Tiffany Yanase Park, OD
Dr. Tiffany Yanase Park graduated magna cum laude from Southern California College of Optometry and completed a pediatric optometry residency at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her training focused on pediatric primary care, ocular disease, low vision, and specialty contact lenses. Dr. Yanase Park now works as part of a university-based pediatric ophthalmology department in Southern California.
How to Present an Optometry Patient Case with Template
Review how to effectively present an optometry patient case and use the downloadable template to guide your next presentation.
A Guide to Preparing Optometry Journal Club Presentations with Template
Optometry journal club presentations allow you to improve your scientific literacy by analyzing and discussing recent innovations in the field.
What Doctors Think About the Verkazia Eye Drop for Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis
In May 2022, Santen announced the availability of Verkazia, the newest drop for vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC). Here’s what eyecare practitioners think about this new treatment option.
Assessing a Pediatric Patient for Contact Lens Readiness
Contact lenses can be a safe and effective option for children wanting to be glasses-free. Learn how provider, parent, and patient can best cover the many considerations.
Managing Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis
Vernal keratoconjunctivitis is a chronic disease of hypersensitivity to allergens, with potentially visually debilitating consequences. Learn more about VKC and its therapeutic approaches.
Choosing the Right Contact Lenses for Pediatric Patients
There is a clear role for contact lenses in children distinct from the armamentarium of common daily wear lenses. Gain confidence with the available lens types to succeed with your next routine—or challenging—pediatric lens fit.
Navigating the Anterior Segment with Scleral Lens Focus
In this course, we cover anterior segment pathologies and the role of anterior segment OCT in the fitting of scleral lenses to manage these conditions.
The OD's Guide to the Diagnosis and Management of Cranial Nerve IV Palsy
Fourth cranial nerve palsies (FCNP) have many implications on vision and development, and an ODs' understanding of this common cause of vertical strabismus can have major impacts on patients' lives.
Six Tips for Optometrists Treating Children with Cerebral Palsy or Down Syndrome
Providing excellent patient care means understanding and empathizing with patient needs—and in pediatric exams, that can mean getting creative! Here are six tips for building trust and agency in your exam lane with your pediatric patients with special needs.