This webinar presents a rationale for vision surveillance of babies and young children. An easy to follow vision surveillance cycle is introduced. The specific vision surveillance protocols used in this cycle to detect signs of normal visual development (or otherwise), and the signs of eye and vision problems, in children from birth to 4 years of age are also explained. This webinar is divided into two parts and runs for two hours.
Sue has over 20 years experience as a paediatric orthoptist and in an academic role. She has taught widely in the areas of paediatric eye disease and vision surveillance and vision screening. She is currently the chief investigator on the project which is developing and implementing the Australian Childhood Vision Impairment Register.
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