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

2021 Winter CE - SATURDAY MORNING

Self-paced

$120 Enroll

Full program description

Saturday morning, 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

 

8:00 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.

Say it ain't diplopia

JP Maszczak

This course will review the most common causes for acute onset binocular diplopia. Cases will highlight how to appropriately assess and diagnose these often difficult presentations and discuss appropriate management plans.

 

9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.

Pathophysiology of RPE Cells *

Shigeo Tamiya

 

10:00 a.m. - 10:50 a.m.

Using State and National Health Surveillance Data to Understand the Influences and Impact of Vision Impairment

Dean VanNasdale

The collection and use of use of health-related data have become important drivers of public health interventions and ultimately, health-related policy decisions. Vision health data are collected through several national and state-specific health surveillance systems. The state of Ohio has been particularly proactive in the collection of these data. This has allowed us to quantify the prevalence of vision impairment, with additional insight into underlying determinants, risk factors, and co-morbidities. This lecture will present information on the methods used to collect information related to vision health, both nationally and in the state of Ohio, and will describe what we have learned from these data over the past several years. The lecture will conclude by describing newly available interactive dashboards that allow broad access to vision health surveillance data to promote vision care.

 

11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

You Won’t B-leed Your Eyes: The Wild and Wonderful Tales of Retinal Vasculature *

Jacqueline Hallauer

This course provides the attendees a review of the ocular vascular supply and will focus on the abnormal clinical appearance of this supply. Numerous cases will be reviewed “clinically” with retinal photography followed by the clinical diagnosis, treatment and recommended management.

 

*Treatment and management of disease / pharm credit

All times are Eastern Daylight Time