Webinars

Topics
Cirrus HD-OCT Technology
Why Measure the Macula in Glaucoma
NGS to Offer Webinars
SAMPLE NGS WEBINAR
Clinical Pearls from The OHTS Study
Fluctuations in IOP
Getting WebEx for Your Smart Phone or Tablet
Optic Nerve Evaluation
Insights into the Use of Technology: Glaucoma Change Over Time
The Use of OCTs in Glaucoma
Will the Real IOP Please Stand Up
Using Chat During a Webinar
Instructions for Joining an NGS Webinar
Ganglion Cell Analysis
Disc Hemorrhage
Peripapillary Atrophy
CE Approval for Webinars will be Obtained from Individual States
Patient Compliance
Using A Smart Phone for Webinars
Managing Ocular Pain
Sleep Apnea
Swollen Optic Nerves
OCT: The Optometrist's MREye
Influences on IOP
Corneal Hysteresis Measurement
Using an OCT to Detect Progression
Diabetic Retinopathy and Omega-3s
Stem Cell Technology
WebEx Desktop App
Checking on Prior Registrations
Updated Instructions for NGS Webinars
Lecture 1 for Optometry Students: Ocular Surface Disease
Lecture 3 for Optometry Students: Ocular Side Effects of Medications
Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity
Lecture 2 for Optometry Students: Corneal Ulcers
Lecture 6 for Optometry Students: Fundus Autofluorescence
Lecture 5 for Optometry Students: Going Viral
Lecture 4 for Optometry Students: Is Glaucoma a Two-Pressure Disease?
Discussions
Re: Getting WebEx for Your Smart Phone or Tablet
sign up for Nov 18 webinar
Re: Getting WebEx for Your Smart Phone or Tablet
No, the chat window is part of the WebEx video conferencing. You need to enable it once you are on the webinar by clicking on the grey speech bubble in the upper right hand corner of the screen. The message
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Re: Getting WebEx for Your Smart Phone or Tablet
I cant seem to get the chat window open? Is this the same?