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Tuesday, June 04, 2024
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Presenter: IJCAHPO Volunteer Speakers
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Registration is Now Open.
Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, June 24, 2024.

Title: June 2024 Webinar Series
Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2024, 4:30 p.m., Central Time through Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 11:55 p.m., Central Time
  • June 4: "House Without the Attitude - Detecting Difficult Diagnoses" by Karl Golnik, MD, MEd
  • June 11: "Hot Topics in Pediatrics: Ahmed Valves and IOL Implants in Children" by William Astle, MD, FRCSC
  • June 18: "Clinical Vision Rehabilitation Care: A Case Based Approach" by Mark E. Wilkinson, OD
  • June 25: "Evaluation and Management of Tearing Patients" by John Nguyen, MD and Bradley Thuro, MD
Level of Courses: Basic - Masters
Credit: 4 IJCAHPO CE credit
Cost: $30

Course Description:

Access to each webinar recording will be available starting at approximately 4:30 p.m. Central Time, on each of the four dates below. Access to the webinar recordings and quizzes will end at 11:55 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, July 2, 2024.

June 4 House Without the Attitude - Detecting Difficult Diagnoses
This course will delve into the process of determining the source of patient's symptoms who are thought to have "normal exams". Differentiating between media, refractive, retina, optic nerve, visual pathway, and non-organic causes will be emphasized.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Outline an approach to the patient with unexplained visual loss.
  2. List 3 important tips in differentiating causes of occult visual loss.
  3. List 3 methods of determining non-organic visual loss.

June 11 Hot Topics in Pediatrics: Ahmed Valves and IOL Implants in Children This course includes two presentations on innovative topics in pediatric ophthalmology: Primary Ahmed Valve Implantation: A Surgical Option for Pediatric Glaucoma and IOL Implants for Children Under 1 Year of Age - A Safety Problem? It will explore the best surgical options for children with glaucoma and discuss how intraocular lenses help avoid secondary glaucoma and aid in the visual rehabilitation of children under 1 year of age with cataracts.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand why glaucoma valves represent an improvement in surgical treatment.
  2. Understand how IOL's decrease secondary glaucoma development and improve vision.

June 18Clinical Vision Rehabilitation Care: A Case Based Approach Vision rehabilitation is a treatment modality intended to maximize the use of residual vision. It is the only non-surgical treatment available for the majority of people with vision loss. This course will use clinical examples of how to evaluate and manage the visual needs of individuals of all ages with various cases of vision loss.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand how low vision rehabilitative treatment approaches must be modified based on the type of pathology present.
  2. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of the various optical, non-optical, and/or video magnification devices available to maximize visual functioning.

June 25 Evaluation and Management of Tearing Patients This course will review the relevant anatomy and pathogenesis of nasolacrimal duct obstruction. It will also review the evaluation and management of epiphora.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the evaluation and management of epiophora.
  2. Describe the anatomy of nasolacrimal duct obstruction

  • Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, June 24, 2024. 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.
  • View the webinar at your own convenience for one week (until 11:55 p.m., Central Time, the following Tuesday), unless otherwise specified.

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