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Paediatrics Day – Session 5: The top four neuro-optometric paediatric presentations in practice

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Optometry Today (OT) in partnership with the AOP are pleased to deliver our first Paediatrics day event.

Join us for a day of online education dedicated to paediatrics. Each session will be delivered by an expert on a range of key topics to allow practitioners to consolidate their knowledge and effectively manage children in clinical practice.

Session 1: Paediatrics made easy - Book now
Session 2: Paediatric complaints - the trouble with kids - Book now
Session 3: Minor issues in eye care - clinical, ethical and regulatory scenarios involving children - Book now
Session 4: Modern paradigms for diagnosis and management of keratoconus - Book below
Session 5: The top four neuro-optometric paediatric presentations in practice - Book below

Session 5: The top four neuro-optometric paediatric presentations in practice

This webinar will discuss the four main neuro-optometric presentations that a clinician would be expected to come across in a paediatric cohort. The session will outline the clinical differences compared with adult presentations, highlighting the need for practitioners to adopt a nuanced approach when examining children.

Learning outcomes

  • Practitioners will recognise the key symptoms associated with neuro-optometric conditions in children
  • Practitioners will recognise the key signs associated with neuro-optometric conditions in children.

Please note that you will not be eligible for CPD if you dial into audio only using a phone.

2.45PM - 3.45PM

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    Session 5: The top four neuro-optometric paediatric presentations in practice

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Lorcan Butler

Lorcan ButlerLorcan is a dispensing optician and optometrist working with The Brain Tumour Charity where he is responsible for aiding practitioners in identifying and managing patients with signs and symptoms that may be associated with a brain tumour.

Lorcan has spoken extensively at optical conferences throughout the UK and Ireland. He has worked with numerous optical bodies and organisations including the AOP, ABDO, Optometry Wales, Optometry Northern Ireland and the European Academy of Optometry and Optics.

Prices from: Free to members, Non-members £25.00 inc. VAT Book or join now to attend this event Interactive CPD points approved: 1