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Oct 11 2019 8:00AM to Oct 11 2019 8:50AMJCAHPO Course03FR1Diet, Nutrition and the EyeJames F. McDonnellJames F. McDonnellDescription: Ever wonder how your diet REALLY affects your health, eye, brain and overall vision? Specific dietary and nutritional interventions will be presented that can have dramatic effects on vision and general health.10/11/2019 8:00:00 AM10/11/2019 8:50:00 AM75814
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 10:00AMJCAHPO Course03FR2Getting to the Root of the Matter: Growing Your Ophthalmology VocabularyJacqueline Nichole Whinery, COADescription: This course will explore the Latin and Greek roots of ophthalmic terms and their relationships with words from the same root. The goal of this course is to improve Allied Ophthalmic Personnel’s working knowledge of ocular anatomy and medical terminology.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 10:00:00 AM63616
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course21FR23WSlit Lamp Microscopy Learning LabAnndrea Dawn Grant, COMTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to the Use of the Slit Lamp Microscope," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab is recommended for participants who have little (six months to one year) experience working with the slit lamp microscope. A hands-on lab on the use of the slit lamp microscope will be presented. Uses of various types of illumination will be discussed and practiced. Convergent and parallel optical systems (similar to Haag-Streit and Zeiss models) will be provided.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM151537
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course21FR23WSlit Lamp Microscopy Learning LabAshley Fonville, COMTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to the Use of the Slit Lamp Microscope," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab is recommended for participants who have little (six months to one year) experience working with the slit lamp microscope. A hands-on lab on the use of the slit lamp microscope will be presented. Uses of various types of illumination will be discussed and practiced. Convergent and parallel optical systems (similar to Haag-Streit and Zeiss models) will be provided.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM206776
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course21FR23WSlit Lamp Microscopy Learning LabSyed Parvez, COTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to the Use of the Slit Lamp Microscope," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab is recommended for participants who have little (six months to one year) experience working with the slit lamp microscope. A hands-on lab on the use of the slit lamp microscope will be presented. Uses of various types of illumination will be discussed and practiced. Convergent and parallel optical systems (similar to Haag-Streit and Zeiss models) will be provided.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM49689
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course21FR23WSlit Lamp Microscopy Learning LabMartha C. Tello, COMTMartha C. Tello, COMTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to the Use of the Slit Lamp Microscope," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab is recommended for participants who have little (six months to one year) experience working with the slit lamp microscope. A hands-on lab on the use of the slit lamp microscope will be presented. Uses of various types of illumination will be discussed and practiced. Convergent and parallel optical systems (similar to Haag-Streit and Zeiss models) will be provided.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM43478
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 10:00AMJCAHPO Course23FR2WUltrasound Biometry (A-Scan) Learning LabNorberto G. Hernandez, COAPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Ultrasound Biometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this Learning Lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab will provide comprehensive hands-on training in the fundamental skills needed to perform an A-scan examination of the eye. A-scan echo pattern recognition and interpretation will be discussed. Participants will understand the concepts of gain, gates and velocities and how they affect axial length measurements. Students will have an opportunity to perform A-scan evaluations on each other and learn how the A-scan instrument 'thinks' to better interpret the numbers and echo patterns.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 10:00:00 AM249092
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 10:00AMJCAHPO Course23FR2WUltrasound Biometry (A-Scan) Learning LabCassandra B. Brisbane, COAPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Ultrasound Biometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this Learning Lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab will provide comprehensive hands-on training in the fundamental skills needed to perform an A-scan examination of the eye. A-scan echo pattern recognition and interpretation will be discussed. Participants will understand the concepts of gain, gates and velocities and how they affect axial length measurements. Students will have an opportunity to perform A-scan evaluations on each other and learn how the A-scan instrument 'thinks' to better interpret the numbers and echo patterns.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 10:00:00 AM205590
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 10:00AMJCAHPO Course23FR2WUltrasound Biometry (A-Scan) Learning LabERIC J. KINDALL, COMTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Ultrasound Biometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this Learning Lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab will provide comprehensive hands-on training in the fundamental skills needed to perform an A-scan examination of the eye. A-scan echo pattern recognition and interpretation will be discussed. Participants will understand the concepts of gain, gates and velocities and how they affect axial length measurements. Students will have an opportunity to perform A-scan evaluations on each other and learn how the A-scan instrument 'thinks' to better interpret the numbers and echo patterns.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 10:00:00 AM185843
Oct 11 2019 9:10AM to Oct 11 2019 10:00AMJCAHPO Course23FR2WUltrasound Biometry (A-Scan) Learning LabChristie Marie Grisko, COAPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Ultrasound Biometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this Learning Lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab will provide comprehensive hands-on training in the fundamental skills needed to perform an A-scan examination of the eye. A-scan echo pattern recognition and interpretation will be discussed. Participants will understand the concepts of gain, gates and velocities and how they affect axial length measurements. Students will have an opportunity to perform A-scan evaluations on each other and learn how the A-scan instrument 'thinks' to better interpret the numbers and echo patterns.10/11/2019 9:10:00 AM10/11/2019 10:00:00 AM210167
Oct 11 2019 10:20AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course20FR3WAssisting in Intravitreal Injections Learning LabNickole Rae Delaney, COADescription: This lab will introduce the participants to a practical approach to assisting in intravitreal eye injections and demonstrate prevention strategies to reduce the potential of endophthalmitis. Aseptic techniques, lid prep, room preparation, instrument setup and control strategies will be exhibited while keeping the patient safe and comfortable during the procedures. Participants will take part in and be observed in the practice, processes and properties (knowledge, skills and attributes) to enhance the patient experience.10/11/2019 10:20:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM177850
Oct 11 2019 10:20AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course20FR3WAssisting in Intravitreal Injections Learning LabMorgan Elizabeth Walter, COADescription: This lab will introduce the participants to a practical approach to assisting in intravitreal eye injections and demonstrate prevention strategies to reduce the potential of endophthalmitis. Aseptic techniques, lid prep, room preparation, instrument setup and control strategies will be exhibited while keeping the patient safe and comfortable during the procedures. Participants will take part in and be observed in the practice, processes and properties (knowledge, skills and attributes) to enhance the patient experience.10/11/2019 10:20:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM283241
Oct 11 2019 10:20AM to Oct 11 2019 11:10AMJCAHPO Course20FR3WAssisting in Intravitreal Injections Learning LabSara VanSickleDescription: This lab will introduce the participants to a practical approach to assisting in intravitreal eye injections and demonstrate prevention strategies to reduce the potential of endophthalmitis. Aseptic techniques, lid prep, room preparation, instrument setup and control strategies will be exhibited while keeping the patient safe and comfortable during the procedures. Participants will take part in and be observed in the practice, processes and properties (knowledge, skills and attributes) to enhance the patient experience.10/11/2019 10:20:00 AM10/11/2019 11:10:00 AM284687
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course20FR4WExam Skills Learning LabMaria Carla Blackburn, COMTMaria Carla Blackburn, COMTDescription: In this lab, attendees will have the opportunity to perform three different skills while rotating through stations. The three skills covered are pupil assessment, basic ocular motility and direct ophthalmoscopy.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM97530
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course20FR4WExam Skills Learning LabMegan Downs Vandament, COMTDescription: In this lab, attendees will have the opportunity to perform three different skills while rotating through stations. The three skills covered are pupil assessment, basic ocular motility and direct ophthalmoscopy.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM188886
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course20FR4WExam Skills Learning LabAnna B. Kiss, COMTDescription: In this lab, attendees will have the opportunity to perform three different skills while rotating through stations. The three skills covered are pupil assessment, basic ocular motility and direct ophthalmoscopy.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM166048
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course02FR4Neuro-Ophthalmology TestingALJOESON WALKERAljoeson WalkerDescription: The roles of MRI, CT, VEP, OCT, visual fields and color plates in neuro-ophthalmology will be discussed.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM120665
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course03FR4The Ophthalmic Technician's Critical Role in Medical Quality and Patient SafetyTHOMASINE NORA GORRYThomasine Nora GorryDescription: This course will discuss the importance of healthcare quality, patient safety and the role of Allied Ophthalmic Personnel. We will look at data and discuss the results and their implication for daily practice.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM183956
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course21FR4WTonometry Learning LabEva KronekerEva KronekerPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Tonometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab provides the beginning ophthalmic assistant with an opportunity to learn how to use the Goldmann tonometer and Tonopen instruments, and each instrument's method of measuring pressure.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM84523
Oct 11 2019 11:30AM to Oct 11 2019 12:20PMJCAHPO Course21FR4WTonometry Learning LabBarbara T. Harris, COTPrerequisite: The lecture, "Introduction to Tonometry," is required and is offered in advance of the program at www.eyecarece.org. Upon registering for this learning lab, you will need to register for the introductory, online course. After registering for this course, visit www.eyecarece.org to access the course. Click on the “My Courses” tab, and sign in. Upon completion of the course, you will earn (1) A IJCAHPO Credit. Description: This lab provides the beginning ophthalmic assistant with an opportunity to learn how to use the Goldmann tonometer and Tonopen instruments, and each instrument's method of measuring pressure.10/11/2019 11:30:00 AM10/11/2019 12:20:00 PM98135