THE Myopia Meeting Coming to Vancouver
Following a successful Canadian debut in Toronto last November, THE Myopia Meeting (TMM) Canada is heading west to Vancouver, BC, on June 11, 2023.
THE Myopia Meeting is a full day event, focused exclusively on the topic of myopia management. The event includes 4 hours of COPE-accredited continuing education courses presented by experts in the field.
Additionally, clinical reviews will cover the latest diagnostic and monitoring technologies along with the newest myopia control treatments. Break times, and the free lunch will provide attendees with peer-to-peer networking opportunities.
The day promises to be of tremendous value for eye care professionals who are either starting a myopia management practice or growing an existing one.
Clinical and Practice Management Aspects Covered
Optometry practice management expert, Dr. Gary Gerber co-founder of Treehouse Eyes, will kick off the CE program promising to reveal the two sentences needed to grow a Myopia Management Practice.
Vancouver-based Dr. Sherman Tung will deliver a 1-hour course entitled, “Orthokeratology Advanced Grand Rounds.” Dr. Tung was honoured as BC Optometrist of the Year in 2019.
Dr. Habir Sian, a prolific and passionate patient and practitioner educator and co-owner of two Vancouver area practices, will share his advice on implementing a myopia management practice.
The Continuing Education agenda will be rounded out by Program Chair, Review of Myopia Management Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Dwight Ackerman. Each of these courses are COPE-accredited.
Clinical reviews from the event Gold Sponsors, including CooperVision, HOYA, and Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, will be interspersed with the CE, keeping the pace lively and providing ample opportunity for networking.
The registration cost is $80.
THE Myopia Meeting Canada is presented by Review of Myopia Management and GMAC (Global Myopia Awareness Coalition) which is comprised of a number of companies and associations partnering globally to increase public awareness of childhood myopia, the risk of eye disease associated with myopia, and encourage consumers to ask their eye care professionals about treatment options for childhood myopia.
CRO (Clinical & Refractive Optometry) Journal is the COPE-administrator for this event.
TMM will be returning to Toronto on December 2, 2023. Circle the date.