How to take the venom from the vicious circle in Dry Eye Disease - 1 interactive CET point
10:15 - 11:15
Colin Parsloe is the co-author of the DEWS II report snd an expert in the pathophysiology of Dry Eye disease. He believes most people feel that Dry Eye Disease is either two minor to be concerned with too complex to deal with.
Understanding physiology of Dry Eye Disease
Review of diagnostic signs in Dry Eye Disease
Understanding management approaches in Dry Eye Disease
Colin Parsloe works as a general Ophthalmologist in very busy NHS clinics. He sees a lot of Dry Eye Disease and have developed a simple pragmatic approach to diagnosis and management of this condition.
He is also a researcher involved as an author of the tear film and oculus surface dry eye workshop two TFOS DEWS II report.
He assists medical technology and pharmaceutical companies in developing as well as assessing dry eye therapeutics. He has published various patents and develop intellectual property related to dry Eye disease.
He is an invited key speaker at national and international ophthalmology and optometry conferences.
He has developed a phenomenal online training course in pragmatic dry eye disease diagnosis and management. This is targeted at general Ophthalmologists and optometrists as well as any other eye care specialists such as Nurses, GP’s, pharmacists and pharmaceutical sales representatives.
His passion is in furthering the education of his colleagues in how to diagnose and manage dry eye disease.
Colin hosts a series of intimate interviews with key opinion leaders from all over the world who are managing dry eye disease. This is hosted on his website http://mydryeye.com/interviews/
He also has personal experience as a patient and as somebody suffering from dry eye disease myself. I’m aware of the impact this has on my patient’s quality of life. This is one of the driving forces behind his trying to improve the awareness and education of simple diagnostic and treatment approaches in busy clinics.