Jessica Steen, OD, FAAO
Dr. Jessica Steen is an Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry where she serves as Director of the Glaucoma Service and as an attending optometric physician at the College’s Eye Care Institute. Dr. Steen teaches the course in glaucoma and ocular pharmacology at NSU where she has a special interest in pharmaceutical and health policy. Dr. Steen also serves as the Primary Care with Emphasis in Ocular Disease Residency Coordinator. Dr. Steen graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science and completed her residency in Primary Care with Emphasis in Ocular Disease at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Steen’s main clinical interests include glaucoma, retinal disease, neuro-ophthalmic disease with an emphasis in medical and surgical management. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry, member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society, and currently serves as Chairman of the Board of the Palm Beach County Optometric Association.
The Optometrist's Guide to Glaucoma Management
Optometrists can be considered the first line of defense against glaucoma. This downloadable eBook covers the diagnosis, grading, and management of glaucoma through case reports and clinical pearls from leading glaucoma-focused optometrists.
Ophthalmic Medical Education Summit: Extreme Cases in Glaucoma
The Ophthalmic Medical Education Summit gave eyecare providers around the world an opportunity to hear from colleagues about extreme cases of glaucoma and retinal disease they might not encounter routinely in their practices.
Demyelination Differentiation: When It’s Not Multiple Sclerosis
NMOSD and MOGAD are two uncommon demyelinating conditions that can cause optic neuritis. Optometrists need to know how to diagnose and treat these diseases early to improve patient outcomes.
It Looks Like It, Smells Like It, It Must Be Glaucoma
In this session from Eyes on Glaucoma 2022, Carolyn Majcher OD, FAAO, FORS and Jessica Steen OD, FAAO explore a series of complex cases that may not be what they appear at first sight.