Welcome to the 20th Retina International World Congress

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Welcome to Auckland, the pacific meeting place. On behalf of the local organising committee  team, we welcome you to explore the site, here you will find all the information you need to decide how you will be part of a unique and unforgettable experience here in Auckland, New Zealand,  February 10-11, 2018.

Being part of a Retina International World Congress is an experience in optimism and  inspiration – a unique experience generated by bringing together some of the world’s foremost retinal scientists and clinicians along with the global leaders in patient advocacy and peer support.

Retina 2018 New Zealand will offer patients and their families, clinicians, rehabilitation professionals, students  and anyone with an interest in retinal disorders with interactive learning and networking opportunities that include short scientific presentations, expert panels, treatment approach plenaries and social events.

Our aim is to create the best educational  environment possible and we invite you to explore this site to read about the key contributors.  These will include the most acclaimed experts in biomedical research, clinical practice, rehabilitation best practice in blindness and world leaders in effective peer support methodologies and treatment advocacy.

If you would like to help in telling the world about this  unique congress for New Zealand we would greatly appreciate it – please download the conference flyer here.

For anyone staying on in Auckland after the Public Congress, Exclusive Tours have specifically designed 2 tour options for Monday 12 February. For more information and bookings, visit the tours page here.

CPD Points

Retina International 2018 has been approved for up to 4.0 clinical diagnostic and 7.4 general CPD points for optometrists attending the conference.
The total number and type of points awarded to optometrists will depend on the sessions attended.

For more information on CPD points, please contact:
Hannah Kersten
Email: h.kersten@auckland.ac.nz


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