The OA Continuing Education Committee presents the Live Journal Club Review. OA Journal Club is available to you as orthoptists to enable you to build on current skills and knowledge. The aim of the club is to promote evidence based orthoptic practice and critical thinking in our working environment.
The presenter will be Prof Kathryn Rose and the title of their presentation is "Atropine and myopia: the evidence and implications for clinical use."
Date: Wednesday 10 March 2021
Time: 8.00pm AEDT, click here for your local time zone
Topic: Low-dose atropine for the treatment of myopia
Cost: This event is FREE for Members and and $11.00 for Non-Members to participate
Professor Kathryn Rose is a leading international researcher on the development of vision and refractive errors in children and adolescents. She has combined her clinical and research skills to focus on ophthalmic epidemiology and childhood vision. With a particular passion for paediatric eye care, Dr Rose has brought a personal emphasis to research in the development of ocular structures and functions, particularly the development of myopia and other refractive errors and to vision screening in children, with a focus on prevention and evidence-based practice in eye health care.
On completion of the webinar, participants will be required to answer a multiple choice quiz, based on the webinar content. A link to this quiz will be emailed to all those who register to participate in the webinar, along with the webinar link and access instructions. You will need to complete this quiz in order to claim your CPD points.