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Tuesday, July 05, 2022
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
Presenter: IJCAHPO Volunteer Speakers
If you have any questions, please contact the Administrative Services Department at (800-284-3937) or e-mail registrations@jcahpo.org



Registration is now Open.
Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, July 25, 2022.

Title: July 2022 Webinar Series
Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2022, 7:30 p.m., Central Time through Tuesday, July 26, 2022, 11:55 p.m., Central Time
Presenters:
  • July 5: " Retinal Complications of Cataract Surgery" by Michael Stewart, MD
  • July 12: " Is It a Chalazion or a Hordeolum?" by Charles Slonim, MD
  • July 19: " Basic Fundus Photography" by Craig Simms, BSc, COMT, CDOS, ROUB
  • July 26: " Current Concepts in Glaucoma: Nothing is What it Was" by Neil Choplin, MD
Level of Courses: Basic - Advanced
Credit: 4 IJCAHPO 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 11:55 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, July 26, 2022.


July 5 Retinal Complications of Cataract Surgery Some of the most vision-threatening complications of cataract surgery involve the retina. Problems such as retinal detachments and endophthalmitis must be addressed urgently, whereas retained lens fragments and cystoid macular edema create chronic visual problems. This course will discuss a variety of problems seen in cataract surgery practices.

July 12 Is It a Chalazion or a Hordeolum? This course will describe the clinical differences between the eyelid chalazion and the hordeolum. Both the etiologies and pathophysiologies of these common benign lesions will be described. The surgical treatment of the chalazion will also be discussed in detail.

July 19 Basic Fundus Photography Basic Fundus Photography will serve as a beginning point for the ophthalmic technician who is venturing into the field of ophthalmic photography. Starting from the basics, this course will review basic anatomy of the eye, define a fundus camera, discus the fundamental differences between mydriatic and non-mydriatic cameras, and close out with how to perform fundus photography, from patient preparation through taking the photos through to managing the photographs.

July 26 Current Concepts in Glaucoma: Nothing is What it Was Current thinking about open angle glaucoma, based upon landmark studies that have changed our basic beliefs, will be discussed. Basic concepts about management of glaucoma patients derived from those studies will include medical, laser and surgical approaches.



IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Registration deadline for this webinar series is 2 p.m., Central Time, on Monday, July 25, 2022. 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.






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