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The examination of a potentially contagious patient balances the risks of exposure to transmissible microorganisms against the smooth operation of the office. Doctors, staff, and other patients can lower their risk to exposure by following the principles of infection control. “Social distancing,” personal protection, and modified examination workflow mitigates viral transmission. This course is suitable for eye care practitioners at any training level and their staff.
Richard Hom

Dr. Hom is currently the Optometric Director, Anthem, Inc. He holds doctorates in Biomedicine and Optometry as well as an MPA degree. Dr. Hom is also a Diplomate
in Public Health and Environmental Vision with the American Academy of Optometry.

He is a retired LTC (USAR) and served as Clinic Chief. He has experience in biological warfare, logistics and food contracting.

While clinic optometry leader at the San Mateo Medical Center, he set up a “clean and safe” work environment for the Eye Department.

Greg Moore

Dr. Moore has provided CE courses for both ODs and MDs on 4 continents and in 36 different states. In academia, Dr. Moore spent 20 years as both an adjunct and full faculty member. Reaching the rank of Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Clinics, and Director of Clinical and Surgical Education and Training.

Dr. Moore’s career began as the team eye doctor for the Chicago Cubs in vision therapy., he has been involved with research in Complex Traumatic Brain Injury with the University of Cincinnati for the past 5 years.

In private practice Dr Moore has performed thousands of Laser and minor surgical procedures in his offices in WV and KY, as well as through his staff privileges at Pikeville Medical Center.

Fadi Al Akhrass

Fadi Al Akhrass is Board Certified by The American College of Physicians, and The American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease and the American College of Physicians. 

A premier Infectious Disease Specialist in Pikeville, KY.  He is affiliated with Pikeville Medical Center.

Paul Karpecki

Dr. Karpecki received his Doctor of optometry degree from Indiana University and completed a fellowship in Medical Cornea and Refractive Surgery in Kansas City in affiliation with the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.  

He currently serves as Director of Cornea Services for Kentucky Eye Institute in Lexington KY, Gaddie Eye Centers in Louisville KY, Center for Sight in Carmel IN.  

He is Medical Director for KEPLR Vision and on the LBRS Team at iOR Partners. 

He also currently serves as an Associate Professor at the Kentucky College of Optometry in Pikeville.

Dr. Karpecki also serves as the Chief Medical Editor for Review of Optometry

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