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OWA Metro CPD presented by South Street Eye Clinic
Monday 22nd February 2021

Optometry Western Australia’s first CPD will be on Monday 22nd Feb presented by Dr Olivia MacVie, Dr Chee Kang & Dr Xia Ni Wu.

Topic: Lifting the Lid on 2021
Topic: Full Thickness Macular Holes
Topic: Plaquenil & the Eye: An Update

Session Information
Venue:  Fj Clark Building, Nedlands

6pm arrival for refreshments
6.30pm start – 90 minutes duration

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Learning Objectives

  • Identify and appropriately manage the at-risk patient who is on long-term hydroxychloroquine use
  • Understand current management strategies for full thickness macular holes
  • Be aware of how upper lid conditions may affect patients and the ways in which they can present
  • Assess upper lid conditions and be aware of how these may be managed surgically or otherwise

Max CPD hours awarded: 1.5 (o.5T)

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Dr Olivia MacVie

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DR OLIVIA MACVIE
MBBS (UWA), FRANZCO, DipWSET)

Dr MacVie graduated in medicine at the University of Western Australia.
She completed specialist ophthalmology training in Western Australia and gained Fellowship to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists in 2011.
• After completion of training she undertook further fellowship training overseas, completing fellowships with the Fred Hollows Foundation and in the UK at Bristol Eye Hospital , Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Royal Free Hospital in London. She specialises in cataract surgery and general ophthalmic conditions. She has a subspecialty interest in oculoplastics. Dr MacVie is a consultant ophthalmologist at South Street Eye Clinic and holds public hospital appointments at both Perth Children’s Hospital and Royal Perth Hospital.

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Dr Chee Kang

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Graduate of UWA medical school 2001
Completed RANZCO training in WA 2012
Completed fellowship in surgical and medical retina in UK 2014 (Exeter & Southampton)
Consults from South Street Eye Clinic (WA) and Fremantle hospital (WA) with interest in treatment of retinal diseases, general ophthalmology and cataract surgery.

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Dr Xia Ni Wu

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Dr Wu graduated with honours from the University of Western Australia, and completed her specialist ophthalmology training in Melbourne and Perth. Dr Wu undertook the Fred Hollows Foundation Fellowship with Lions Outback Vision, providing clinical and surgical ophthalmic care in rural and remote Western Australia. She then pursued further advanced subspeciality training at the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, United Kingdom.
Dr Wu has sub-speciality interests in uveitis and retinal diseases including infective and inflammatory diseases, inherited retinal dystrophies, macular degeneration, and retinal vascular diseases. She also accepts general ophthalmology referrals. Dr Wu has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and has written a number of book chapters on ocular inflammation.