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The Ohio State University College of Optometry Continuing Education Winter 2021 - Saturday Afternoon December 4 2021 Winter CE - SATURDAY AFTERNOON is a Program

2021 Winter CE - SATURDAY AFTERNOON

Self-paced

$90 Enroll

Full program description

Saturday afternoon, December 4, 2021

The Annual Winter Conference (formerly OEI) hosted by The Ohio State University College of Optometry will be held in person at the Fawcett Center at 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH 43210.

All courses – COPE approval pending. To gain COPE-approved credit, attendance will be monitored for the live hours.

The cost per hour will be $30. Attendance is free for anyone with current College of Optometry faculty status. Eligible faculty should refer to a separate email to receive their promotion code. 

ALL registration must be done online only and registration will close at noon on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

As always, any income from the conference will be used to fund several college initiatives. Thank you for your support of our college! If you have any issues with registration please email us directly at CE@optometry.osu.edu

 

COURSE SCHEDULE

Saturday, December 4, 2021

 

1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

Scleral lenses troubleshooting: Minimizing Midday Fogging

Jennifer Fogt

Scleral lenses can make an amazing impact on the lives of patients with irregular corneas or dry eye disease. Unfortunately, many wearers have to frequently remove and re-insert their lenses due to debris trapped in the tear film reservoir between the eye and the lens. This lecture will discuss various sources of the particulate, the reasons for increased debris in the eyes, and various methods that can help to minimize the occurrence of midday fogging.

 

2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.

Pediatric Ocular Disease: Common Pediatrician Referrals *

AJ Peiffer

This course will focus on common referrals generated by pediatricians due to patient complaints/observations made during routine well visits and problem focused examinations. The conditions covered will be those that primarily affect the anterior segment, but will occasionally have implications or considerations for the posterior segment and overall optical quality of the visual system. Case examples will be used to highlight the differential diagnoses that could be considered based on complaints/observed abnormalities. Examination technique, diagnostic criteria, and management options will be included in the case examples.

 

3:30 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.

Blunt Ocular Trauma: Evaluation & Management of Closed-Globe Injury *

AJ Peiffer

This course will review the clinical presentation and management of patients presenting due to blunt force ocular trauma. We will focus on management of the eyelids, orbits and non-penetrating globe injury. Cases will be used to highlight exam findings and special testing that help to determine necessity of surgical referral.

 

*Treatment and management of disease / pharm credit

All times are Eastern Daylight Time