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Event Registration - May Webinar Series

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Tuesday, May 05, 2020
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
The webinar presenters are as follows: May 5: Sonia (Xiaosong) Zhu, May 12: Tina Phillips, COT, May 19: Brandy Lorek, CDOS, ROUB, May 26: Neil Choplin, MD
If you have any questions, please contact the Administrative Services Department at (800-284-3937) or e-mail

Registration is now Closed.
Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, May 25, 2020.

Title: May 2020 Webinar Series Special
Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 7:30 p.m., Central Time through Tuesday May 26, 2020, 7:30 p.m., Central Time
  • May 5: "OCT as an Efficient Tool for Unexplained Vision Loss in Pediatric Ophthalmology" by Sonia (Xiaosong) Zhu
  • May 12: "The Do's and Don'ts of the Dry Eye Patient" by Tina Phillips, COT
  • May 19: "Case Studies in Ophthalmic Ultrasound" by Brandy Lorek, CDOS, ROUB
  • May 26: "Visual Fields" by Neil Choplin, MD
Level of Courses: Basic - Advanced
Credit: 4 IJCAHPO Group A CE credit
Cost: $25

Course Description:

Access to each webinar recording will be available starting at approximately 7:30 p.m. Central Time, on each of the four dates below. Access to the webinar recordings and quizzes will end at 11:00 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

May 5 OCT as an Efficient Tool for Unexplained Vision Loss in Pediatric Ophthalmology When pediatric vision loss cannot be explained by refractive error, strabismus, or related amblyopia, it is often assumed that the cause is functional. Sometimes severe underlying etiologies are potentially overlooked. Case studies demonstrate how OCT is a helpful screening tool, or can identify retinal and optic nerve disease (stargardt, foveal hypoplaia, RP, ON atrophy, etc.).

May 12 The Do's and Don'ts of the Dry Eye Patient Dry eye can lead or mislead you down a difficult path. This course will review issues and indications that can arise during exams and triage with your patients. It will give you key pointers and tips on how to identify dry eye symptoms and how to manage them successfully during your work up and beyond.

May 19 Case Studies in Ophthalmic Ultrasound Standardized echography and ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) will be demonstrated as effective diagnostic tools in the clinical practice. Clinical findings and other imaging modalities including fundus photography, angiography and OCT will be correlated with ultrasound findings.

May 26 Visual Fields This course reviews the basics of visual field testing. Definitions of terms, how the machines work, minimizing testing errors, and suggestions for how to run a visual field testing system will be covered. Guidelines for interpretation of results will also be included.

After each broadcast, webinar access will continue until 11:00 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Purchase this webinar series and earn 4 IJCAHPO Group A credits for $25. Individual webinar access (worth 1 IJCAHPO Group A credit) can also be purchased for $18 by clicking the links in the descriptions above.

  • Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, May 25, 2020. Once you have completed your webinar registration, you will receive an Order Confirmation at the email address on file. If an Order Confirmation is not received, you have not successfully registered for the webinar. A personal email address is required for registration. IJCAHPO Certification is not required to register for webinars.
  • Webinars are not eligible for a refund.
  • After registration has closed, all registered webinar attendees will receive an access email with login instructions, CE quiz information, and handout material links. If you do not receive an access email, check your spam and junk mail folders.