It was that time of the year again to welcome the optometry and audiology industry to our yearly Clinical Conferences in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and the Netherlands.
Rumour has it that the Specsavers Clinical Conferences are flooded with coffee cups and chocolate wrappers stating that both coffee and chocolate is good for your eyesight. A quick search on the web returns thousands of web pages with the same information. We will examine the science behind this and see if adding chocolate or coffee to your diet should be a clinical recommendation.
Back in the office after the summer holidays, means for many office workers being back in the open-plan office. Research shows that the majority of employees is affected by ambient noise in the open-plan office. Talking, loud ringtones and noisy phone calls are amongst the biggest irritations.
Key-note speaker Phil Morgan speaks about contact lenses in depth at the Clinical Conference 2018. Eye care practitioners spend many hours of clinical time examining and fitting prospective contact lens wearers, only to see a significant proportion of them drop out.
We have the honour to award five Green Club members with tickets to the BCLA Conference in May 2019. Every two years, the BCLA hosts the United Kingdom’s largest Clinical Conference and Exhibition dedicated to contact lenses | more
All Green Club members are warmly invited to the Specsavers Clinical Conference 2018. There will be several international and national speakers from the optical and hearing industry to tell you all about the latest developments | more
With this excellent summer weather, we found it about time for a new look and feel on our website! We believe this design suits the Green Club: it’s clean, fresh & professional. And it’s not | more
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 | more
It’s a common stereotype: people who wear glasses are ‘nerds’ and are perceived brighter than those without spectacles. Now, research has shown that this has a kernel of truth and that those who wear glasses | more
This year’s Clinical Conferences host several international and national speakers from the optical and hearing industry to tell you all about the latest developments in the industry, case studies and much more. Keynote speakers Harrison | more