We are proud and excited to announce professor Harrison Weisinger will again be presenting at the Clinical Conference this year.
Professor Weisinger holds qualifications in optometry and medicine, and works regularly as a general practitioner in Geelong, Australia. He completed his Masters and PhD at the University of Melbourne in the fields of visual neurophysiology and visual development.
At Specsavers Asia-Pacific, professor Weisinger was Director of Professional Services for 3 years. After that, in 2009, he started in the role of Foundation Director of Optometry and Chair in Optometry at Deakin University in Geelong, where he was responsible for designing a course to address the shortage of optometrists in regional and rural areas. After the first cohort of students had completed its studies in 2015, he took a step back and said he is immensely proud of what had been achieved and is grateful to the students. In the same year, he returned to Specsavers as Global Professional Services Director. He still is a professor at Deakin University and also as Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra.
Global trends in optometry
At last year’s Clinical Conference, professor Weisinger spoke about global trends in optometry. You can read all about his lecture here.
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We are excited to invite you to one of the biggest optical events of the year. Join us to get a glimpse into the future of optometry, be inspired by top of the line speakers and network with your peers. And of course earn your CET points while you’re at it.
If you haven’t signed up yet, you can still do that for free. All optometrists, opticians, optical dispensers, contact lens specialists, audiologists and hearcare professionals are welcome.
The Clinical Conferences take place at the following dates in the following cities:
|6 October||Stockholm, Sweden|
|7 October||Utrecht, The Netherlands|
|9 October||Helsinki, Finland|
|10 October||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|11 October||Oslo, Norway|
You can sign up via www.clinicalconference.eu.
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