Dear All,

We take immense pleasure in inviting you to the Garden City of India, Bengaluru, for the 3rd annual conference of “Buds to Blossom” of Narayana Nethralaya. Team B2B has been working extremely hard round the year to provide the best world-class treatment in the field of Binocular Vision, Neuro-optometry and Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).

We are organizing our 3rd CME – “What and How Does My Child See” on Saturday 14th March -Sunday 15th March 2020. The program has been crafted by experts to cater to the unmet need in the management of binocular vision and cortical visual impairment in children. We are sure you all will enjoy it!

The conference at the start of the decade marks the seminal theme of “Vision 2020, the Right to Sight”, a global initiative for the elimination of blindness. Narayana Nethralaya is proud to participate along with WHO and IAPB to promote “A world in which nobody is needlessly visually impaired, where those with unavoidable vision loss can achieve their full potential.”

We welcome you all to this event and look forward to hosting you.

Dr. Anand Vinekar,
MS (PGI), DNB, FRCS (UK), FPVR (USA), PhD (Netherlands)
Professor & Head, Department of Pediatric Retina,
Narayana Nethralaya.

Dear All,

The forthcoming CME will be held on Saturday 14th March -Sunday 15th March 2020, where we will be covering topics related to the management of binocular vision anomalies, low vision and CVI. All our topics will be enriched by eminent speakers in their respective fields with interesting case-based discussions.

We have included Contact Lens to the list of workshops to understand its role in Binocular Vision.  This year, we focus more on hands-on workshops, as we believe “practical” training creates a better learning model. For the first time we also focus on panel discussions.

The stage will be open to all institutions and hospitals to present their cases and their ‘best practices’. We believe this will take CVI therapy to new heights. We have a poster presentation for the 3rd and 4th year Optometry students and an optometry-based photography contest with attractive prizes to be won.

We will also introduce how recent advances in retinal imaging can enhance our understanding and treatment of CVI and how we can improve the quality of life for cases of traumatic brain injury.

Requesting you all to save the dates and register your names.

Puja Sarbajna
Senior Consultant Optometrist
Head, Department of ABC, Narayana Nethralaya.