Search

Online peer review: Aftercare in myopia management – progression and stabilisation

When:

Time:

Interactive CPD points: 3

This session is delivered in partnership with CooperVision.

Myopia management was declared as a standard of care by the World Council of Optometry in 2021 and supported by new guidance from the College of Optometrists in 2022. We are seeing an increase in the use of myopia control interventions globally as well as across Europe, including the UK and Ireland. As practitioners are seeing patients further into their myopia management journey, questions are being asked about how to manage some of the findings during aftercare visits, as some patients, understandably, continue to progress despite being managed, as well as those who appear to be stabilising and stop progressing under management.

During this peer review, cases will be used to explore some examples which may appear in any practice and overcome some of the concerns which may be raised by parents and carers as to whether the intervention is working or still necessary.

CPD

  • There are three interactive CPD points approved for this peer review
  • To be eligible for the CPD points you need to attend for the duration of the session and be able to participate in interactive polls
  • You will need to enable audio and video functionality throughout the discussion in your breakout room
  • By attending this event you will be fulfilling the GOC’s peer review requirement for general optometrists, dispensing opticians and contact lens opticians.

Technical requirements

  • The meeting will take place using Zoom
  • We recommend that you use a computer or tablet device to participate in this meeting
  • You will not be able to participate in this meeting if you are using Chromebooks/Chrome OS or Zoom Rooms as you will be unable to join breakout rooms.

Learning outcomes

  • The ability to communicate to the patient about progression and stability while under myopia management
  • An understanding of how to improve patient compliance with good communication and the impact of patient compliance on success
  • The ability to effectively communicate with parents to maintain levels of expectation and review best options for the patient
  • An understanding of the benefits and/or risks of remaining or changing the myopia management strategy at a normal follow up appointment
  • The ability to use up to date evidence-based technology tools to support knowledge development.

Please only book one of the peer reviews taking place on Sunday 21 July, bookings for additional sessions may be cancelled by the AOP.

3.00PM - 4.30PM

  • 3 points

    Online peer review: Aftercare in myopia management – progression and stabilisation

    Peer review

    CPD ref no: C-108552

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type:

    Domains:

Neil Harvey

Neil HarveyNeil is a qualified dispensing optician and contact lens optician and has managed independent and multiple opticians at both practice and regional levels and held regional training roles. He recently received the BCLA certificate in dry eye management and contact lens retention, and BCLA fellowship. He is currently a professional affairs consultant in myopia management at CooperVision.