• Fifty two Online COntinuing Education Courses

    Sixty-Four online continuing education credits

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  • EnVision Conference east 2021

    Columbus, Ohio | August 20-21, 2021 | 

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  • Low vision Grand Rounds - june 17, 2021

    Livestream Webinar | June 17 | 2021 
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Continuing Education

Looking for professional development and educational opportunities? Envision University is an approved and registered provider of a variety of continuing education offerings—part of our groundbreaking initiative to close practice gaps in low vision rehabilitation. No matter where you are or what you want to learn, you can take advantage of our array of continuing education options through online courses, live events, publications and more.

The vision of Envision University is to provide multidisciplinary continuing education and research opportunities for low vision rehabilitation professionals and to establish best practices to ensure continued research and provide clinical care for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Our promise is to collaborate with vision rehabilitation and research professionals to provide relevant multidisciplinary continuing education and research opportunities that address practice gaps in current standards of care and research.

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Courses and Events

Envision Conference

As anyone working in the field knows, virtually every healthcare professional will have a patient or client with low vision. That’s why it’s essential to bring these professionals together to share knowledge and keep up with advances in research and technology. Every year, we organize our conference to provide the very best in multidisciplinary educational programming—and that’s not all.

You can also look forward to:

  • Sessions and events
  • Opportunities to earn CE credits
  • Networking and collaboration
  • Guest speakers
  • Clinical education and research presentations
  • Exhibit booths
  • Attendees from all over the world
  • Exciting locations

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Latest Articles From Visibility

Keep up with the latest in low vision clinical and research findings by browsing Visibility, our peer-reviewed online publication.

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The Use of Vision Rehabilitation and Adapted Devices by People who Report Vision Impairment in the United States

Erica Shelton OD, MS; Megan Hurley OD; John Crews, DPA; Dean VanNasdale OD, PhD

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Occupational therapists’ knowledge and behaviors regarding the provision of low vision services: Does rurality matter?

Pamela Lewis-Kipkulei, OTD, OTR/L; Amanda Carpenter, PhD; Holly Hertzberg, OTS; Jenna Lynn, OTS

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Assessing the geographic distribution of age-related eye diseases in the U.S. using Medicare Claims data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vision and Eye Health Surveillance System

Megan Hurley, OD; Erica Shelton, OD, MS; John E. Crews, DPA; Dean A. VanNasdale OD, PhD

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