We are very pleased to advise that BCLA's first Webinar of 2020 will take place on Wednesday 26 February 2020 from 18:30 - 19:30 and you can participate from the comfort of your own home.
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Drop-out rates and the reasons for that are complex, with tear film components and dry eyes as just one factor, and lens material, lens surface friction and edge design as other important components – as well as environmental factors. Many of these factors we as eye care practitioners (ECPs) have no say over, and no control over. What we do have control over is the lens fit. This discussion focuses on that topic: how can we get control over the fitting of soft lenses – and optimize lens fit, in order to best respect and follow the shape of the ocular surface.
Eef van der Worp is an educator and researcher. He received his optometry degree from the Hogeschool van Utrecht in the Netherlands (NL) and his PhD from the University of Maastricht (NL). He now runs his own research & education consultancy 'Eye-Contact-Lens' based in Amsterdam (NL). He is on the education committee for a number of international conferences, including the Global Specialty Lens Symposium (GSLS) in the US and the Dutch Contact Lens Conference (NCC) and Dutch Optometric Society meeting (OVN). He is a board member of the BCLA journal Contact Lens & Anterior Eye. Eef is adjunct assistant Professor at Pacific University College of Optometry (Oregon, USA), and adjunct Professor at the University of Montreal University College of Optometry (CA) and he is lecturing extensively worldwide and is a guest lecturer at a number of Universities in the US and Europe.
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