Instructor, Micro-Credential: Advanced Cornea and Contact Lenses
The Cornea & Contact Lens Micro-Credentialing is a program designed for a select group of students to receive advanced academic, clinical and professional opportunities beyond what is provided in the core professional degree curriculum. This program involves: elective course work, specialty clinic assignments third year, assignment to the Contact Lens externship in fourth year, and a final project.
Instructor, Elective: Advanced Contact Lenses: Scleral Lenses
This course is designed to provide an in-depth overview of the scleral lens fitting process. In this course, students will learn to: select the ideal candidate, choose the initial lens, properly insert, evaluate the fit, assess for flexure, remove the lens and troubleshoot accordingly for a successful final order.
Co-Instructor of Record,Clinical Case Management I, II, and III
The Clinical Case Management sequence builds on the knowledge and clinical skills taught in the first two years of the professional degree program and designed to complement the third-year clinical experience. Through large group lectures and subsequent small group discussion, students engage in problem-based learning, self-directed exploration of clinical problems, and further develop a critical approach to diagnosis and management. Emphasis will be placed on the diagnoses that are most prevalent, vision, and life-threatening and will cover the full management of patient care from history taking and examination, the interpretation of initial investigations, selection of differential diagnoses, evidence-based management, and appropriate patient communication and education. Clinical case management can be described as the interaction between patient and health care team and includes communication, empathy, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, and intervention.
Dr. Keh is passionate about caring for patients with complex corneal conditions, especially those who require specialty contact lens fitting. She also has special interest in inter professional care and co-management with health professionals outside of her area of specialization to best care for patients.