Re:Vision’s new Co-Management Conference on Sunday 11 August to be held at its surgery in Mt Wellington, Auckland, promises to be the first of its kind in New Zealand, said organisers.
Six hours of CPD will be available, covering more than 15 topics, including how to co-manage a post-op ‘refractive surprise’, sharing the care of meibomian gland dysfunction patients, and efficient co-management of cataract patients using the CatTrax platform.
Founding ophthalmologist Dr Trevor Gray said Re:Vision’s first conference will be the first of its type, focusing primarily on co-management issues.
“The days of the one-way referral pathway from an optometrist to an ophthalmologist are long gone,” said Re:Vision’s Dr Mo Ziaei. This conference aims to provide an overview of how the two professions can work ever closer in providing care for a variety of conditions such as ocular surface disease, cataract, glaucoma and retinal disease.
For more or to register, visit, www.revision.nz/educational-events/auckland