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Talking Unicorns: Paediatric Optometry Made Easy*

Date: December 7, 2022    Time: 10:30 am PST | 1:30 pm EST | 6:30 pm GMT | 7:30 pm CET

Presented by: Tania Constable, Paediatric Specialist Optometrist

Paediatric optometry can be intimidating for some practitioners. Attend this webinar and get the right tools to facilitate the management of eyecare during childhood. During the lecture Talking Unicorns: Paediatric Optometry Made Easy, Tania Constable talks about assessing refractive error in children, examining kids with additional needs and gives some practical advice on evaluating children, including the environment, safeguarding and record-keeping.

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*This is a course supported by an educational grant from Ocuco. This lecture is approved for 1 interactive CPD point.  This webinar is also COPE-accredited for Interactive Distance Learning (CE points vary per state).

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Tania Constable   

Tania Constable is a full-time paediatric specialist optometrist working in both a primary and secondary care setting in Dublin. Tania holds an MSc in Clinical Optometry from Cardiff University and certificates in Paediatric Eyecare, Glaucoma and Medical Retina from the College of Optometrists. She has carried out research into the visual experience of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which has been presented at a number of conferences in the UK in 2022. Tania led one of the first additional needs eye clinics within the Irish health system. Previously, Tania has worked as a PQE examiner for the Association of Optometrists Ireland (AOI) and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.