3091.0 Eye Health Promotion

Monday, November 8, 2010: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
In addition to eye health promotion research, this diverse poster session presents a model for interdisciplinary health professional education.
Session Objectives: 1. Describe socioeconomic disparities found in the prevalence of infant visual disorders in the US. 2. Evaluate strategies for developing an interdisciplinary case-based learning curriculum for students of the health professions. 3. Analyze the relationship between children's subjective reports of blurred vision and objective findings of uncorrected visual acuity and spectacle utilization.

Board 1
Economic and Social Disparities reported from the InfantSEE Pilot Project: Causes for Concern
Mark Schwartz, MPH, Glen T. Steele, OD FCOVD and Norma K. Bowyer, OD MS MPH FAAO
Board 2
A Seat at the Table: Integrating Interprofessional Education within an Optometric Curriculum
Elizabeth Hoppe, OD, MPH, DrPH, Kierstyn Napier-Dovorany, OD, Susan Mackintosh, DO, MPH and Tina Meyer, MS, DHSc, PA-C
Board 3
Correlating Subjective Reports of Blurred Vision with Visual Acuity and Glasses Wear
Mabel Crescioni, JD, DrPH(c), Dawn Messer, OD MPH and Daniel Twelker, OD PhD

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Organized by: Vision Care Section
Endorsed by: Social Work

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