Full course description
In this 1-hour, online asynchronous CE course, you will learn the basics of diagnosing and managing vertical heterophorias and tropias from a primary care perspective. Per COPE requirements, you must pass a 10-question post-course test in order to receive CE credit for this course.
- Recognize clinical characteristics of a longstanding versus a recently-acquired vertical deviation.
- Review clinical tests that aid in diagnosis
- Discern best prognostic factors for treatment
- Understand general guidelines for treatment, including prescribing prism, vision therapy, and surgical intervention
Continuing Education Details:
California: This activity meets the "self-study" CE coursework requirements of the California State Board of Optometry. The California Board will accept a maximum of 20 hours of CE earned through the completion of acceptable documented and accredited self-study courses.
COPE: For the Council on Opometric Practitioner Education (COPE), this activity is considered as an "Asynchronous Distance" format and, depending on your state board requirements, this COPE credit type may or may not be accepted. Attendees should verify with their state board if this type of online, asychronous course will count towards CE credit in their state.
- 1 TPA CE Hour
- COPE Course: 79810-FV
- COPE Activity: #126952
Associate Professor of Clinical Optometry
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science