Recent Graduate Evening: Optometry outside the practice
Recent Graduate members of OV/SA are cordially invited to attend our Recent Graduate Evening: Optometry Outside the Practice.
Now that you are well and truly optometrists, it is not unusual to start thinking about what else you can do with your optometry degree, apart from seeing patients in practice.
OV/SA have arranged an evening especially for you to support your career planning needs. We have organized for you to have corporate photographs to be taken by a professional photographer to support your online professional presence and also hear from optometrists not in practice who have careers where having an optometry degree helped them to get them there.
This event is free and for Recent Graduate members only.
Meet your speakers:
Kai Lyn Goh
|After graduation, Kai Lyn worked as an optometrist at an independent private practice in regional Victoria, and then at a laser refractive surgery clinic in metropolitan Melbourne. She has spent time working in optometric education, holding positions as a pre-clinical teaching demonstrator at The University of Melbourne, and as a Course Program Manager at The Australian College of Optometry. Kai Lyn is currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for Eye Research Australia, where she has also worked as a Clinical Trials Coordinator in the Macular Research Unit.
|Jeena Tan – B.Optom (Therapeutics) CertPHO (ACO), completed her Bachelor of Optometry in 2011 from the University of Melbourne. She commenced clinical practice in regional Victoria before returning to a Specsavers practice in Melbourne in 2015, also undertaking the mentoring of graduates and supervision of optometry students during her time in practice. Currently in the role of Head of Clinical Systems for Specsavers ANZ, Jeena is passionate about developing and improving systematic interventions, in collaboration with health, technology and industry stakeholders that improve patient health outcomes and contribute towards the elimination of avoidable blindness. Outside her professional life, Jeena attempts keep optometry-speak to a minimum with her husband, also an optometrist, while spending time in the numerous playgrounds of Melbourne with their 3 year old son.