Technology: Medical Education and Clinical Practice-The Human Interface
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The Effects of Contemporary Technologies on Medical Education, Practice, and Management
In the case of healthcare, the consequences of applying new technologies can literally be a matter of life and death.  Our panel will discuss the impacts, good and bad, of relevant technologies on the delivery of healthcare services to patients, the management of medical practice, and the training of future healthcare professionals.

Panelists: Katarzyna M. Luba, MD, University of Chicago Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, Illinois College of Optometry Richard B. Friedman, MD
Moderator: George S. Nezlek, PhD

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    • The Effects of Contemporary Technologies onMedical Education, Practice, and ManagementIn the case of healthcare, the consequences of applying new technologies canliterally be a matter of life and death. Our panel will discuss theimpacts, good and bad, of relevant technologies on the delivery of healthcareservices to patients, the management of medical practice, and the training offuture healthcare professionals.Panelists:Katarzyna M. Luba, MD, University of ChicagoDominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, Illinois College ofOptometryRichard B. Friedman, MDModerator:George S. Nezlek, PhD
    • The Human Interface
    • Professor of OptometryIllinois College of Optometry/Illinois Eye Institute3241 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Il 60616ICO.Edu dmaino@ico.edu Lyons Family Eye Care 3250 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, Il 60657 LyonsFamilyEyeCare.com
    • Computer Vision Syndrome 3D Vision Syndrome
    • Computer Vision Syndrome is a real disorder?
    • 3D Vision Syndrome: a real syndrome?
    • What constitutes a syndrome?A group of signs/symptomsthat collectively indicate orcharacterize a disease,psychological disorder, orother abnormal condition
    • CVS or 3DVS? Headaches 3DVS Diplopia Both Blurred Vision Both Asthenopia BothVision Induced Motion Sickness Both
    • Screening Test of Binocular Vision Dysfunction:Brock String Credit: Thanks to Christina Maino for being the official Brock String Cutter!
    • Computer Programs Used in Optometric Vision Therapy Personal Trainer for Vision Computer AidedHome Therapy Solutions Training! Vision Therapy
    • Resources Lyons Family Eye Care http://www.LyonsFamilyEyeCare.com AOA http://www.aoa.org 3D Eye Health.org http://www.3deyehealth.org/ COVD http://www.covd.org http://covdblog.wordpress.com/ OEPF http://www.oepf.org Optometrists Network http://www.vision3d.com/ VisionHelpBlog http://visionhelp.wordpress.com/ Future-Talk 3Dhttp://edtechfuture-talk.blogspot.com/
    • So is technology, medical education andclinical practice compatible via thehuman interface? No No, no, never Yes, but only if vision functions at its optimal level No, no, never, never No, no, never, never nah, nah, nah!
    • Questions?Professor of OptometryIllinois College of Optometry/Illinois Eye Institute3241 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Il 60616ICO.Edu dmaino@ico.edu Lyons Family Eye Care 3250 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, Il 60657 LyonsFamilyEyeCare.com