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06 17 current research that you should incorporate into your

  1. 1. Dominick Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO, FCOVD-A Moderator Featuring the Best of AOA's 2017 Poster Presentations Current Research that You Should Incorporate into Your Mode of Practice Now!
  2. 2. Current Clinical Case Reports and Research You Should Incorporate into your Mode of Practice Now! Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO, FCOVD-A, Moderator This fast-paced, dynamic, interactive course features the latest in clinical care as presented in the AOA's 2017 Poster Session in a course format. This timely, clinically relevant course presents the AOA's Best of 2017, as chosen by the content experts/peer reviewers of the AOA Poster Abstract Review Committee. Five of your colleagues present the latest in contact lenses, primary care, ocular disease, pediatrics, binocular vision, Public Health and more. This course provides the evidence based clinical practice tools necessary to maintain your high-quality mode of practice. During the 2016 course presentation an almost standing room only crowd was present!
  3. 3. Current Clinical Case Reports and Research You Should Incorporate into your Mode of Practice Now! Abstract Review Committee Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO, FCOVD-A, Chair Luanne Chubb, Elizabeth Wyles, William H. McAlister, Sunny Sanders, Sarah B Hinkley, Aurora Denial, Christine Allison
  4. 4. Cochrane Reviews http://www.cochrane.org/ … a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health… Cotter SA, Cyert LA, Miller JM, Quinn GE; National Expert Panel to the National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health. Vision screening for children 36 to <72 months: recommended practices. Optom Vis Sci. 2015 Jan;92(1):6- 16.
  5. 5. Clinician’s View of Researchers
  6. 6. Researcher’s view of Clinicians
  7. 7. Current Clinical Case Reports and Research You Should Incorporate into your Mode of Practice Now! E-Posters New! Accept/Reject How it happens…
  8. 8. How to get your posters accepted! Reasons for non-acceptance: Did not follow instructions Data does not support conclusions >>>Not unique<<<
  9. 9. Poster Session Please submit Case reports, Case series, Clinical research, etc. in all areas of optometry for 2018 when the call for abstracts goes out! Informational Posters Accepted (These also need to be well done and cannot be a sales pitch for a particular product or service) The committee judged these posters to be notable and worthy to be highlighted in this fashion Questions welcome at the end of today’s presentations
  10. 10. Current Clinical Case Reports and Research You Should Incorporate into your Mode of Practice Now! Presentation #1 Thomas G. Urosevich: Concussive effects (mTBI) in veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflict era in relation to other physical and psychological health problems. Presentation #2 Shi-Ming Li: Prevalence, Incidence, Progression and Risk Factors for Myopia and High Myopia among Children in Central China: the Anyang Childhood Eye Study
  11. 11. Current Clinical Case Reports and Research You Should Incorporate into your Mode of Practice Now! Presentation #3 Katrina Hrubiec: Corneal edema secondary to Amantidine Presentation #4 Roya Attar: Management Options for Central Serous Retinopathy Presentation #5 Justin Paul Kozloski: Low Vision Rehabilitation and management of Choroideremia
  12. 12. Questions Roya Attar:Management Options for Central Serous Retinopathy 1) What are the characteristic OCT findings of CSR 2) What are some of the risk factors for CSR 3) Does stress causes CSR? Justin Paul Kozloski: Low Vision Rehabilitation and management of Choroideremia 1. Have you come across any research that supports your major claim that use of electronic magnifiers helps to improve emotional well-being? 2. What information should I take from this lecture? 3. What else can be done directly by the optometrist to decrease depression besides simply referring to counseling and support groups? 4. In the low vision device evaluation process, would you still evaluate traditional optical magnifiers for a patient similar to this case?

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