Members of the IOA took part in the European Academy of Optometry and Optics conference in Pula at the end of last month.
The 10th annual European Academy of Optometry and Optics (EAOO) conference saw more than 500 attendees taking part in over 60 sessions and clinical workshops.
Elaine Grisdale spoke about the Impact of digital age on optometric practice with Daniela Nosch.
IOA president Fiona Anderson gave a workshop on when ‘working’ eyes are smiling.
Jennifer Brower presented on low vision.
During the conference, the EAOO recognised and rewarded 3 individual members who have made a significant contribution to optometry and optics: Elaine Grisdale (UK), Bernd Schwenson (Finland) and Chris Hull (UK). The EAOO Fellowship is a mark of achievement to which all Academy members can aspire.
The next annual conference will take place on 18-20 May, in Rome.
Topic: Optical News