2023 ASO Skills Expo
Lead. Engage. Inspire.
The 8th Australian Society of Ophthalmologists (ASO) Skills Expo is returning to Sydney in 2023 after a short hiatus and following the successful 2022 event that was held in Melbourne.
Save the date to join us in Sydney from 2–4 June 2023 for one of the largest gatherings of the Australian ophthalmology industry.
The ASO Skills Expo tests the thinking of the industry with robust debates on the key topics and challenges our doctors and their patients are navigating.
It is an opportunity to come together with ophthalmology peers to share the latest in best practice, knowledge and cutting-edge medical technology developments.
Welcome Drinks | Friday, 2 June 2023
Before getting straight to business, you are invited to attend a welcoming cocktail event. It's a chance to connect with colleagues and ease into a weekend of engaging discussion, learning and innovation.
Day One | Business and Clinical Session | Saturday, 3 June 2023
A full day of clinical practice updates, business skills training, and health policy insights.
Day Two | Morning Breakfast Session | Sunday, 4 June 2023
Exclusive to ASO members, this morning session comprises a CEO Leaders Breakfast Forum. The forum is for device suppliers, hospital groups, society presidents and practice leaders to identify current health system issues and future challenges with advice on how to approach the next few years.
Click here to download a copy of the one-page event programme.
About the Venue
This year's Expo will be held at the Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC) in Goulburn Street.
A hidden gem in Sydney's CBD, the SMC is regarded as one of the City's most architecturally significant buildings as an impressing reminder of the heyday of Brutalist style.
The architectural icon boasts 13 fully accessible event spaces that can cater to everything Expo from small workshops and training sessions to impressive conferences and VIP dinners.
The venue is well-situated to public transport (train, light rail and bus), as well as cost-effective parking, making it a venue primed to be enjoyed by those both local or visiting Sydney.