Managing Uveitis: Tips for SuccessCourse Description:
Uveitis can be a challenge to manage whether it is treating the ocular inflammation or the tedious work up for a systemic association. This course provides a general overview of uveitis classification and treatment while offering tips for successful management. Autoimmune and infectious diseases associated with uveitis are reviewed with an emphasis on lab testing.
- Discuss systemic conditions that can cause uveitis.
- Review lab workup and imaging for rheumatological and infectious diseases.
- Review treatment and management of uveitis.
- Discuss atypical causes of uveitis.
Clinical Associate Professor
Indiana University School of Optometry
Dr. Anna Bedwell is a Clinical Associate Professor at Indiana University School of Optometry. She completed her optometry degree from IU in 2010 and a residency at the San Francisco VA in 2011. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a member of the Indiana Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. Dr. Bedwell also holds fellowship in the Optometric Retina Society.
This course qualifies for 1 hour of IOB and Legend Drug Certificate credit.
IOA Members: $ 25.00
Non-Members: $ 30.00
Course Instructions/Course Access/Test Access
1. Accessing Course: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COURSE. You must pay the course fee (see the link below) and receive a score of at least seventy percent (70%) on a 10 question test to receive credit for taking this course. This on-line course is in PDF format.
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