Developed by experts from the University of Sydney and UCL
This course is designed to train technical staff to advance functional visual assessments, to increase the reliability of test results globally and to ensure the implementation of ISCEV standards.
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On completion of this course, students will:
- understand the basic technical aspects of recording an electrophysiological response
- know how to calibrate visual stimuli and the recording equipment
- be able to distinguish signal from noise and know how to reduce sources of artefact
- be able to show how to record each ISCEV visual electrophysiological response and measure the traces.
Presenters Include: Dorothy Thompson,Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, UCL. John Grigg, University of Sydney. Arlene Drack, University of Iowa. WandaPfiefer , University of Iowa. AjoyVincent, University of Toronto. AnupreetTumber , University of Toronto. Anne Georgiou, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. OliverMarmoy, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. Paul Constable, Flinders University, Adelaide