Ophthalmology

Talk

Red Eye: Simplified Approach, Evidence, Pearls & Pitfalls

Friday, November 24
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Through use of the visually engaging and innovative Prezi presentation software (rather than PowerPoint), this lecture will help the learner confidently differentiate which red eye patients need urgent referral from those who can be safely discharged home. The talk also emphasizes three pearls that every family physician should know about red eye. This presentation is the updated version of a highly-rated presentation that has been delivered at family practice conferences across Canada including OCFP ASA, CFPC FMF, and UBC PG Review. It incorporates updated recommendations and feedback from the previous presentations.

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Simon Moore

Clinical Assistant Professor
UBC Faculty of Medicine, Department of Family Practice

Dr. Simon Moore is family physician who works in Vancouver, with rural practice experience in BC, the Northwest Territories and Ontario. After his family medicine residency at the University of British Columbia (UBC), he completed a fellowship in global health. Dr. Moore is a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC, where he often teaches at the postgraduate level and is the co-director of the family practice course for Year 1 and 2 medical students in Vancouver. He also speaks at multiple conferences and is the founder of The Review Course in Family Medicine. Dr. Moore is also a former president of the Canadian Association of Internes and Residents (now known as Resident Doctors of Canada).

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