1. Same, But Different

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    "Same, But Different" Premiered 2014 Choreography: Shaun Keylock Music: Craig Armstrong Costumes: Melissa Heller Lighting Design: Tal Sanders Created in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Dance at Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon.

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    • Systemic Hypertension and the Eye

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      Hypertension is the most common systemic disease for office visits to clinicians. Optometrists play an important role in diagnosing and managing various ocular complications secondary to hypertension. This course focuses to enhance that role. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Seek interdisciplinary collaboration for optimal management of hypertension Classify hypertension based on severity Know the prevalence of hypertension in the United States Recognize the stages of hypertensive retinopathy Identify ocular complications secondary to hypertension Provide effective patient education on the ocular effects of hypertension For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=116

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      • Visual Problems in Mental Health

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        This course will prepare optometrists to diagnose types of cognitive impairment, including acute delirium, reversible and irreversible dementias, as well as effects of neuroses and psychoses, on the visual system. For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=115

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        • Clinical Ocular Grand Rounds

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          Critical to clinicians is the ability to diagnose and manage unique and interesting presentations of typical ocular conditions, or to be able to diagnose a previously un-encountered condition. The following course will present patient cases with unique presentations of ocular conditions, including special testing. The course will focus on the ability of the clinician to analyze and interpret the unique case presentation and provide appropriate management and treatment options. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Assess a patient experiencing a vascular occlusion event incorporating the latest in diagnostic equipment, such as OCT, and how this technology helps in diagnosis and management Recognize the signs and symptoms of a patient experiencing a neurological complication and utilizing the appropriate diagnostic testing be able to educate the patient on any appropriate referrals, treatment/management and prognosis Assess a patient for potential hydroxychloroquine toxicity utilizing the latest screening criteria and what specifically to evaluate when utilizing the latest diagnostic equipment, such as OCT For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=101

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          • Six Things That Changed How I Manage Graves Disease

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            Graves disease is a complex autoimmune disease that can affect the eye. New research has changed our understanding of Graves disease. This course translates the research into clinical practice. Through discussion of diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and case examples, the clinician will be better able to manage patients with Graves disease. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Better understanding of the pathophysiology of Graves disease Education about role of optometrist in management of Graves disease Discuss how Graves affects quality of life Better understanding of treatment strategies for Graves ophthalmopathy Learn how smoking affects Graves disease Examine role of co-morbidities with Graves disease For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=91

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            • Imaging Interpretation for the Eye Care Professional

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              The following interactive course will focus on OCT interpretation using clinical cases. It will provide an overview of interpretation and diagnostics in retina and glaucoma management using OCT and perimetry. Structure and function will be discussed in detail. Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course the participant will: Understand the challenges of diagnosing glaucoma and a variety of retinal conditions. Be able to understand the basic principles of neuroretinal imaging technology specifically spectral domain OCT Be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of a patient undergoing hydroxychloroquine toxicity and the importance of OCT technology and perimetry in management. Be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of a patient with glaucoma and the importance of OCT technology and perimetry in diagnosis and management. For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=102

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              • Plaquenil Maculopathy

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                Plaquenil maculopathy is an uncommon side effect of the systemic medication, Hydroxychrloroquine. This lecture will guide the optometrist in diagnosis and management of Plaquenil maculopathy. The course will review updated guidelines from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and discuss exciting new research utilizing OCT. Objectives: 1. Educate about Plaquenil side effects
 2. Discuss various tests to detect early plaquenil toxicity 3. Interpretation of OCT in Plaquenil Maculopathy
 4. Management of Plaquenil Maculopathy
 5. Update on American Academy of Ophthalmology recommendations For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=82

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                • AMD Potpourri

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                  Over the past year, a number of new developments have been made in the understanding and management of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This course will present an overview of our current knowledge about AMD focusing on the prevalence, pathogenesis, genetics, prevention, and treatment, now and in the pipeline. Learning Objectives At the end of the course, the participants will 1. Be updated on the current understanding of AMD 2. Know about newly approved drugs for AMD 3. Learn about preventive measures for AMD 4. Be aware of which new treatments are on the horizon for dry AMD 5. Appreciate the exciting discovery of the link between junk DNA and geographic atrophy For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=81

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                  • Ocular Pain in the Quiet Eye

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                    Optometrists see patients presenting with eye pain on an almost daily basis. They are challenging to manage because the eyes and orbit are heavily innervated, so there are many causes that can lead to ocular discomfort. The most challenging cases of eye pain are those presenting with a quiet-appearing eye. Undiagnosed, misdiagnosed and mismanagement of some of these conditions can result in irreversible vision loss or systemic disability. This course focuses on 3 categories that can lead to ocular pain: 1) eye pain from an ocular or orbital source; 2) eye pain referred from a distant source; and 3) eye pain from other sources. Learning Objectives At the end of the course, the participants will: 1. Know about the common causes of ocular pain originating around the eye 2. Know about the common causes of ocular pain referred from head or neck 3. Learn about clinical management of ocular pain 4. Appreciate emergency conditions that can lead to ocular pain 5. Understand when a referral for imaging is recommended For the Pacific University College of Optometry continuing education course, follow this link: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=80

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                    • Gonioscopy Workshop

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                      This course teaches anterior chamber angle anatomy, types of gonioscopy lenses, a review of the procedure, and proper recording and insurance coding will also be covered. Finally, we will describe common variations of normal anterior chamber angles and angle abnormalities that are commonly seen in an eye care setting. To take this course as Pacific University online continuing education for optometrists, go to: https://online-ce.opt.pacificu.edu/view_course.php?courseid=78

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