Covid-19 Pandemic and Ophthalmology: The 11th Plague

Webinar Video

University of Toronto DOVS Grand Rounds

Full Webinar Details

Speakers

Drs. A. Slomovic, B. Slomovic, El-Defrawy, Buys, Kohly, Rai, Devenyi, Sharkawy

Learning Objectives

After attending this Grand Round session, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the impact of the current state of Covid-19 in Toronto as it relates to the availability of in-hospital beds, ICU beds and ventilators
  2. Recognize best practices as it relates to working collaboratively with Emergency Room and Infectious Disease specialists
  3. Describe the value of new medications being recommended for treatment of patients with Covid-19
  4. Describe best practices, including PPE use, for ophthalmologists managing ambulatory patients in the setting of Comprehensive ophthalmology as well as in subspecialty practices such as Cornea,, Glaucoma, Medical and Surgical Retina

@uoftcpd on twitter

Can the next pandemic be stopped? And if so, how? Experts weigh in @CBCNews https://t.co/o2WnQ3lDBX Retweeted by CPD U of T
May 14, 2021 11:05 am

The IDEAS Foundations of Quality Improvement program kicks off June 16. The tools and skills gained through this updated digital program can help your team implement effective and sustainable health care QI projects. Learn more and register: https://t.co/EZc0VxRxl6 View Media
May 12, 2021 12:21 pm

#UofT Oncology Continuing Education Zoom Rounds - Coleman Rotstein on Immunogenicity of COVID-19 Vaccines in Cancer Patients and VOC, May 21, 2021 at 800am EST. Preregistration required, waiting room open 730am EST (https://t.co/Fc95grvJ0F) #cpd #cancer #cancerrounds #covid19
May 11, 2021 11:02 am

Over the past year the CPD team has worked hard to help planning committees transition online. Here is a peek of what our digital conference environment looks like - https://t.co/OppWi2zRtJ Contact us if you are looking to move your program or conference online @uoftmedicine
May 10, 2021 9:05 am

U of T’s Continuing Professional Development office is working in partnership with each of the Faculty’s clinical departments to be a hub for essential clinical resources related to COVID-19.
Contribute to help us continue our training for front-line clinicians.