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COURSE DESCRIPTION
24042 - ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL OPTOMETRY (2015-16)

Code24042
Crdts. ECTS.6


Departments and Areas
DepartmentsAreaFace-to-face theoretical creditsface-to-face practical creditsDept. Respons.Report Respos.
OPTICS, PHARMACOLOGY AND ANATOMYOPTICS1,281,12


Study Programme sin which they are taught
DEGREE IN OPTICS AND OPTOMETRY


Subject context 2015-16

The main objective is the future graduate was able to apply sinergically the applied and theoretical knowledge acquired about Optics and Optometry along his/her degree for indentifying and analyse environmental and occupational hazards causing eye health problems or visual impairment (low visual performance). In this way, with an integral approach of the degree, the future graduate will can take right decisions, from interdisciplinar and health legislation, in each specific case to prescript a treatment for recovering visual function, or improving visual performance.



Lecturer in charge
MARTINEZ VERDU, FRANCISCO MIGUEL


Lecturers (2015-16)
Group Lecturer
TEORIA DE 240421MARTINEZ VERDU, FRANCISCO MIGUEL
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 24042L1VIQUEIRA PEREZ, VALENTIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L2VIQUEIRA PEREZ, VALENTIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
PRÀCTIQUES CLÍNIQUES DE 24042CL1VIQUEIRA PEREZ, VALENTIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 CL2VIQUEIRA PEREZ, VALENTIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
TUTORIES GRUPALS DE 24042T1MARTINEZ VERDU, FRANCISCO MIGUEL
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 T2MARTINEZ VERDU, FRANCISCO MIGUEL
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD


Students registered (2015-16)
Group (*)Number
1: TEORIA DE 24042 27
TOTAL 27


Registration groups (2015-16)
Group (*)SemesterSessionLanguageDistribution
1  (TEORIA DE 24042) 1er. D ANG from NIF A to NIF Z
(*) 1:1 - ANG


Graphical enquiry of timetables
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Timetable (2015-16)
ModeGroup (*)Starting dayEnding dayDayStarting hourEnding hourLecture room 
THEORY CLASS 1 10/09/2015 10/09/2015 J 11:00 13:00 OP/0001 
  1 11/09/2015 11/09/2015 V 11:00 13:00 OP/0001 
  1 16/09/2015 16/09/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 23/09/2015 23/09/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 30/09/2015 30/09/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 07/10/2015 07/10/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 14/10/2015 14/10/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 21/10/2015 21/10/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 28/10/2015 28/10/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 04/11/2015 04/11/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 11/11/2015 11/11/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 18/11/2015 18/11/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 25/11/2015 25/11/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 02/12/2015 02/12/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 09/12/2015 09/12/2015 X 13:00 15:00 OP/0001 
  1 16/12/2015 16/12/2015 X 12:00 14:00 OP/0001 
CLINICAL PRACTICALS CL1 08/10/2015 08/10/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PB024 
  CL1 15/10/2015 15/10/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PB024 
  CL1 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PB024 
  CL1 29/10/2015 29/10/2015 J 10:00 12:30 0038PB024 
  CL2 05/10/2015 05/10/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PB024 
  CL2 15/10/2015 15/10/2015 J 15:30 18:00 0038PB024 
  CL2 19/10/2015 19/10/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PB024 
  CL2 26/10/2015 26/10/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PB024 
GROUP TUTORIALS T1 24/11/2015 24/11/2015 M 09:00 12:00 OP/0001 
  T2 24/11/2015 24/11/2015 M 09:00 12:00 OP/0001 
LAB PRACTICALS L1 01/10/2015 01/10/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PS012 
  L1 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PS037 
  L1 12/11/2015 12/11/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PS012 
  L1 19/11/2015 19/11/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PS037 
  L1 26/11/2015 26/11/2015 J 10:00 12:30 0038PS037 
  L1 03/12/2015 03/12/2015 J 09:00 11:30 0038PS037 
  L2 28/09/2015 28/09/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS012 
  L2 02/11/2015 02/11/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS037 
  L2 09/11/2015 09/11/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS012 
  L2 16/11/2015 16/11/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS037 
  L2 23/11/2015 23/11/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS037 
  L2 30/11/2015 30/11/2015 L 15:30 18:00 0038PS037 
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
 1: 1 - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 L1: L1 - ANG
 L2: L2 - ANG
(*) TUTORIES GRUPALS
 T1: T1 - ANG
 T2: T2 - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS CLÍNICAS
 CL1: CL1 - ANG
 CL2: CL2 - ANG


Degree course competences (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master's degrees)

DEGREE IN OPTICS AND OPTOMETRY

Specific competences (CE):

    Module 1: basic competences
    • CES22: Understand the psychological factors of the relationship between the optician optometrist and the patient.

    Specific competences (CE):

      Module 2: optics competences
      • CES32: Understand the fundamentals and laws of radiometrics and photometrics.

      Specific competences (CE):

        Module 3: vision system pathology competences
        • CES40: Understand the properties and functions of the different elements making up the visual system.
        • CES49: Detect and evaluate the main ophthalmological disorders to refer patients to the ophthalmologist for study and treatment.
        • CES51: Understand the epidemiological models of the main visual pathologies.
        • CES52: Understand and apply health education techniques to the main generic ocular health problems. Understand the principles of sickness and health.
        • CES53: Understand the manifestations of the pathological processes and mechanisms involved in producing the main human illnesses.

        Specific competences (CE):

          Module 4: optometry competences
          • CES54: Develop communication, data recording and clinical history preparation skills.
          • CES59: Understand the sensorial and oculomotor mechanisms of binocular vision.
          • CES61: Ability to prescribe, control and monitor optical corrections.
          • CES71: Apply controlled corneal topography modification techniques using contact lenses.
          • CES73: Adapt contact lenses and ocular prostheses to improve vision and the external appearance of the eye.
          • CES74: Understand the function of the retina as a receptor of radiant energy.
          • CES76: Understand the modifications in perceptive processes associated with aging.
          • CES82: Understand and apply visual screening techniques applied to different populations.
          • CES84: Understand the legal and psychosocial aspects of the profession.
          • CES85: Capacity to act as a primary visual care agent.
          • CES86: Understand the legal and psychosocial aspects of the profession.
          • CES87: Understand the foundations and techniques of health care education and the main generic health care programmes to which optometrists should contribute from their field of activity.

          Specific competences (CE):

            Module 5: final project and work experience competences
            • CES91: Apply the technique for fitting visual corrections and compensations to glasses and the possible fine-tuning of contact lenses.
            • CES92: Make contact with the commercialisation of products, their supply, storage, conservation and information.
            • CES94: Understand the different protocols for patient-related action.
            • CES95: Understand the indications and procedure for carrying out and interpreting the complementary tests needed for vision consultations.
            • CES96: Carry out the patient care protocol in the optometric clinic/surgery.
            • CES97: Write a medical history adapted to the profile of the patient.


Results of learning (formative objectives)


Specific objectives provided by the teaching staff for the course 2015-16

Understand the link among the three pillars of ergonomics (user-task-environment) and its implmentation in Vision Sciences.

Know and apply different types of protocols for doing a right clinical history according to the patient profile and its context (workplace, free activities, etc).

Know the functional limits of human vision and its relationship with age, as well as at occupational contexts and free activities, linking with the task visibility factors.

Acquiere ability for examining, give diagnosis, and manage visual anomalies, with special relevance in the differential diagnosis related with occupational and free activity context.

Evaluate eye hazards in occupational or free-time activities under radiant energy exposures, as well as continous spectrum light sources or laser, and understand the fundamentals of radiometric control for avoiding eye injuries.

Identify and analyse environmental and occupational hazards causing eye injuries (mechanic, chemical, electric, etc)

Acquiere ability for evaluating the visual performance of any patient and propose the most right treatment (advices, optical prescription, environment design, visual therapy, etc). Design a general scheme of an visual and eye prevention programme for any type of company.

Know the fundamentals and techniques in health education and the main general programmes of monitoring of visual health where the optometrist should contribute from a collaborative approach with other health professionals, in order to the optometrist can apply, if necessary, as visual health primary expert.

Communicate and inform to patient about all tests and instructions to be applied on him/her clearly explaining the final results and their diagnosis.

Know and locate the international and national standards related to visual and eye health in each context.



Theoretical and practical contents 2015-16

B1: Human visual performance and visual health surveillance



  • T1: Functional limits of human vision

  • T2: Visual performance

  • T3: Visual health surveillance


B2: Environmental issues and design of visual environment



  • T4: Radiant energy and hazards for human vision

  • T5: Lighting

  • T6: Design of visual environment

  • T7: Hazards for visual and ocular injuries


B3: Types of tasks and specific visual requirements



  • T8: Displays

  • T9: Driving

  • T10: Sports

  • T11: Learning for special groups



Types of activities (2015-16)
Teaching activityMethodologyIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based hours
THEORY CLASS

The lectures (T1-T11) will mainly focus on the exposure of the learning objectives of each subject and directed (both individual and group, such as sharing or teamwork) activities planned for this purpose. For this, effective communication channels student-teacher and student-student be established to ensure the individual and group virtual monitoring of the proposed learning activities.

3236
GROUP TUTORIALS

The group tutorials (TGR) will be used to design, develop and deliver a common work on complementary issues to end of year.

310
LAB PRACTICALS

Laboratory sesions (PLA) consist of Kolb-type experimental sessions for applying later feedback later with the theoretical sessions. Students will present a report of the results of each practice session.

1524
CLINICAL PRACTICALS

Clinical sesions (CLIN), to be performed mainly in coordination with the Optometric Clinic, consist of Kolb-type experimental sessions for applying later feedback later with the theoretical sessions. Students will present a report of the results of each practice session.

1020
TOTAL6090


Weekly development of the activities (2015-16)
WeekUnitIn-class work descriptionIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based work descriptionDistance-based hours
01 T1

Attendance to the subject presentation and contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support, exercise by subject blog and virtual tutoring

3
02 T2 - T3

Contents assimilation

3

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

4
03 CLIN1

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report and virtual tutoring

4
03 T3 + Sheet 1

Applied (solved numerical exercises) and theoretical contents assimilation

3

Review with provided bibliographic support, exercise by subject blog, and virtual tutoring

3
04 T4

Applied and theorerical contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
04 CLIN2

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report and virtual tutoring

5
05 T4 + Sheet 2

Applied (solved numerical exercises) and theoretical contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
06 T5

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
06 CLIN3

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review with provided bibliographic support, session report, and virtual tutoring

5
07 PLA1

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

4
07 T5

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
08 T6

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
08 PLA2

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

4
09 PLA3

Applied and theorerical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

4
09 Sheet 3

Applied (solved numerical exercises) and theoretical contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support, exercise to be solved and submitted, and virtual tutoring

3
10 PLA4

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

4
10 T7

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support, discussion participation, and virtual tutoring

2
11 T8

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
11 PLA5

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

4
12 T8

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
12 TGR

Analysis and decision making of the issue for oral presentation from the lessons, and their initially provided bibliographic resources

3

Teamwork: bibliographic search, and, oral presentation scheme

10
12 PLA6

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

5
13 CLIN4

Applied and theoretical contents assimilation

2,5

Review, session report, and virtual tutoring

5
13 T9

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support, discussion participation, and virtual tutoring

2
14 T10

Contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support and virtual tutoring

2
15 T11 + Sheet 4

Applied (solved numerical exercises) and theoretical contents assimilation

2

Review with provided bibliographic support, exercise to be solved and submitted, and virtual tutoring

3
TOTAL60 90


Evaluation Tools and Criteria 2015-16

Continous assessment, 70 %, based on the management of individual, collaborative and cooperative proposals in class and monitored at attendance level and virtually, of student involvement in class, tutoring, laboratory activities and other resources additionally described in the subject syllabus. The evaluation also includes a written final exam (final test) finishing semester, with a weigth lower than 30 % total.

TypeCriteriaDescriptionWeighting
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Tasks to be done by sharing. Submission of practices reports.

Collaborative work25
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Comments in subject blog and discussions participations in UACloud

Monitored invidual work20
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Oral presentation of a complementary topic of this subject, previously planned in the TGR session

Teamwork25
FINAL TEST

Six long questions, equally weighted, about applied and theoretical issues assimilated during the semester with conventional instrumental resources (calculator and formulae sheet)

Final written exam30
TOTAL100


Official examination dates 2015-16
AnnouncementGroup (*)dateStarting hourEnding hourAssigned lecture room(s)Observ:
Periodo ordinario para asignaturas de primer semestre 19/01/2016 12:00 15:00 OP/0001 
Pruebas extraordinarias para asignaturas de grado y máster 08/07/2016 11:30 14:30 EP/S-12M 
** The time zone associated with the examination only refers to the reservation of the room and not the duration of the examination itself **
(*) 1:1 - ANG


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Rosenbloom and Morgan`s vision and aging
Author(s):ROSENBLOOM, Alfred A. (ed.)
Editi�n:St. Louis (Missouri) : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007.
ISBN:978-0-7506-7359-4
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Ophthalmic lasers
Author(s):WORMINGTON, Charles M.
Editi�n:Philadelphia : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003.
ISBN:0-7506-9572-2
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Trabajo y ojo
Author(s):NORTH, Raquel V.
Editi�n:Barcelona : Masson, 1996.
ISBN:84-458-0335-2
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Outdoor lighting : physics, vision and perception
Author(s):SCHREUDER, Duco
Editi�n:New York : Springer, 2008.
ISBN:978-1-4020-8601-4
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The multisensory driver : implications for ergonomic car interface design
Author(s):HO, Cristy ; SPENCE, Charles
Editi�n:Hampshire : Ashgate, 2008.
ISBN:978-0-7546-7068-1
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Neuroergonomics : the brain at work
Author(s):PARASURAMAN, Raja ; RIZZO, Matthew
Editi�n:Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007.
ISBN:978-0-19-536865-9
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New directions in colour studies
Author(s):BIGGAM, Carole ...[et al.]
Editi�n:Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2011.
ISBN:978-90-272-1188-0
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Traumatismos oculares
Author(s):BANTA, James T.
Editi�n:Madrid : Elsevier, 2008.
ISBN:978-84-8086-329-2
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Lighting and the visual environment for senior living : ANSI/IESNA RP-28-07
Author(s):IESNA LIGHTING FOR THE AGED AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED COMMITTEE
Editi�n:New York : Illuminating Engineering society of North America, 2007.
ISBN:978-0-87995-223-5
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Social psychology of visual perception
Author(s):BALCETIS, Emily ; LASSITER, G. Daniel (eds.)
Editi�n:New York : Psychology Press, 2010.
ISBN:978-1-84872-804-2
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Visual stress
Author(s):WILKINS, Arnold J.
Editi�n:Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002.
ISBN:0-19-852174-X
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The lighting handbook : reference and application
Author(s):DiLAURA, David [et al.]
Editi�n:New York : IESNA, 2011.
ISBN:978-0-87995-241-9
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Computer generated colour : a practical guide to presentation and display
Author(s):JACKSON, Richard ; MacDONALD, Lindsay W. ; FREEMAN, Ken
Editi�n:Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 1994.
ISBN:0-471-93378-3
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