ZEISS Perimetry Course Online

The Course

A full-day virtual course on perimetry in English, on Friday, 15 October 2021, 9:00 - 16:30

If you intend to develop the perimetry in your clinic/ward it has shown to be valuable if both doctors and nurses/opticians participate in the same course. These courses have been held for over 17 years, with positive feedback and growing demand for places. In line with developments within perimetry, the courses are under constant development to ensure they are always up-to-date. Since the pandemic the courses have been adapted to be virtual. All it requires from your side is a PC and a internet connection. One week prior to the course you will receive access link as well as a guide on how to log-in.

The lecturers

The course is being held by Senior Professor Anders Heijl and Professor Boel Bengtsson, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö and they both have a unique level of knowledge within perimetry.

A ZEISS representative will be online for questions and assistant during the course.

You will also learn about the HFA 800 family including the new testing program developed by the lecturers, SITA Faster with 50% less testing time compared to SITA stadard, as well as Forum.

Fill in the form and register today!

And be sure to get one of the limited seats.

Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Binding enrolment latest by 1 September 2021.

Price

Price is 2.000 DKK ex VAT including training material and the Perimetry book.

Agenda

09:00

Welcome and presentation.

09:20

When is visual field testing important?

09:40

First interactive session, Self-diagnostic test part 1.

10.00

Choosing tests: test point patterns and programs, display options.

10:30

Coffee break – with opportunity for questions.

11:00

Single field interpretation with Statpac. Computerized interpretation methods.

11:30

Interactive session - going through some questions from 1st session.

11:50

Can all patients be tested with computerized perimetry?
Patient-friendly perimetry: Information, instructions and attitudes.

12:15

Lunch – after 12.30 with opportunity to interact with lecturers and ZEISS representative.

13:00

Interactive session - Self-diagnostic test part 2.

13:20

Following patients with perimetry, Progression analyses.

13:50

Reliability parameters, artefacts and miscellaneous tips.

14:20

Practical perimeter issues, ZEISS representantive.

14:50

Coffee break – with opportunity for questions.

15:10

Using perimetry for clinical glaucoma management; adjusting therapy in rapidly progressing patients. Forum Glaucoma Workplace.

15:30

Interactive session; Further questions from the self-diagnostic test.

16:00

Other questions. Course criticism and conclusion.