A myopia patient is a lifelong patient.
BHVI’s world-leading Complex Cases course brings you the latest research and clinical procedures to successfully manage more complex myopia cases.
This is the second course in BHVI’s Myopia Education Program
You will learn to…
- Clinically justify the decision to perform myopia management in adults, young adults and young children.
- Diagnose and treat binocular vision abnormalities for a child with progressive myopia.
- Manage adverse outcomes, such as variable and poor vision in children using different treatment strategies (multifocal contact lenses, orthokeratology, low-dose atropine).
- Diagnose and manage the signs and symptoms of pathology associated with high myopia.
- Online discussion forums, with support from global leaders when you need it
- Videos and polls
- Course notes
- Certificate on completion
Myopia progression at different ages
In this module we look at myopia progression at different ages.
Binocular vision issues and myopia management
In this module we discuss binocular vision issues which act as complicating factors for myopia management strategies.
Variable or poor vision with myopia management
In this module we discuss how to manage variable and poor vision with different management strategies.
In this module we will look at common conditions associated with high myopia.
This course is accredited for continuing education points with:
- COPE (US / Canada optometrists) (6 CE hours)
- Optometry Australia (OA) (12 CPD points)
- Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Board (ODOB), NZ (4 credits for optometrists)
- The General Optical Council (GOC) (UK) (4 CET points for optometrists)