HS-UK to Host Octopus 900 Perimetry Training Day

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Harlow, UK (PRWEB UK)

The objective of this course is to provide attendees with a detailed overview of how to get the most out of the Octopus 900 full-field perimeter, a device which offers both static and kinetic perimetry.

The day will include lectures delivered by perimetry specialist Dr. Fiona Rowe, Reader in Orthoptics at the University of Liverpool and Honorary Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.

The agenda will cover a wide range of topics, including; system & test set-up, static & kinetic examination, test evaluation cluster, polar & trend analysis and more.

In addition to a comprehensive lecture programme, there will be hands-on sessions and test simulations facilitated by the HS-UK team, allowing attendees the opportunity to gain experience using this state-of-the-art perimetry system.

Delegates will be able to claim 6 CPD points for their attendance on the day.

Grant Duncan, HS-UK Clinical Training Manager, commented, “We are pleased to be offering an in-depth overview of the Octopus 900, to ensure customers get the very best out of their perimeter. We are delighted to have secured Dr. Fiona Rowe, a key opinion leader and expert in the field of kinetic visual field analysis, to lead the course.”

The cost of the training day is £150 + VAT, which includes lunch. To book your place online, visit http://www.haagstreituk.com/octopusworkshop or, for more information, please contact Victoria Chapman-Brown, HS-UK Clinical Education & Training Co-ordinator on (01279) 456256 or email [email protected]

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