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CME session: Diabetic Eye Disease: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Monday 11 October

During the event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear from Dr James Leong (Ophthalmologist) and Dr Neil Avery (Ophthalmologist).

Date: Monday 11 October
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6 pm – networking
6.30 – 8.30 pm – presentation

Location: Bowen Hospital, Boardroom, 98 Churchill Drive, Crofton Downs, Wellington 6035

CPD: 2 Points

Learning outcomes:

  • To review the evidence-base for classification and treatments (including laser, intravitreal injections and vitreoretinal surgery) for diabetic eye disease–retinopathy, macular oedema and neovascular glaucoma.
  • To better understand how an individualised approach, rather than rigid evidence-based approach may help patients with diabetic eye disease to achieve better outcomes.
  • To briefly review the evolving evidence base for the role of very low carbohydrate dietary interventions in promoting remission of diabetes and minimising the sight-threatening consequences of diabetic eye disease.

Date & Time

Monday 11 October

6:00pm - 8:30pm

Venue

Bowen Hospital, Boardroom, 98 Churchill Drive, Crofton Downs, Wellington 6035

CME Point Value

2

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During the event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear from Dr James Leong (Ophthalmologist) and Dr Neil Avery (Ophthalmologist).

Date: Monday 11 October
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6 pm – networking
6.30 – 8.30 pm – presentation

Location: Bowen Hospital, Boardroom, 98 Churchill Drive, Crofton Downs, Wellington 6035

CPD: 2 Points

Learning outcomes:

  • To review the evidence-base for classification and treatments (including laser, intravitreal injections and vitreoretinal surgery) for diabetic eye disease–retinopathy, macular oedema and neovascular glaucoma.
  • To better understand how an individualised approach, rather than rigid evidence-based approach may help patients with diabetic eye disease to achieve better outcomes.
  • To briefly review the evolving evidence base for the role of very low carbohydrate dietary interventions in promoting remission of diabetes and minimising the sight-threatening consequences of diabetic eye disease.

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