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Outlook Super Sunday Conference

Date: 15/05/2022 (AEST)

Venue: HOTA, Lakeside Room, 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise, QLD, 4217

Provider: Outlook Eye Specialists

Contact: Allison Halbert, [E], [P] 07 5557 8888

Learning Objectives

  • Understand OCT acquisition processes, differentiate scan types and their optimum clinical use
  • Have a systematic process for macula review
  • Identify important diagnostic features of common conditions
  • Understand mechanism of RNFL acquisitions and identify common errors that lead to misinterpretation
  • Understand OCT A acquisition process and the anatomy of retinal vasculature
  • Recognise benefits and limitations of OCT A
  • Know the appropriate indications of OCT A
  • Understand principles of autofluorescence
  • Be aware of common conditions for the use of autofluorescence
  • Understand lid anatomy and the sites of origin of common lumps
  • Identify important features to differentiate malignant versus benign lesions
  • Know lesions requiring surgery and when to refer
  • Be able to identify pseudoexfoliation early and manage the IOP/glaucoma
  • Understand the inherent surgical risks particularly with cataract surgery
  • Understand anatomical basis for corneal transplant variations
  • Enhance ability to recognise corneal transplant variations on clinical examination
  • Develop appreciation for common issues relating to corneal transplant type
  • Know anatomical and physiological basis for pain
  • Understand classification of causes of pain
  • When to refer and treatment triage for pain
  • Identify the important features suggesting malignant tumours
  • Identify conditions that may mimic malignant tumours
  • Have a framework to assess for malignant tumours
  • Understand key steps in vitreoretinal surgery and common conditions managed
  • Appreciate the potential complications of VR surgery and their management
  • Apply practical tips and learnings to their everyday optometry practice, based on real life clinical examples including assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and outcome.

Max CPD hours awarded: 7.25

Session Information

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Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation Optometry Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.