We are very much looking forward to exhibiting at the SOC – (Scottish optical conference) on Sunday 24th November in Glasgow. It will be our first time at the SOC, and we can’t wait.
We will be exhibiting the latest in treating dry eye syndrome and meibomian gland disorder (MGD), the Eye-light range from Espanione and the Antares topographer from CSO. The Antares gives practitioners ability to perform a full dry eye assessment and gives an advanced analysis of the tear film.
We will also have our exclusive range of dry eye drops from Omisan, which include a range that are PRESERVATIVE FREE
Joint Course Organisers, Dr Scott Mackie (previously Eyecare 3000) & Mrs Caroline Christie (previously Optometric Educators) have a pedigree for running successful events and are well known in the industry. They have and will continue to work in conjunction with other stakeholders: National Education for Scotland (NES), Optometry Scotland (OS), Association of British Dispensing Opticians (ABDO), British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) and GCU (Glasgow Caledonian University). Using their combined collection of contacts SOC aims to be an overwhelming winner for practitioners and industry alike and to become an annual fixture in the CET calendar.
There are 3 tracks available at the SOC this year (see below)
TRACK 1 – SCLOSS/Anterior Eye Update 15 CET points including IP and Peer Review, Target Groups OOs, IPs and CLOs
TRACK 2 – Optometry Update 17 CET points including IP and Peer Review, Target Groups OOs and IPs
TRACK 3 – Business/Marketing Update 11 CET points including Peer Review, Target Groups OOs, DOs and Practice Staff
If you would like to know more about the forthcoming SOC then follow the link www.soc.scot