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By Optometry Australia

Optometry Australia is committed to ensuring that you have ready access to the education that you need to meet your CPD obligations given the COVID-19 constraints.

We have curated for you a range of online education offerings that you can access via our Institute of Excellence and that will help you meet your CPD requirements.

Tomorrow, 26 May: Optometry 2040 – Leading you to Leverage Disruption

The webcast will be delivered by David Platt of Resilient Futures from 7:30pm to 9:00pm AEST. The webcast will explore the emerging disruptors impacting industry more generally in 2020, those impacting optometry as a profession, and you specifically as an optometrist. Members who attend will be automatically allocated 1.5 non-clinical CPD points, visible in the non-accredited section of your member portal. You can register here.

Independent Learning you can do now

Pre-recorded webcasts that are ready for viewing include:

Our latest Pharma issues are also available for you to access, all offering six points including therapeutic points:

  • In the March issue of Pharma, we take a deeper look at collaborative care, delving into clinical examples of how it can enhance the profession of optometry and produce better patient outcomes. This issue provides 6 (4T) CPD points. Complete the quiz and your CPD points will be automatically entered into your ‘MyCPD record.’
  • December 2019 issue of Pharma – 6 (4T) CPD points.
  • September 2019 issue of Pharma – 6 (1T) CPD points.
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