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Eyes On Dry Eye 2022 Highlights: Dry Eye On Demand
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Missed Eyes On Dry Eye 2022? You can still catch some of the top sessions from the largest virtual event in dry eye. Access on-demand recordings from more than 15 sessions now!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
On March 4-6, eyecare practitioners from all over the world gathered online for Eyes On Dry Eye 2022, a three-day educational event all about dry eye disease diagnosis, treatment, and management.
Of course, with so much fantastic education happening at once, we knew that people had to choose between multiple sessions. So we're releasing much of the excellent content from Eyes On Dry Eye for you to watch at your leisure—whether it's for the first time or to review important lessons!
Keep scrolling to see selected lectures from our amazing speakers on topics ranging from the role of dry eye treatment in glaucoma management to how to get started building your very own dream dry eye center, and don't forget to check out our list of future events!
Please note that these videos are provided for review only.
Innovations in Dry Eye Disease
Lisa M. Nijm, M.D., J.D.
In this session, a dry eye expert panel made up of Lisa M. Nijm, M.D., J.D., Derek Cunningham, O.D., FAAO, Damon Dierker, OD, FAAO, and Ahmad Fahmy, OD, FAAO, Dipl. ABO, discuss innovations in dry eye treatment through patient cases they've encountered in the exam chair.
Pardon the Obstruction: MGD Treatment Trends
Elizabeth Yeu, MD
This "edutaining" session will be a speedy roundtable based on "Pardon the Interruption" and will cover MGD, lid interventions, new technologies and treatments, heat vs cold, first-line therapies, and more
The Patient Journey: Why Technicians are Critical to Success
Selina R. McGee, OD, FAAO
In this co-hosted conversation between OD and tech, we'll explore the crucial role of optometric technicians in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of dry eye. From moving beyond the questionnaire to moving through ancillary testing, the technician really is an Eye Health Hero in the dry eye practice!
How to Build Your Very Own Dream Dry Eye Center
Where to start when building your dream Dry Eye Center: technology, scope of practice, and the growth of Aesthetics and Dry Eye!
How to Implement a DED Protocol in a Surgical Practice
Blake K. Williamson, MD, MPH, MS
A conversation about the failures and successes that led to the creation of a dry eye protocol in a surgical center, with tips on implementing a protocol, how to generate internal and external patient referrals, and what to know about the MD's perspective
How to Improve Surgical Outcomes in DED Patients
Melissa Bollinger, OD
This case-based presentation will cover the common questions when it comes to improving surgical outcomes with dry eye care, keeping doctor and patient goals aligned, and when and how to optimize the tear film prior to cataract surgery
How to Accelerate Growth of In-office DED Procedures
Mina A. Farahani, MD, MS
A conversation about identifying pain points and offering practical solutions to patients, including patient scripts, overcoming roadblocks, and dealing with disappointment
How to Implement a DED Protocol in a Primary Care Practice
This presentation will cover the roadmap of implementing dry eye protocol in a primary care practice, including time management, vision vs medical insurance, patient flow, and more, plus patient cases!
Ask Us Anything - DED Experts Answer Your Burning Questions
Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS
Two experts in dry eye answer the most common questions in dry eye diagnostics and treatments
The Dry Eye Cheat Sheet
Want a list of quick and dirty rules to live by in treating dry eye? Log on to see Dr. Brimer's cheat sheets. Learn what to include in your dry eye evaluation, when to bring the patient back, and which treatments to prescribe for the best outcomes.
Dry Eye on a Dime
Laura M Periman, MD
In this session, Sathi Maiti, OD, and Laura Periman, MD, discuss simple and easy-to-implement lifestyle practices that dry eye patients can use to supplement the treatment they receive from their eye doctor.