At last year's Clinical Conferences, Philip Morgan gave an interesting lecture about minimising drop-outs of contact lenses wearers. This year, he will return to all five Clinical Conferences to again deliver one of the keynote lectures on contact lenses. To gather input for his lecture, he would like to hear from you.
About one per cent of presbyopes wears multifocal contact lenses. Yet, by definition, 100% of presbyopes need vision correction – so there is an enormous opportunity for us to make a difference to the lives of millions of people by re-focussing our efforts on this part of the market.
Help us to identify the key issues to discuss at the conferences by answering the questionnaire. It will only take a few minutes. Even if you are not attending one of the conferences, you can still complete the survey. Many thanks!
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About Philip Morgan
Philip Morgan is Professor of Optometry, Head of Optometry, Deputy Head of the Division of Pharmacy and Optometry, and Director of Eurolens Research at The University of Manchester. He is also President of the International Society for Contact Lens Research and Vice President of the International Association of Contact Lens Educators. Philip is an honorary member of the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers, a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and of the British Contact Lens Association, and a member of the UK College of Optometrists. HE was the BCLA Medallist in 2014 and BCLA Pioneer’s Lecturer in 2015.
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