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Cultural Relevance in Eye Examinations

Cultural Relevance in Eye Examinations

Cultural Relevance in Eye Examinations

Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc
Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc
on behalf of VuePoint IDS inc.

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Launch date: 21 Sep 2016

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Last updated: 07 Aug 2017

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Lecture Seven: Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc
Cultural Relevance in Eye Examinations

The Vision Institute of Canada has produced an Aboriginal Vision Health Lecture Series featuring the lectures of Dr. Ann C. Macaulay, MD, Dr. Jay Wortman, MD, Mr. Gary Taubes, Dr. Alan Cruess, MD, Dr. Chris Hudson, OD, PhD, Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD, Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc, and Dr. Jeff Reading, PhD. This eight part DVD lecture presentation was filmed in Toronto in October 2010 as part of the Vision Institute of Canada’s Aboriginal Vision Health Conference.

This lecture series focuses special attention on Aboriginal diabetes and the preventable vision loss that is a consequence of this emerging health crisis. It is designed to raise awareness about the vision health issues that are affecting native people in Canada and the social determinants that contribute to them.

that contribute to them.
This course is accredited by The Vision Institute of Canada. Proceeds from the sale are donated, in part, to The Vision Institute of Canada, a registered Canadian charity.

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On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Raise awareness about the vision health issues that are affecting native people in Canada and the social determinants that contribute to them.
Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc

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Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc
on behalf of VuePoint IDS inc.

Dr. Graham Strong is Director of the Centre for Sight Enhancement at the University of Waterloo, School of Optometry. Dr. Strong has worked in the field of low vision rehabilitation since 1970. His primary research focuses on evidence-based low vision services and the development of new assistive devices for people with impaired vision. His research has included the development of a culturally relevant visual acuity chart for Aboriginal people.

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  • Vision Institute of Canada
  • 1.00 Units

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