Envision University

Wichita,  KS 
United States
https://university.envisionus.com
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Learn about the latest low vision continuing education.

Envision University offers the latest in accredited low vision continuing education. Find what you need at the annual Envision Conference or online anytime.


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  • Online Course ID 92
    Are Disturbing Trends in Primary Eye Care Going to Adversely Affect Low Vision Rehabilitation of the Baby Boomer Generation? Gary Asano, OD...

  • This course reviews trends prevalent in primary eye care that could adversely impact low vision rehabilitation of the “baby boomer” generation. COPE ID: 68642-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=92
  • Online Course ID 73
    At the End of the Rainbow: Maximize the Value of Time Spent on Color and Light Assessment, Peter Borden, PhD...

  • This course is a primer on how to recommend lighting and tints to optimize visual performance for those with low vision, and how to maximize the value of time spent with patients on lighting assessment. COPE ID: 63113-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=73
  • Online Course ID 62
    Building Low Vision Referrals to your Private Optometric Practice, Gary Asano, OD...

  • Drawing upon 26 years of experience in private practice, this course provides guidance on building low vision referrals. COPE ID: 56573-LV 1 hr. $25 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=62
  • Online Course ID 66
    Diabetic Eye Disease and the Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network (DRCR.net), Alan Hromas, MD...

  • This course aims to highlight the diabetic disease burden, particularly with regards to diabetic retinopathy, and to describe the ongoing efforts to establish optimal treatment patterns. COPE ID: 56572-PS 2 hrs. $50 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=66
  • Online Course ID 69
    Driving with a Visual Impairment: Past, Present and Future, Mark Wilkinson, OD...

  • This course discusses the complexities of the current vision and licensure standards, how they affect patients with vision loss and what ODs can do to properly evaluate and counsel patients who are visually impaired and want to drive. COPE ID: 63111-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=69
  • Online Course ID 60
    Effects of Loss of an Eye on Visual Performance and Quality of Life, J. Vernon Odom, PhD...

  • This presentation provides a summary of recent research on patients with one-eye. The emphasis is describing the effects of monocular vision on visual function and on quality of life. COPE ID: 56568-LV 1 hr. $25 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=60
  • Online Course ID 93
    Focus on Function: The Basic Low Vision Examination and Clinical Strategies Through Cases, Kathryn Deliso, OD...

  • This course reviews the terminology and classification of vision impairment, presents some of the basic elements of a low vision evaluation and through case examples provides the clinician strategies for examining and prescribing for these patients. COPE ID: 68640-LV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=93
  • Online Course ID 63
    Fun with Prisms! Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Use of Prisms in Vision Rehabilitation, Sandra Fox, OD...

  • This course is designed for the allied health professional to gain a better understanding as to how a prism works and how it can be utilized in vision rehabilitation. COPE ID: 56570-LV 1 hr. $25 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=63
  • Online Course ID 89
    Genetic Testing: The Next Generation in Low Vision Rehabilitation, Jackelyn Meyer, OD; Patricia Sanchez-Diaz, PhD, DVM...

  • This presentation will begin with understanding how gene therapy works followed by a review of the current clinical trials available for patients with inherited retinal diseases. COPE ID: 68757-SD 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=89
  • Online Course ID 91
    How Fields and Filters Help Prescribing in Low Vision, Gary Asano, OD...

  • This course will describe how visual acuity measurement can be a minor factor in prescribing for your patient in low vision rehabilitative care. Visual field scotomas and selective filters have a much larger role in determining rehabilitative success. COPE ID: 68643-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=91
  • Online Course ID 90
    How to Start a Low Vision Rehabilitation Program: A Case Study of Albinism in Tanzania, Rebecca Kammer, OD, PhD...

  • This course will show you how to jump in to start a program or encourage you to take your existing program to new heights. COPE ID: 68639-LV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=90
  • Online Course ID 70
    Inherited Eye Disease Grand Rounds, Mark Wilkinson, OD...

  • This course covers via case examples the Mendelian ocular diseases and inheritance patterns and current guidelines meant to provide a starting point for the management of these complex conditions in the context of personalized health care. COPE ID: 63112-SD 1 hr. $30 More info:https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=70
  • Online Course ID 76
    Innovation and Technology Landscape in Vision Rehabilitation, Linda Lam, MD; Diane Whitaker, OD...

  • Through a series of patient case studies, the current landscape of assistive technology available to prescribe to patients with low vision due to retinal disease will be appraised. New technologies for vision enhancement and wearable devices to maximize function will be reviewed. COPE ID: 63115-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=76
  • Online Course ID 85
    Not-So-Uncommon Neurodegenerative Presentations in Vision Rehabilitation, Kathryn Deliso, OD...

  • This course reviews neurodegenerative disorders and their visual sequelae and discuss clinical applications in the vision rehabilitation setting. COPE ID: 68644-NO 1hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=85
  • Online Course ID 74
    Obstructive Sleep Apnea and its Relation to Poor Responders to Anti-Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor in AMD and DME, Brooke Nesmith, MD...

  • An association between obstructive sleep apnea and patients with exudative age related macular degeneration or diabetic macular edema has been proposed. This includes the possible role that undiagnosed and untreated obstructive sleep apnea may have in a patient’s response to treatment with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy. COPE ID: 63129-SD 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=74
  • Online Course ID 88
    Photosensitivity in Neurological Disorders: Treatment with Lenses, Prisms, Filters and Tints, Cathy Stern, OD...

  • This course will review the neurological conditions associated with photosensitivity, simple optometric evaluation and how lenses, prisms, filters and tints are used for treatment. COPE ID: 68648-FV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=88
  • Online Course ID 61
    Recognizing and Identifying the Psychosocial Impact of Vision Loss, Ana Perez, OD...

  • This one hour lecture will bring to light the importance of recognizing symptoms of depression and the impact this depression can have to the overall rehabilitation of your patient. COPE ID: 56574-LV 1 hr. $25 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=61
  • Online Course ID 71
    Special Needs Children with Cortical Visual Impairment, Kia Eldred, OD...

  • Medical technology has advanced and more babies are born with disabilities than ever before. What can the eye care provider do to provide appropriate care for this underserved population? COPE ID: 63110-FV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=71
  • Online Course ID 72
    SPECtacular Low Vision Case Reports, David Lewerenz, OD...

  • This course includes a series of case reports that feature patients who have had treatments that involved a spectacle mounted assistive device. COPE ID: 63109-LV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=72
  • Online Course ID 78
    Taking Care of Business: Creating Workplace Accommodations, Ashley Deemer, OD; Kristen Lindeman, OT...

  • Chronic vision impairment creates unique challenges for the working age individual. This course will describe these challenges and outline the low vision provider's role in helping to keep patients in the workforce. COPE ID: 63118-LV 2 hrs. $60 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=78
  • Online Course ID 79
    The Creation of a Multidisciplinary Coalition to Address Statewide Vision Health and Outreach, Jennifer Brantley, PhD; Kendall Krug, OD...

  • Some of the most notable successes in addressing vision health have been anchored in multidisciplinary collaborations. Strategies developed by these collaborations need to address efforts to support, educate, and promote healthy eye and vision regardless of socioeconomic status, age, and place of residence. COPE ID: 63119-PB 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=79
  • Online Course ID 77
    Update on the Clinical Use of Reading Tests, Gianfrancesco Vilani, MD; Donald Fletcher, MD; Ava Bittner, OD, PhD...

  • Objective measuring of reading performance in low vision is a powerful tool for assessment and follow-up in the rehabilitation of central vision loss. Knowledge of reading tests domains of interest and appropriate scoring interpretation can add a lot to clinical practice illuminating on the strong and weak points of each low vision person’s reading skills. Combinations of reading tests will be discussed with regards to a low vision rehabilitation setting. Computer programs that allow automatic calculation of reading tests scores will be introduced. COPE ID: 63130-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=77
  • Online Course ID 67
    Vision Rehabilitation After Concussion and Brain Injury, Cathy Stern, OD...

  • Vision problems are common after concussion and brain injury. Research supports the effectiveness of vision rehabilitation treatment after brain injury. We want to offer our patients the newest, most effective tests and treatment. You will learn some of the latest tests and neuro-visual therapy for preventing, identifying and treating concussion. COPE ID: 56578-NO 2 hrs. $50 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=67
  • Online Course ID 75
    Visual Acuity: What it is, and What it is Not, August Colenbrander, MD...

  • Visual acuity is the most commonly measured visual parameter and has been so ever since Snellen introduced his chart in 1862. Some regard it as the only measurement that reflects the quality of vision. Others complain that it does not tell us enough. When engaged in vision rehabilitation it behooves us to have more clarity about what we are trying to rehabilitate. This presentation will address many questions in this regard. COPE ID: 63114-LV 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=75
  • Online Course ID 87
    Visual and Vestibular: The Special Connection, Carl Garbus, OD...

  • This course is designed to describe the important relationship between the visual system and the vestibular system and the consequences of dysfunction in either system. Optometrists and therapists will gain knowledge on clinical solutions to help their patients with traumatic brain injury and stroke. COPE ID: 68649-NO 1 hr. $30 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=87
  • Online Course ID 64
    What Our Veterans and Service Members are Teaching Us about Brain Injury, Sandra Fox, OD...

  • According to the Department of Defense, traumatic brain injury is one of the invisible wounds of war, and one of the signature injuries of troops wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq. The low vision rehab specialist has the unique skill set necessary to identify and treat visual dysfunction secondary to brain injury and thus is an important member of the rehabilitation team for those with brain injury of any type. COPE ID: 56569-NO 2 hrs. $50 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=64
  • Online Course ID 65
    When the Objective and Subjective Findings Don’t Match Up: How to Approach the Patient with Suspected Non-organic (Functional) Vision Loss, Sandra Fox, OD...

  • This course is designed to provide the low vision provider with the knowledge and skills necessary to better determine if the visual disturbance is indeed non-organic, which category it falls under and how each can be appropriately managed. COPE ID: 56571-LV 1 hr. $25 More info: https://university.envisionus.com/Courses-and-Events/Course-Detail?CourseID=65
  • Low Vision Grand Rounds - Oct 8, 2020
    Join us online via webinar on October 8 at 6:00 PM CDT for a Neuro Grand Rounds presentation by Kevin Houston, OD, MSc....

  • This course presents 3 neuro-ophthalmic cases seen in the practice of the instructor. History, examination, diagnosis and treatment are presented for each case followed by a comprehensive review of the condition and treatments. COPE ID: 65156-NO 1.5 hrs. $25 More info: https://www.envisionuniversityevents.com/grandroundsoct2020
  • Envision Conference
    Earn up to 16 hours of CE focusing on low vision and neruo rehabilitation at the Envision Conferences 2021....

  • Every year since 2006, we’ve organized an annual conference that gives you the opportunity to keep up with the latest ideas and advancements in research, practice and technology. In 2019 we expanded to having the conferernce twice a year. Today, it’s the premier international conference for networking with medical professionals, researchers and industry representatives—all wanting to share their ideas on how to improve the lives of people with low vision. Bookmark the Envison Conference home page https://university.envisionus.com/Conference or join our Mailing List https://university.envisionus.com/Mailing-List.
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