You can view all the upcoming conferences for interstate AONA meetings on their websites
Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association – Victoria Branch
Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association – NSW Branch
Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association – Queensland Branch
Details in the National Newsletter “Vision”
RANZCO 52nd Annual Congress
All AONA WA members are invited to attend the 2021 RANZCO Annual Congress. The 2021 Congress will be an opportunity to look towards the next 50 years of science, ophthalmology and the College.
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)
Early bird rate up to 17 September, $595 for AONA members Registrations here
EyeTeleC has been organised by the NSW AONA committee. Nationally AONA members can phone in and be part of a telephone conference.
These conferences last for approximately one hour. When you register you will be given a conference phone number to call in and join other ophthalmic nurses. The line is initially open where you can hear all participants. The line is then muted and the speaker will present the topic. The line will then be open for all to participate in question time. PowerPoint presentations will be email to you prior to the event.
The best thing about this is that you can participate from the comfort or your own home or get a group together in one place around one phone.
Please register at https://www.aonansw.org.au/index.php/events
Glaucoma Support Group
The Glaucoma Australia Support Group is a registered charity that provided information to patients with Glaucoma.
There are several events held at supporting hospitals in Perth where an ophthalmologist will give a presentation on glaucoma to all those affected by glaucoma.
Ophthalmic nurses are invited to “Talk on glaucoma” presented by Dr Rhuju Mehta, ophthalmologist.
Dr Rhuju Mehta completed her medical degree at University of Western Australia, and undertook her ophthalmology training at the prestigious Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne.
Dr Mehta has completed two Fellowships- a Glaucoma Fellowship at Royal Perth Hospital and the Fred Hollows Foundation Fellowship with Lions Outback Vision, providing clinical and surgical ophthalmic services to rural and remote Western Australia. She has presented at national and international conferences and has published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr Mehta is fluent in Gujarati and Hindi.
Ticket purchase includes afternoon tea and a raffle ticket. Afternoon tea kindly sponsored by Perth Eye Hospital, West Perth.
If you would like to confirm your attendance and pay in advance you can now book online at www.glaucoma.org.au/events OR you can call/text Gaela on 0416 074 415 or email email@example.com and pay on the day.