This course is in power point format and includes multiple simulations of pupil reactions that you might encounter in the clinic setting. The course is intended as a training module for clinical personnel.
The simulations are included to aid in your understanding of the pupil and its functions and reactions. They mimic real pupil reactions so that you may follow along and see an APD while having it explained to you. This saves tech training time and allows techs to view and learn about pupil function and APD/Pupil assesment without having to wait to find a patient with an APD in the clinic. Once you have completed this course you should be able to evaluate pupils in the clinic being able to identify normal pupil reaction, hippus, and APD reactions.
Please note that you will need the most updated power point viewer on your computer to view the slides in this course. This may be downloaded for free by using the link on our homepage.
Successful completion of this course will not result in CE hours. It is intended for beginning and intermediate levels.
Upon course completion you will be able to do the following:
Here is what some ophthalmic personnel who took this course had to say:
“Great simulations.” G.B., COT
“VERY informative and clear- I really understood” S.R., COA
“The visuals are great teachers!” K.F., COT
” I liked the slide show. great job” M.P., COT
“I enjoyed the simplicity of the program and the detailed information it contained” Y.F.N., COA
“Information was very helpful and I did really like the simulations of pupils.” A.P., COA
This course includes a post test for review of material and assesment of those using this course for training purposes. Successful completion of the open book online post test is required.