Specialist keratoconus symposium Hertford UK, October 2018

Taking on the challenge of keratoconus  management with contact lenses
The expanding role for sclerals
Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th, Friday 12th October 2018
Presented by Hertford Optometry and Contact Lens Practice
The Castle, Hertford, Herts, SG14 1HR, UK.

For further information and booking go to: Keratoconus Symposium October 2018

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Sat 16 February 19 | New from LOCSU - Data Security and Protection Toolkit Update
Please see LOCSU's latest news about DSPT on QiO for your information. https://www.locsu.co.uk/what-we-do/communications/news-flashes/data-security-and-protection-toolkit-update/ Any queries, please email LOCSU at info@locsu.co.uk.


Sat 16 February 19 | Optometrist Required in Winchester
Optometrist Required for Winchester Independent: We are looking for a full time optom to join our happy team. Great salary and benefits in the beautiful historic town of Winchester, Hampshire. The ideal candidate will be interested in myopia management and dry eye assessment - if you are interested but not yet very experienced, training in these areas (and also in OCT interpretation) can be provided. We have a large team of skilled support staff, with five qualified Dispensing Opticians and also three part-time Optoms who you would be working alongside, as we have several consulting rooms and run double clinics on most days. Appointment times are 30 to 40 minutes (with pre-screening OCT) and our varied patient base ensures interesting day to day clinics and outside of work we enjoy the odd social gathering too! Contact cshipway@eyes.co.uk for further info.
Thu 24 January 19 | Hampshire LOC AGM - Save the Date - Guest Speaker Announced
On 5th June 2019 Hampshire LOC will be holding its Annual AGM including Committee elections from 18:00 - 21:00 at the Novotel, West Quay Road,  Southampton. We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker this year will be: Professor Pete Coffey, Professor of Visual Psychophysics, Director of the London Project to Cure Blindness at the Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London. Professor Coffey will talk about the project that aims to replace damaged and diseased retinal cells that lead to Age-related Macular degeneration with healthy cells that are grown from stem cells.

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