OA Live Journal Club Review - Intravitreal dexamethasone versus bevacizumab in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with DME (Oasis Study)

Topic
Intravitreal dexamethasone versus bevacizumab in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with DME (Oasis Study) - presented by Dr Joos Meyer
Date
13 April 2021
Start Time
8.00pm AEST
Venue
Online (via computer)
Contact Name
Orthoptics Australia
Contact Phone
03 9586 6080
Contact Email
events@orthoptics.org.au
Max. Attendees
75
Who Can Register?
Anyone


The OA Continuing Education Committee presents the Live Journal Club Review. OA Journal Club is available to you as orthoptists to enable you to build on current skills and knowledge. The aim of the club is to promote evidence based orthoptic practice and critical thinking in our working environment.  

The presenter will be Dr Joos Meyer and the title of their presentation is "Intravitreal dexamethasone versus bevacizumab in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with Diabetic Macular Edema.(The OASIS Study)".

 

Date: Wednesday 13 April 2021

Time: 8.00pm AEST, click here for your local time zone

Topic: Intravitreal dexamethasone versus bevacizumab in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with Diabetic Macular Edema.(The OASIS Study)

Location: Online

Cost: This event is FREE for Members and and $11.00 for Non-Members to participate

 

About the Presenter - Dr Joos Meyer

Dr Joos Meyer currently a service registrar in ophthalmology at Fremantle Hospital. He has completed his bachelor of medical sciences in Aboriginal ophthalmic public health. He has recently completed his residency at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He was awarded the Bayer Research Fellowship in 2019 and has experience in research design and development.

 

On completion of the webinar, participants will be required to answer a multiple choice quiz, based on the webinar content. A link to this quiz will be emailed to all those who register to participate in the webinar, along with the webinar link and access instructions. You will need to complete this quiz in order to claim your CPD points.