More than 300 people have participated in each of the first two glaucoma webinars delivered by Associate Professor Graham Lee in collaboration with Specsavers.

Dr Lee is a cataract, glaucoma, cornea and external diseases physician and surgeon, and is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Queensland. He specialises in cataracts, trabeculectomy, glaucoma drainage devices, corneal transplantation, pterygium, ocular surface disorders.

The four-part series, which commenced on June 2 will continue for the rest of the month covering key areas of glaucoma detection and referral.

The remaining two lectures in the series will be held on June 16 and June 23, with a focus on interpreting the findings of field analysis and OCT to detect signs of progression of the disease as well as the medications that formulate a treatment regimen for glaucoma.

Specsavers optometrists can register for these sessions through the events section on their MyCPD portal account.

All events will be hosted on zoom and details for the call will be provided on each MyCPD event page.