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AGM and keynote lecture; Is this young child going to be at risk for strabismus or amblyopia?
This session starting at 7pm will encompass The College of Optometrists' AGM. The AGM will then finish at 7.45pm with the keynote lecture beginning at 7.50pm.
The keynote lecture delivered by Dr Rowan Candy will focus on young children who are at risk for strabismus and amblyopia. The session will review the refractive and ocular motor development of infants and preschoolers in the context of clinical assessment and care. Dr Candy will include reviews of relevant evidence-base with case examples.
Target audience: Optometrist
Competencies covered: Assessment of visual function and BV.
- To improve the understanding of the development and assessment of refractive error during infancy and early childhood
- To improve the understanding of typical and atypical accommodation and vergence performance during infancy and early childhood and its assessment
- To understand the risk factors for refractive esotropia and amblyopia during infancy and early childhood
- To understand the case management of children presenting with refractive error and binocular vision anomalies.
You will be able to claim one interactive CET point after attending this live session.
Terms and conditions
- To attend this webinar you must be a College of Optometrists' member.
- To obtain your interactive CET point you must ensure the following standards are met, you must:
- have a minimum attendance of 50 minutes of the CET session (time spent in the AGM does not count towards the 50 minutes)
- complete a minimum of 4 of the 6 polls set out in the keynote lecture. Polls in the AGM do not count towards the CET.
CET does not apply to students and pre-registration trainees.
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What members say about our webinars
"Overall, excellent as always." MCOptom
"Excellent way to get interactive points!" MCOptom