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Registration and drinks reception: 18:30 - 19:00
Evening Lecture: 19:00 - 20:00
EVENING LECTURE (19:00 - 20:00)
The evening lecture "Surgical advances for correction of presbyopia" will be presented by Mr Allon Barsam.
This will be a video based presentation showing all of the most commonly accepted surgical interventions for presbyopia as well as newer innovations which are now available. Interventions covered will include: laser blended vision, implantable contact lenses, sulcus based lenses and capsular bag fixated intraocular lenses. Intraocular lenses covered will include simple mono vision with mono-focal lenses, toric lenses, trifocal lenses and extended depth of focus lenses. Advantages and limitations of each technique will be covered as well as patient selection theory. There will be time for questions.
Allon Barsam has set up and now runs a tertiary NHS practice specialising in cornea and refractive surgery. His private practice is predominantly laser and lens vision correction surgery. He has published over 40 peer review publications, 10 book chapters and a major ophthalmology textbook now entering its second edition. He is a global opinion leader for the Ophthalmic Surgical Industry and is regularly invited to lecture both nationally and internationally.
This evening lecture has been approved for 1 CET point.
Points: 1 CET Point
Competencies covered: Optometrist (communication) and Dispensing Optician (communication)
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The closest tube station is Oxford Circus on the Victoria, Bakerloo and Central lines. On arrival at Oxford Circus take exit 4 (Oxford Street/ Upper Regent Street) and turn left out of the exit. Walk for approximately 200 yards along Oxford Circus and then turn right onto Holles Street. Cavendish Square is at the end of Holles Street. 20 Cavendish Square is located to your left on the corner of Henrietta Place.
VENUE & TRAVEL INFORMATION
20 Cavendish Square is on the corner of Henrietta Place and Cavendish Square, just behind John Lewis which is on Oxford Street. This is close to Oxford Circus and Bond Street underground stations.
There are a number of mainline train stations close to 20 Cavendish Square. Below is a rough guide to travel times:
Charing Cross, Euston, Victoria and Paddington: approx 10 minutes
Euston, Kings Cross/St Pancras, Waterloo: approx 15 minutes
We strongly recommend that you plan your journey in advance. Please visit the Royal College of Nursing website for further travel information.
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