Myopia Control & Child Contact Lenses I-CET

It is no longer justified to just follow a child myope into a high myopic status with the increased risks of pathology later in life. As clinicians we have a duty of care to implement proven strategies to control myopia. 

Early adopters have been succesfully practicing myopic control for more than 8 years and potentially saving vision by doing so. Share in the science and the practical experience from some of the clinicians at the forefront of this technology and how you might implement into your day to day practice.


22nd September : Southampton (full)
27th 28th and 29th September : London (full)
30th September ; Solihull (full)
3rd October : Glasgow (full)

10th October : Edinburgh BOOKING ENQUIRY

11th October : Manchester BOOKING ENQUIRY

12th October : London BOOKING ENQUIRY

13th October : London  BOOKING ENQUIRY

17th October : Bristol BOOKING ENQUIRY

18th October : Southampton  BOOKING ENQUIRY

19th October : Solihull  BOOKING ENQUIRY

 20th October : Leeds  BOOKING ENQUIRY

7th November : London  BOOKING ENQUIRY

8th November : London  BOOKING ENQUIRY

 9th November : Cardiff  BOOKING ENQUIRY


NOVEMBER 2016 dates in most locations. Click


6.00pm-6.30pm. 'Meet & Greet'
6.39pm -7.30pm. Myopia Control: Science & Practice: CET 1 pt
7.45pm-8.45pm.  Developing a Dry Eye Practice: CET 1 pt

Comments from previous delegates


"An inspirational evening" D.P Optometrist

"I was blown away by the science and innovations in Myopia Control. Why didn't I know about this before?" J.B. Contact Lens Optician

"Practice changing concepts and delivered in an easy style and easy to understand. More importantly I have the confidence to change what I do when I go back to work tomorrow. I am actually keen to get back and get started" M.N. Cynical Old Optometrist

The evidence base & practiticalities of ‘Myopia Control’ & “Children in Contact Lenses’ .

The presenter, Nick Dash, will provide the scietific evidence and more than 8 years practical experiences fitting contact lenses to effect a reduction in myopic progression in children. Reducing the myopia end point in adulthood is more than reducing dependency on optical aids or thinner lenses. More-over it is more to do with the reduction potential sight threatening pathologies in adulthood.
Discussing the simple choice of soft lens designs available in todays market. Comparing Soft Lens and OrthoK methods of fitting myopic children. Patient records will be used to illustrate this and create a forum for a round table discussion with participation of attendees. Highlighting specific features of lenses that meet the evidence based criteria to attempt myopia control.

Lecturer/Speaker: Nicholas Dash, Independent Optometrist & Honorary Lecturer at University of Cardiff Dept of Optometry:

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