47th ANNUAL NANOS MEETING
Saturday February 20, 2021
ON DEMAND: NEURO-RADIOLOGY CASE REVIEW: CHALLENGE YOURSELF WITH THE IMAGING DDX
Nancy Fischbein, MD

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: (1) describe role of perfusion imaging in ophthalmology, (2) review physiology behind ASL perfusion imaging, and (3) utilize information from ASL perfusion in clinical decision-making.

Nancy Fischbein, MD

1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentations clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?





Saturday February 20, 2021  8:04 am - 9:15 am
TELE-NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY: UPDATES AND FUTURE IMPLICATIONS
Moderators: Melissa W. Ko, MD, FAAN, CPE and Kevin Lai, MD

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: (1) enumerate advantages and pitfalls to telemedicine in clinical practice, and (2) demonstrate clinical examination techniques in telemedicine, and (3) envision practical methods of incorporating telemedicine into individual neuro-ophthalmology practice.

Melissa W. Ko, MD, FAAN, CPE - What Did We Learn From COVID-19? Tele-Neuro-Ophthalmology Adoption During A Pandemic

1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Aubrey Gilbert, MD, PhD - Telemedicine as a Practice Model
  
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Heather E. Moss, MD, PhD - Practical Telemedicine: Tips for Video Visits
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Linus Sun, MD, PhD - Practical Telemedicine: Validated Mobile Apps
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Kevin Lai, MD - Coding Updates in Telemedicine Use
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentations clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?





Saturday, February 20, 2021
FRANK B. WALSH SESSION
Host: Stanford University- Y. Joyce Liao, MD, PhD
Committee members: Shannon Beres, MD and Heather E. Moss, MD, PhD
Neuro-radiologist: Nancy Fischbein, MD
Neuro-pathologist: Raymond Sobel, MD, PhD
Ophthalmic-Genetics: Vinit B. Mahajan, MD, PhD


SESSION 1    9:45 am - 11:45 am

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: (1) recognize the varied presentations of neuro-ophthalmic disease, (2) correlate the anatomic localization and histopathologic appearance with the clinical presentations, (3) use radiologic procedures in diagnosis effectively, (4) recognize both the value and limitations of neuropathology, and (5) discuss newly described diseases and their connection to neuro-ophthalmology.

Dmitry Balian, MD - A 4-Year Wait
  
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Bart K. Chwalisz, MD - Never Too Young or Too Old
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Luis Andre Leal Ferman, MD, FRCPC - "X" Marks the Spot
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Kevin D. Chodnicki, MD - Sometimes a Biopsy is Best
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Eric D. Gaier, MD, PhD - Frizzle Frazzled
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers in Session 1 properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentations clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?





SESSION 2    12:15 pm - 2:10 pm

Raghu C. Mudumbai, MD - A Definite Maybe
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Konstantinos Douglas, MD, DVM, MBA - A Small Leak Will Sink a Great Ship
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Olwen C. Murphy, MBBCh, MRCPI - Oh My GAD! Something Else?
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Daniel L Liebman, MD, MBA - Orbiting a Diagnosis
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Jonathan A. Micieli, MD - Gone but Not Forgotten
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers in Session 2 properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentations clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?