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chief complaint
Chief Complaint
  • Write patients chief complaint
  • Systemic History
  • Ocular History
  • Family History
  • Medications

You could use this slide to insert what your patient came in for, and any pertinent information you took that helped you during the case history (this text box can be deleted by clicking on in and then right clicking and deleting it, as can all future text boxes)

entrance examination
Entrance Examination
  • Entering VA
    • <20/XX20/XX
  • BCVA
    • <20/XX20/XX
  • Entrance Examination
    • Pupils
    • Confrontational Fields
    • FROM
    • Color Vision
    • ETC

You could use this slide to insert your entrance testing findings

slit lamp
Slit Lamp

You can use this table to insert your Anterior segment findings, or create your own table

posterior examination
Posterior Examination

You can use this table to insert your posterior segment findings, or create your own table

photos
Photos
  • Here you can insert photos or additional testing such as OCTs, Topographies, or any other specialized testing which helped you. Remember to be compliant with all HIPAA Laws, delete ANY identifying information of your patient.
differential diagnosis
Differential Diagnosis
  • Here you could insert a list of your differential diagnosis or your assessment and plan
case discussion
Case Discussion
  • Here you would write about whatever condition or treatment options that you would have available for your case.
  • Lets say that you were fitting a keratoconic patient; you could list different treatment options/lenses and discuss why you chose the treatment option that you did
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Remember to cite the references that you used to present
  • Ex
    • Opitz, Tyler. Efficacy of azithromycin 1% ophthalmic solution for treatment of ocular surface disease from posterior blepharitis. Clin Exp Optom. 2011 Mar; 94(2): 200-6.
tips for presenting
Tips for presenting
  • A rough goal would be to try and get 1 minute of talking for each slide that you present. We all talk fast when we get in front of a group, so for a 15 minute lecture, I typically would write about 20 slides.
  • Remember when you are discussing your slides, that YOU know what is on them, but the crowd may not. Point out examples, and try and describe what you are seeing on each slide that there are photos
where do i find background information
Where do I find background information?
  • It is difficult to find relevant journal articles some times, but when I do a presentation, I start with a search on www.pubmed.com
  • Once there, you can simply type in whatever condition you are looking for (ARMD, Keratoconus, Pseudotumor, etc)
  • The articles MAY cost money, but a simplier, and much cheaper, way might be to contact your school of optometry. For example, all graduates of ICO can contact the ICO Library and they will gladly help you get the articles that you need.
lastly
Lastly
  • Have fun with it, you are not being graded, and we are all here to learn from each other. These presentations are often times the most fun to sit through, as it is your colleagues who are presenting.