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ACUVUE® Multifocal Contact Lens Virtual Workshop – Fitting Tips for Success!

Date: 30/11/2022 (AEDT)

Venue: Live Webinar (Zoom) - Register Here: https://qrco.de/JnJ2022REG

Provider: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care

Contact: Alex Koutsokeras, [E] akoutsok@its.jnj.com, [P] +61 427 789 681


If you enjoy providing innovative solutions for your presbyopic patients, this is a must-attend live, virtual event – and your last chance to gain interactive hours for this CPD year via a 1-Hour Zoom Meeting Workshop utilizing the Breakout Room feature to enable small group discussion.

At Johnson & Johnson Vision, we are committed to supporting you and your patients at all stages of life. This event will discuss ways of efficiently managing presbyopia, as well as how peers are talking to patients about what happens to eyesight after age 40. Our interactive workshop will allow you to discuss case studies with your peers, applying practical tips to help ensure fit success with presbyopic patients in your own practice.


Learning Objectives

  • Learn about some of the latest clinical insights into presbyopic vision correction needs and prescribing behaviours
  • Learn about Johnson & Johnson Vision’s multifocal contact lens technology, PUPIL OPTIMIZED DESIGN
  • Understand and apply modern, patient-centric, multifocal contact lens fitting protocols

Max CPD hours awarded: 1.5

Session Information

Name
ACUVUE® Multifocal Contact Lens Virtual Workshop – Fitting Tips for Success!
Clinical?
Yes
Interactive?
Yes
Therapeutic?
No
Duration of CPD Session/Module
1
Duration of CPD Session/Module inclusive of Assessment Component
1.5

Acknowledgement of Country

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