Harlow, UK – 23rd August 2019 - Haag-Streit UK (HS-UK), the leading manufacturer and distributor of gold-standard optometry and ophthalmic equipment, is delighted to confirm that Haag-Streit Academy will be hosting a Premier Slit Lamp Imaging course at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow on 25th
The aim of the Premier Slit Lamp Imaging Course is to provide attendees with a detailed overview of this highly-skilled ophthalmic imaging discipline. The day will include lectures and demonstrations delivered by a faculty of slit lamp imaging specialists.
The agenda will cover a wide range of topics, including ‘the history of the slit lamp’ and ‘a step-by-step guide to basic eye examination’. It will also cover the various techniques required for anterior imaging, including; diffuse, focal and indirect illumination and retro illumination using the retina.
There will also be hands-on workshop sessions, giving attendees the opportunity to examine their peers using state-of-the-art imaging devices, including Haag-Streit’s BX 900.
The Premier Slit Lamp Imaging Course will feature guest speaker, Steve Thomson, Slit Lamp Imaging Specialist, Haag-Streit Diagnostics, alongside other experts in the field, who will offer advice on how to get the most from your imaging module and will provide insights into the clinical importance of high-quality slit lamp images.
The course is CPD accredited and delegates will be able to claim 7.5 CPD points for their attendance on the day.
Grant Duncan, HS-UK Clinical Training Manager, said, “We look forward to welcoming delegates to this popular course. We are particularly excited to be hosting the event in Glasgow and we are delighted to be joined, once again, by Steve Thomson. He is a fantastic speaker with vast experience and skill in slit lamp imaging.”
The cost of the course is just £100 + VAT and lunch is included in the price. For further information or to book your place, please visit https://hsuk.co/slitlampimaging
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