Dr. Isdin Oke explores some of the ways in which the visual system in children and adolescents is affected by excessive use of digital technologies. The presentation was recorded at Problematic Interactive Media Use (PIMU): Gaming, Social Media, and More, on Oct. 15, 2021.
At the conclusion of this educational program, learners will be able to:
- Understand how ocular structures grow and the visual system develops throughout childhood and adolescence.
- Identify the short- and long-term effects of digital device use on the eyes.
- Describe strategies to manage ocular systems.
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Isdin Oke, MD: None