MDFA lends a helping hand to practitioners

O=MEGA PREVIEW: Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA)’s partnership manager and education team will be in attendance to explain how they can help eyecare professionals who are both time-poor, and strive for more patient referrals.

“MDFA can help you and your practice achieve both, with better patient outcomes,” the organisation states.

“MDFA can support all of your macular disease patients with immediate and lifelong information, support and non-clinical nutrition and lifestyle advice throughout their entire macular disease journey.”MDFA works with professionals to organise education seminars for staff and patients, help raise awareness and offer holistic patient care.

Visit Macular Disease Foundation Australia on Stand B6
  • To view a list of exhibitor speakers and seminars click here.
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