Description:

A crucial aspect of an optometric practice is triaging and managing patients who present with ocular urgencies/emergencies either on the phone or in person.  This course will utilize the latest in interactive technology focusing on appropriate triaging of these patients, with a review of the conditions that would constitute a true ocular emergency.

Course Code:

AOA249-GO

Speaker(s):

Blair Lonsberry, O.D.
blonsberry@pacificu.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

6/17/2025

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