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Ocular Complications of Systemic Medications (1 TPA)

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Streaming CE Lecture

Ocular Complications of Systemic Medications (1 TPA): This lecture provides an update on the ocular side effects of systemic medications. It discusses ocular toxicity from the medications hydroxychloroquine and ethambutol, in addition to lesser-known ocular side effects of other medications. Screening guidelines and clinical pearls are discussed.


Dr. Sandra Harpster, OD,  is a staff optometrist and residency mentor at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, and an Assistant Clinical Professor at UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She completed her OD at UC Berkeley School of Optometry and received her residency training at the San Francisco VA. She was the recent clinical faculty recipient of the UC Berkeley student-voted Brandeth Award. She is also a reviewer for Optometry Vision Science, the official journal of the American Academy of Optometry.


COPE Credit Guidelines

Enduring Distance Learning: This course is a COPE-approved "Enduring Distance Learning" activity. To receive CE credit for this course, you must successfully pass the post-course test with a score of 70% or better. Following COPE guidelines, the post-course test contain 10 questions relevant to the lecture and you will have one attempt to pass the test.