Myopia Summit will unleash revolutionary concepts from trailblazing experts, helping to push the boundaries and propel attendees to unprecedented heights in myopia management. This event will take place on April 20-21, 2024, at the Sheraton Suites Calgary, Eau Claire, bringing together optometrists and eye care professionals from across Canada who are committed to addressing myopia through the latest research, emerging trends, and best practices.
Myopia has become a growing concern worldwide, impacting the vision and overall well-being of millions. The Myopia Summit is poised to drive the conversation forward by engaging speakers to highlight the research, clinical insights, technological advancements, and practice management methods to revolutionize myopia management strategies across Canada.
The Myopia Summit will feature educational sessions with prominent industry leaders who are eager to share their advanced insights on the future of myopia and myopia management. By attending this event, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded professionals to share and learn together and gain unique insights into cutting-edge treatments, innovative technologies, and approaches to further their expertise in the field of myopia.
We are proud to announce the presenting sponsors of this event, who have demonstrated a strong commitment to advancing the future of myopia research. Axis Medical, CooperVision, and EssilorLuxottica are all global leaders in myopia management. These partnerships highlight the collaborative spirit of this event and are helping to shape the future of individuals affected by this prevalent condition.
Registration and More Information
Early bird registration for Myopia Summit will begin on October 30, 2023. We encourage those interested in attending the Myopia Summit to sign up for news and updates at myopiasummit.ca.
The Myopia Summit is organized by a group of individuals who believe in the advancement of myopia strategies. Our vision is to focus on addressing challenges posed by the prevalence of myopia in patients across the country, through learning, networking and collaboration.