Community Practice Connection™: Pearls in Co-managing Glaucoma – Multidisciplinary Management in a Multitude of Treatment Options

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  • I. Paul Singh, MD 
  • Danica J. Marrelli, OD, FAAO, AAO
  • Alena Reznik, MD
  • John R. Samples, MD

Activity Overview

While intraocular pressure (IOP) has been considered the primary defining characteristic of open-angle glaucoma, it is more accurately defined as an optic neuropathy involving atrophy of the optic nerve head, which can be accompanied by elevated IOP. In the United States, it is estimated that there are over 3 million people with open-angle glaucoma. These patients have considerably reduced quality of life and difficulties with normal activities of daily living and are more likely to report falls and motor vehicle accidents.

This Community Practice Connection™ program provides an in-depth review of some of the key highlights from the Controversies in Modern Eyecare meeting, held in April 2023. This unique and engaging multi-media activity is ideal for the community-based clinician and focuses on the practical aspects of managing patients with glaucoma, putting recent clinical trial data into clinical context. The program is designed for those who did not attend the live meeting and to help reinforce learnings for those who did.


Target Audience

This online educational activity is directed toward optometrists and other healthcare professionals who would be involved in the management of patients suffering from glaucoma.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this activity, you should be better prepared to:

  • Describe clinical factors associated with the selection of traditional and novel topical therapies for glaucoma
  • Identify appropriate patients for sustained drug delivery in glaucoma therapy
  • Summarize current evidence regarding the safety and efficacy of MIGS procedures based on clinical trial data
  • Characterize patients who may be appropriate candidates for MIGS