Sally Letson Symposium
September 12-14, 2019
Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario
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About the Society
The Canadian Society of Ophthalmic Medical Personnel (CSOMP) represents all allied health care personnel in ophthalmology working in Canada.
The goals of CSOMP are to work in association with the Canadian Medical Association in accrediting new ophthalmic programs in Canada, to provide continuing education and to maintain a strong membership consisting of all Canadian ophthalmic medical personnel.
CSOMP membership now good for 2 years
Membership in CSOMP shall include certified and non-certified ophthalmic assistants, technicians, technologists, students currently enrolled in a registered program... more
Our continuing education sessions are held annually during the COS meeting in June and every September during the Sally Letson symposium held in Ottawa. These popular sessions help our members stay current with new concepts and techniques in ophthalmology... more
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Marc D. Lafontaine, BSc, COMT
President and Treasurer
Canadian Society of Ophthalmic Medical Personnel
1565 Carling Avenue, Suite 110,
Ottawa ON K1Z 8R1