Eyelid & Adnexal Conditions In

The Pediatric Population 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm EDT

Course Overview

Description: This course will review the most common ocular conditions found on the eyelids and lashes in the pediatric population. The etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and management are presented for each condition. A selection of some uncommon conditions will also be presented.

Learning Objectives:

  • To review the most common lid lesions an eye care practitioner may encounter when working with the pediatric population.
  • To introduce select atypical adnexal conditions.
  • To review two eyelash anomalies found in the pediatric patient that require interdisciplinary care.

Course Speaker

 Matthew Vaughn- webpage smaller
 

Dr. Matthew T. Vaughn received his Bachelor of Science in Biology at The College of New Jersey in 2011 and his Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY College of Optometry in 2014. He then completed a Pediatric Residency Program at SUNY the following year. He started his career in a variety of practice modalities that include working as an associate at Dr. Andrea Thau's private office as well as an assistant clinical instructor at Woodhull Medical Center. He currently holds a full time faculty position at SUNY, with patient care in the pediatrics service.

 
 


 
 


 
Matthew Vaughn, OD 
 
 Dr. Vaughn is also involved with organized optometry. He is a member of both the American Optometric Association and the New York State Optometric Association. In addition, he is the author of numerous posters presented at COVD.

Registration Details

 Registration Items
  •  Live Webinar 
  • Webinar Recording Only  
  FYI - Webinar Recording:
 
  • You can still access the webinar's recording & earn "internet/ distance learning" CE credit even if your unable to attend the live presentation by selecting the option "Webinar Recording Only" on the Session Registration page.
   
   Registration Fee: 
  • $30.00
  Registration includes:
 
  • Access to webinar recording
  • Attend 4 live webinars and the 5th live webinar is FREE! 
  • 1-hour of CE Credit NYS (see below for further details)

Cancellation: Full refund or credit will be given if a written request for cancellation is received by the Wednesday, November 8th. The request should be sent to the Office of Continuing Professional Education via standard mail or email. Cancellations request received after the deadline will be assessed a $10 administrative fee.

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