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Come out and connect with fellow optometrists while earning a CE credit!

Dr. Tom Liu will be presenting on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction: A Key Component to Ocular Surface Management. A live demo will follow. Register today to secure your spot!

Course
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction: A Key Component to Ocular Surface Management | COPE: 62960-AS, 1 CE credit

Course Description
This course will discuss the known types of Dry Eye with special emphasis on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, MGD. The prevalence of MGD and key patients (including contact lens wearers, cataract and glaucoma) will be discussed, along with the importance of identifying MGD early by evaluating the structure and function of the meibomian glands. Further discussion on the contemporary approach vs treating MGD proactively. Dr. Liu will review the supporting evidence for best practices to manage MGD and how you can successfully educate your staff and patients.

This event is supported by an unrestricted education grant from Johnson & Johnson Vision


AGENDA

6:00 pm – Arrival & Sign-In (Hors d’oeuvres & Refreshments provided)
6:30 pm – Presentation
Presenter: Dr. R. Tom Liu | Meibomian Gland Dysfunction: A Key Component to Ocular Surface Management | COPE: 62960-AS, 1 CE credit
7:30 pm – “Get your glands scanned” – Lipiscan demo
8:30 pm – Wrap-up


BCDO Cancellation Policy

BCDO is committed to providing educational CE opportunities to our members. Unfortunately, when one member cancels without giving enough notice, it may prevent another member from attending if the event is at capacity. Please call or email us by Thursday, June 13 to notify us of any changes or cancellation.
Email: info@optometrists.bc.ca
Phone: 604-737-9907

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121–10551 Shellbridge Way
Richmond, BC.
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