This course is intended for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels.
After completing this section the student should be able to do the following:
Here is what some ophthalmic personnel who took this course had to say:
“This is one of the very best courses I have done so far. I really appreciate the understandable language. I thought I had a pretty good understanding of DM. I learned so much more usable information.” L.S., COT
“Informational, needed the update on Diabetes.” M.K., COA”
Very nice lecture series regarding Diabetes, presented well for techs and clinicians to understand and follow with great drawings. I work Glaucoma 5 days a week so I found this test a little challenging but after careful review and study it was easy” D.M., COMT
“very relavent to general ophthalmology. Excellent review.” A.E., COA
“Very Good graphics and photos ” W.G., COA
“good review” E.M., COA
“Thank you for providing this!” B.C., COA
“Very enlightening regarding the different types of diabetes and ocular involvement.” E.H., Ophthalmic Photographer
“Very informative.” M.G., COA
“The best course I have ever had on diabetes.” B.H., COT
“I have definitely increased my education level concerning diabetes after taking this course” C.O., COA
“Very helpful to me!” D.F., COMT
“Very comprehensive review of Diabetes.” M.F., COT
“Very informative.” T.D., COA
“Very clearly explained!” L.G., COA
“The course was very thorough and helpful to aid in the duties of Ophthalmic Assisting.” M.P., COA
“very informative.” M.H.
“Learned a lot about diabetes and tx’s. Very well done. Good reading material for a tech working with retina.” A.P., COA
“Great course!” J.N., Ophth Photographer
“Good information, helpful for review.” S.B. COT
This course should take approximately one hour to complete.
You must correctly answer at least 15 of the 20 questions on the open book post test. If you do not successfully pass the post test the first time you may try again at no expense to you.