SAVE THE DATE!
Celebrating 10 years as the premiere low vision rehabilitation and research conference in America, providing education and research!
Join us as we head to the Rocky Mountains in 2015. Envision Conference will be hosted in the great city of Denver, Colorado September 9th - 12th. Make plans to take advantage of special throw-back registration pricing as well as amazing giveaways throughout the next year.
Submissions Now Being Accepted for Clinical Education and Research PresentationsEnvision is now accepting submissions of prospective Clinical Education and Research Abstract presentations relating to low vision research and rehabilitation for Conference 2015. Clinical Education submissions should include concrete examples and demonstrate the unique contribution and expertise of low vision practitioners and educators and should incorporate the principles of evidence-based practice. In addition to being evaluated against these standards, they will be reviewed for meeting Continuing Education accrediting criteria for ACCME, ACVREP, AOA-CPC, AOTA, COPE and CRCC. Research Abstract submissions may be submitted by anyone in the clinical and academic visual research communities and those involved in applied psychology, nursing, low vision therapy, occupational therapy, ophthalmology or optometry are also invited to submit first-author abstracts as possible presentation topics. Submissions should be made online by March 21, 2015 via the online submissions form. Further details are available on the Call For Presentations Page.
Envision Conference Student Scholarships
Envision is pleased to announce the availability of two Envision Conference Student Scholarships. Each scholarship will be awarded to either a full-time student studying clinical areas of low vision rehabilitation (optometry, ophthalmology, occupational therapy, orientation and mobility, low vision therapy), or a PhD candidate specializing in research related to low vision applications or clinical outcomes. Scholarships cover cost of full registration, but do not include travel or hotel expenses.
To be considered for an Envision Conference Student Scholarship, submit your current curriculum vitae, a letter of reference from at least one professor or clinical supervisor, application, and a one-page narrative explaining your interest in the low vision rehabilitation or research fields, outlining the benefit the Envision Conference would have on your educational and career objectives. All applications are due by April 15, 2015. Notification of acceptance will occur by June 15, 2015.
Continuing Education Certificates Now Available
Envision Conference 2014 continuing education certificates are now available for download. Visit the continuing education page. You will need to enter your name and either registration number or badge number to download your records.
Certificate availability is based on attendance records documented via electronic scanner, as well as completed session evaluations.