New Media Optics, Space, Screen, Zoom
By Mark Mattison-Shupnick, ABOM
Release Date: December 7, 2016
Expiration Date: January 31, 2018
- Understand how one might consider lenses for a digital lifestyle as, in fact, the primary pair of glasses.
- Learn how iD Space, iD Screen and iD Zoom are differently designed to answer the digital need.
- Know how to communicate the opportunity that new media optics offers both patient and practice.
Did you know that 65% of Americans report experiencing symptoms of digital eyestrain. 27% of Americans do not know computer eyewear can protect against digital eyestrain (DES) as reported by the Vision Council's Digital Eyestrain Report 2016. In fact, given the time that everyone spends on computers and new media, I suggest that New Media Eyewear is the consumer's primary pair of glasses. Or, to look at it another way – the primary pair should be one designed to best work for computers and new media devices like smartphones and tablets. This product spotlight describes HOYA iD Space, HOYA iD Screen and HOYA iD Zoom.
Mark Mattison-Shupnick, ABOM, is currently director of education for Jobson Medical Information LLC, has more than 40 years of experience as an optician, was senior staff member of SOLA International and is a frequent lecturer and trainer.
This course is approved for one (1) hour of CE credit by the American Board of Opticianry (ABO). Course STWJH651-2.
This course is supported by an educational grant by HOYA.
This course has multiple parts.
Please download and read the narrative, then watch and listen to the presentation. Download and review any of the resources that are part of the resources tab. Then, based on what you've read, saw as part of the slide deck and heard, view the questions for the exam. When ready, take the exam.