-Bell, University of Sydney
Panel Discussion – Diabetic Eye Disease: A Collaborative Approach
Wednesday, August 19, 7pm AEST
Presented by Peter van Wijngaarden Deputy Director and Principal Investigator, Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA), Professor Greg Johnson, CEO Diabetes Australia and Peter Larsen, Group Eye Health Strategy Director, Specsavers
Graduate Event – Contact Lenses
Monday, August 17, 7pm AEST
Presented by Julia Kwok, Professional Services Associate, CooperVision
Live webinar – Myopia control in a busy clinic
Wednesday, August 26, 7pm AEST
Presented by Dr Caroline Catt, Sydney Ophthalmic Specialists & Gordon Eye Surgery
Each SCC Online Series event will be eligible for both Australian CPD Points and New Zealand CD and General Points.
A range of on-demand video and articles, covering topics including dry eye and contact lens innovation will also form part of our August line-up.