An Optometrists Guide to Managing the Latest Advances in IOL Technology - Mackay, Alcon Surgical
Date: 11/10/2022 (AEST)
Venue: Rydges, 9 Gregory Street, Mackay, QLD, 4740
Provider: Alcon Vision Care
Contact: Susan Gaskell, [E] firstname.lastname@example.org, [P] 0438 552 227
- At completion of this CPD activity, participants should be able to identify and understand the features, advantages and expected outcomes of different IOL types used in cataract surgery.
- At the completion of this CPD activity participants should be able to identify and discuss which IOL and vision correction options may suit a patient’s individual needs
- At completion of this CPD activity, participants should be able to communicate relevant information to the ophthalmologist to assist them in the choice of IOL that best meets the patient’s ocular health and visual needs
- At completion of this CPD activity, participants should be able to confidently manage the visual needs of a patient with PCIOLs post-surgery and counsel them appropriately.
Max CPD hours awarded: 2.25
|1. Why does IOL technology matter to optometrists? PC IOL technology update|
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