Event Debrief: Update in Refractive Surgery
On 10 May 2017, Mr James Ball, Mr Steve Naylor and Mrs Caroline Thacker gave a lecture about the latest insights in refractive surgery. The event took place at the stunning location in The Blackburn Wing.
Besides Mr Ball’s presentation, the highlight of the evening was a discussion workshop where the attendees had the opportunity to discuss patient cases with the consultants. The subjects discussed included analysis of the patient history information and biometry data to enable the optometrists to form the best treatment plan for the patient taking into account information given during the lecture.
According to the feedback from the participants, the event was a great success:
“Excellent CET event – the best I have been to, all elements of the evening were top notch, thank you!”
“Fantastic location and stunning surroundings, the perfect way to spend an evening at an educational event”
“I especially enjoyed the interactive discussion workshop as it is of relevance to me in practice and I have learnt a lot this evening”
“Excellent cutting edge facility with all the diagnostic equipment you could ever need!”
“Fantastic; easy to find, good parking and a magnificent setting”
The Custom Vision Clinic team would like to thank all the attendees and is pleased to welcome you to the next event.
About the author
Mr James Ball | Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
MA (Cantab) MB BChir FRCOphth CertLRS
I am a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Custom Vision Clinic, St James’s University Hospital, and Nuffield Hospital. My major interest is in refractive surgery and finding the best treatment suitable for each patient.
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