OCT in Optometric Care

Michael Sinai, Ph.D.
Q&A From Live Webinar

This webinar is an introduction to OCT technology and its applications in optometry care.

March 2020

Breaking the Taboo: A conversation about patient-care models

Huw Pinney - UK
CET Accredited Video

With our ever-growing, ever-aging population coupled with improvements in diagnostic and treatment techniques, the NHS, particularly in Ophthalmology, is facing a difficult future. This webinar discusses the advantages that the provision of enhanced services and technology in the primary care environment can provide for both patient and practice and how this subsequently enhances the provision of services in the secondary care setting. 

October 2019

Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging: A series of case studies

Willy Gunawan and David Southgate

Educational lecture presented at the O=MEGA19 Congress, held in Melbourne Australia. Learning Objectives for the seminar include:
1. Identify vision and life-threatening peripheral retinal pathology
2. Recognise presenting history that dictates the need for a peripheral retinal exam
3. Timely management and referral guideline for periphery pathology

July 2019

New Technology – New Pathology

Morven Campbell, OD - UK
CET Accredited Video

This recorded webinar focuses around the key features of common ocular pathologies to help optometrists make an accurate diagnosis using ultra-widefield and OCT imaging and discusses the diagnosis and management of cases of common ocular disease.

May 2019

See What You Are Missing. Why the Peripheral Retina Matters! An introduction to Ultra-Widefield

Kirit Patel, OD - UK
CET Accredited Video

In this webinar, Kirit Patel discussed the importance of looking beyond the posterior pole and why optometrists should examine and document the retinal periphery. Early signs of many ocular pathologies and diseases may first present in the periphery and can go undetected using conventional techniques and equipment. Real case studies of patients with retinal pathology were presented including both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.

July 2019

Improve Your Patient Outcomes with Investment in Clinical Technology

Faye McDearmid, OD - UK
CET Accredited Video

In this webinar, Faye McDearmid discussed how new clinical technology can help improve patient outcomes by identifying and treating disease more promptly and effectively. 

July 2018

Ultra-widefield Autofluorescence Imaging: A Game Changer

Mr. Simon Browning - UK

Mr Simon Browning, presentshow optomap af  may be used to monitor regression of macular drusen in line with lifestyle and dietary changes. Simon believes ‘that optomap at  is a game-changer in optometry and that ‘optometrists are no longer required to fix a patients vision, but are there to preserve it.’

February 2018

Best Practices for Utilising UWF Retinal Imaging in the Optometric Practice

Michael Wicks, OD

Learn how Michael Wicks, OD from Victoria, Australia is utilising UWF optomap retinal imaging effectively and efficiently in his practice. 

January 2018

Best Practices for Utilizing UWF and Autofluorescence in the Optometric Practice

Maurice Wilson, OD
Additional webinar questions and answer session 

Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) and ultra-widefield retinal imaging continue to be game changers for eyecare professionals. This webinar will cover FAF, why FAF and UWF are so important for an Optometric practice, how to interpret FAF images, and how to incorporate the technologies into your practice.

May 2017

The Importance of Autofluorescence in Retinal Pathology Diagnosis 

Jerome Sherman, OD 
Additional webinar questions and answer session 

Fundus autofluorescence (AF) imaging is the imaging of the natural fluorescence of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). These images can be used for diagnostic purposes as well as for monitoring disease progression.  Several cases are presented. 

November 2015