This course is intended for beginning and intermediate levels. The student should be able to demonstrate the following concepts:
This course is in power point format and includes multiple simulations of motility problems that you might encounter in the clinic setting. These simulations are included to aid in your understanding of how to identify, label, and measure motility. They mimic real motility situations so that you may follow along and see how to identify motility issues while having it explained to you. Once you have completed this course you should be able to perform basic motility testing and label eso and exo deviations in your clinic.
Here is what some ophthalmic personnel who took this course had to say:
“This was great. If you are rusty, it will definately bring it all back.” M.P., COMT
“Well done.” N.P., COT
“Very good graphics, easy to understand.” K.K., op. photo.
“Good animation/simulation” S.B., COT
“I wish I would have had these simulations when I was in Tech school! Perhaps the light bulb would have turned on sooner and alleviated a lot of the “strabismus anxiety”!” B.R., COMT
“it was very good…best I have ever seen” D.F., COA
“GREAT” C.S., Laser tech
“Very helpful due to the visuals” K.F., COT
“Great course!” J.H., COT
“Excellent technique!” E.C., COMT
This course should take approximately one and a half hours to complete.
Upon completion of this section the student will take a post-test that will test his/her knowledge of the items mentioned above. You must correctly answer at least 15 of the 20 questions on the open book post test to earn credit. If you do not successfully pass the post test the first time you may try again at no expense to you.
Successful completion of the post-test is required to receive AOA CPC credit.