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Managing Myopia Course 2: Complex Cases

Available from: 19/03/2019

Where to publish: https://academy.brienholdenvision.org/

Provider: Brien Holden Vision Institute

Contact: Michael Morton, [E] academy@brienholdenvision.org, [P] 0402341729

Learning Objectives

  • Module 1. Justify the decision to perform myopia management in adults, young adults or young children
  • Module 1: Consider the implications of anisometropia on managing myopia
  • Module 1: Describe the optimal treatment duration for myopia management strategies
  • Module 1: Explore the reasons for fast progression
  • Module 1: Justify whether axial length measurement is required in myopia management
  • Module 2: List key binocular vision tests to perform for a child with progressive myopia
  • Module 2: Diagnose binocular vision abnormalities for a child with progressive myopia
  • Module 2: Treat binocular vision abnormalities for a child with progressive myopia
  • Module 2: Describe the recommended addition power of an optical-based treatment for those with abnormal phorias
  • Module 2: Describe the best management strategy for a child with both progressive myopia and a binocular vision issue
  • Module 2: Explain the effect on the phoria status due to the myopia control strategy employed
  • Module 3: Describe best practice for fitting multifocal contact lenses for a child
  • Module 3: Describe best practice for fitting ortho-K for a child
  • Module 3: Manage variable and poor vision in children using different strategies (multifocal contact lenses, orthokeratology, low-dose atropine)
  • Module 3: Troubleshoot common issues encountered with ortho-K
  • Module 3: Describe when to consider partial correction with ortho-K
  • Module 3: Where appropriate, justify use of low-dose atropine treatment for more than 2 years, or for continued fast progression
  • Module 4: Discuss the prevalence of high myopia, and risk of ocular conditions associated with high myopia.
  • Module 4: Discuss the impact of high myopia on patient quality of life
  • Module 4: Diagnose and manage the signs and symptoms of pathology associated with high myopia.

Max points awarded: 12.00

Session Information

Name
Module 1:Myopia progression at different ages (4 case studies)
Activity Type
Independent Learning with Assessment
Therapeutic?
No
Manufacturer/Supplier?
No
Points for attending & Passing Assessment
2.00
Name
Module 2 Complicating factors (4 case studies)
Activity Type
Independent Learning with Assessment
Therapeutic?
No
Manufacturer/Supplier?
No
Points for attending & Passing Assessment
4.00
Name
Module 3 Poor outcomes with management strategies (5 case studies)
Activity Type
Independent Learning with Assessment
Therapeutic?
No
Manufacturer/Supplier?
No
Points for attending & Passing Assessment
4.00
Name
Module 4 High Myopia (Video and 2 interactive units)
Activity Type
Independent Learning with Assessment
Therapeutic?
No
Manufacturer/Supplier?
No
Points for attending & Passing Assessment
2.00

NameActivity TypeTherapeutic?Manufacturer/
Supplier?
Points for attending &
Passing Assessment
Module 1:Myopia progression at different ages (4 case studies)Independent Learning with AssessmentNoNo2.00
Module 2 Complicating factors (4 case studies)Independent Learning with AssessmentNoNo4.00
Module 3 Poor outcomes with management strategies (5 case studies)Independent Learning with AssessmentNoNo4.00
Module 4 High Myopia (Video and 2 interactive units)Independent Learning with AssessmentNoNo2.00