Take a Gamble on Learning: GSLS 2022 Event Preview
One of the largest contact lens conferences is back in person in 2022, and we are excited to double down on learning. Contact Lens Spectrum’s annual Global Specialty Lens Symposium brings together attendees from over 80 countries looking to expand their knowledge – and their practices. Expert panel discussions, clinical workshops, breakout sessions, and sponsor exhibitions will focus on diagnosing, managing, and treating ocular conditions with specialty contact lenses.
Looking Forward in 2022
Patrick Caroline, GSLS Program Committee Member, and Randy Kojima, Clinical Research and Development Director for Precision Technology and Clinical Advisor to Medmont, are leading a workshop on “Moving Orthokeratology Forward in 2022.” The session will focus on orthokeratology science and how it drives lens design, methodology, and technique. In addition, Patrick and Randy will break down the most-used OrthoK approaches and offer their opinions and expertise to determine the value of your patient’s myopia management.
With so much recently uncovered about myopia trends and treatments, this session will be packed with information you can put into use right away to better serve your patients and enhance your practice.
Make sure to stop by our booth in the exhibition hall. Experienced partners will be on hand to talk about how the medmont meridia™ Advanced Topographer can boost your myopia management practice. The medmont meridia will be on display for you to get up close and personal with – testing its best-in-class accuracy and multi-modal eye health evaluation capabilities. Ask about special pricing, just for GSLS attendees, offered by one of our premier distributors.
Looking Back at 2021
The most recent GSLS event in January 2021 was online, so we’re extra excited to (safely) meet in person in 2022. Prep for the big event by watching our 2021 presentation. Randy talks about how the medmont meridia can be used to improve eye care for your patients.
Put it All on 20 (20/20 Vision, That Is)
If you can’t make the event, you can still see all that corneal topography can add to your practice. Hit the “request more info” button below to learn more and schedule a demo. And be sure to follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook to get current news, stay in the know of industry trends, and expand your knowledge base. For instructional videos on using corneal topography in your practice, subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Contact Lens Spectrum and the event host, Bally’s, have strict wellness plans in place. They continue planning following the current guidelines and will continue to monitor recommendations and adjust if necessary.