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WORLD OPTOMETRY DAY
Institute of Medicine
Maharajgunj Medical Campus
Suraj chhetri
23rd March 2016
“…..the eye is the window of the
body through which it feels its way
and enjoy the beauty of the world.
Owing to the eye t...
Word optometry
 Comes from Greek word
 Opsis + metron
( opsis means view and metron means rule/ measurment)
 The root w...
History
 “Those who don't know history will
repeat past mistakes”
 Optometry began about 100 years ago
when the first op...
Origin
Tradesmen who entered the respective
professions
 Optometry – jewelers : they had the tools to
work on spectacles
...
EYE CARE PROFESSION
Optician
Ophthalmologi
st
Optometrist
Who is an optometrist?
 Optometrists are the primary
healthcare practitioners of the eye and
visual system who provide
co...
Who are optometrist ?
 Graduates - from the proficiency
science or +2 background and has
completed the Bachelor of Optome...
Optometry in Nepal
 B. Optometry – started in 1998 in
collaboration with University of Auckland,
New Zealand
 Four-year ...
WHAT DOES AN OPTOMETRIST DO?
Refraction
Contact lens
Orthoptics
Low vision
Perimetry
Electrophysiological test
Visi...
WHAT TYPE OF KNOWLEDGE
DOES AN OPTOMETRIST HAVE?
Basic science
Ocular science and applied optics
Ocular disease , ocula...
FURTHER AFTER GRADUATION
OD (Doctor of optometry)
Masters in optometry
PHD
Fellowships
MPH (eye health)
OUR PASSOUT SENIORS
 Studying PHD 17 in number
+ PHD doctors 7 in number
 40% seniors are practicing at Nepal
where as 6...
THANK
YOU
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  1. 1. WORLD OPTOMETRY DAY Institute of Medicine Maharajgunj Medical Campus Suraj chhetri 23rd March 2016
  2. 2. “…..the eye is the window of the body through which it feels its way and enjoy the beauty of the world. Owing to the eye the soul is content to stay in its bodily prison, for without it such bodily prison is torture.” Leonardo da vinci (1452 – 1519)
  3. 3. Word optometry  Comes from Greek word  Opsis + metron ( opsis means view and metron means rule/ measurment)  The root word opto derived from the Greek word ophthalmus which means eye
  4. 4. History  “Those who don't know history will repeat past mistakes”  Optometry began about 100 years ago when the first optometry licensure laws were passed in US  Optometry began with the pronouncement “Let there be light.”
  5. 5. Origin Tradesmen who entered the respective professions  Optometry – jewelers : they had the tools to work on spectacles  Medicine – barbers : they had the equipment with which early surgeries could be done  Refracting opticians became known as optometrists
  6. 6. EYE CARE PROFESSION Optician Ophthalmologi st Optometrist
  7. 7. Who is an optometrist?  Optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care  Refracting and dispensing  Detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye Rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system World council of optometry (WCO)
  8. 8. Who are optometrist ?  Graduates - from the proficiency science or +2 background and has completed the Bachelor of Optometry or Vision science degree Vision specialist
  9. 9. Optometry in Nepal  B. Optometry – started in 1998 in collaboration with University of Auckland, New Zealand  Four-year academic course Optometry graduates of IOM 79 in number (14 batches)
  10. 10. WHAT DOES AN OPTOMETRIST DO? Refraction Contact lens Orthoptics Low vision Perimetry Electrophysiological test Vision therapy Visual rehabilitation
  11. 11. WHAT TYPE OF KNOWLEDGE DOES AN OPTOMETRIST HAVE? Basic science Ocular science and applied optics Ocular disease , ocular pharmacology Visual science Contact lens , low vision , binocular single vision Ophthalmic dispensing Community science and research
  12. 12. FURTHER AFTER GRADUATION OD (Doctor of optometry) Masters in optometry PHD Fellowships MPH (eye health)
  13. 13. OUR PASSOUT SENIORS  Studying PHD 17 in number + PHD doctors 7 in number  40% seniors are practicing at Nepal where as 60% are in foreign country
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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