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Zeiss Global Optometry Summit – 23 March

Zeiss is marking World Optometry Day this week on Wednesday 23 March with its Global Optometry Summit where key speakers – including Australia’s Mr James Armitage – will discuss key trends and challenges facing the profession.

The global virtual event is taking place in Australia at 4:30pm ACDT (5pm AEDT) and will see attendees engage with Zeiss’ product experts and discover the company’s innovative solutions that support optometry practices and patients.The 90-minute summit features presentations on glaucoma management and the Zeiss Glaucoma Workflow, a panel discussion with leading experts, live chat with Zeiss representatives throughout, and a new Virtual Exhibit Hall showcasing an interactive clinic experience and Zeiss optometric solutions.

The program will include:

Welcome and keynote speaker
Mr Angelo Rago, head of global ophthalmic diagnostics & president of Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc, and Zeiss ODs on Zeiss Innovation

Live interviews with Zeiss product managers and partners
Antonio Chirumbolo, OD

Using ultrawide imaging to assist optometrists in a comprehensive diagnosis and management of glaucoma
Wes McCann, OD, Canada

Glaucoma management: Setting the standard with perimetry and glaucoma progression analysis
Michael Chaglasian, OD, US

Using OCT and OCT-A trend-based analysis to inform clinical decision making and improve patient care
James Armitage, BOptom, PhD, Australia – Professor of Optometry, Deakin University.

Zeiss Glaucoma Workplace – Glaucoma patient workflow at its best
Craig McArthur, Scotland

Panel discussion and Q&A moderators 
Mark Dunbar, OD, USA
Laura Nai, Optometrist, Singapore

To register, click here.

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