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OPS Forum Rules and 'Netiquette' Locked Topic 0 T. Bennett OPS Forum Rules and Netiquette The purpose of the OPS Forum is to provide connections between and support for OPS members. We want this to be a place where our community will develop; we can enjoy one another's company, share interests and foster education. To achieve this, we strive to maintain an atmosphere that can be enjoyed by all and we ask all members of the community to be respectful at all times. This means please use etiquette and politeness. Treat people with kindness, gentleness and respect. If you do this, the rest of the code of conduct won't need more than a cursory mention. The OPS Forum Moderators reserve the right to edit or delete any forumcontent that does not adhere to these rules. Start clear threads. Start your post with a clear specific subject. Post a follow up to let the people that help you know that you appreciate their help and let future readers know the information was useful. You can also mark a thread solved as a courtesy. Stay on topic. Each thread should stay on one topic. Off-topic messages may be deleted without notice. If you have made a mistake, apologize, and re-post to the correct thread, if one exists. Otherwise, start a new one. If your message is deleted, the poster is responsible for re-posting to the correct thread. Keep the language and tone polite and respectful and maintain decorum. Name calling, rudeness, disrespect toward others, insults, profanity or inappropriate discussion will not be tolerated. Any attempt to disrupt a thread or to promote discord is prohibited. Often discussions deteriorate in response to a single message. Do not respond back. It takes two for a discussion to fly off. Remember: everyone has the right to express their opinion, but within the bounds of decency and sensitivity to others. All posts made to these forums express the views and opinions of the author of each post. Respect the privacy of others. No advertising or commercial postings are permitted except as an appropriate reply to a message. You should identify your business. We have sponsors listed on the Sustaining Members' Page. If you wish to become a Sustaining Member with a link for our members to access, please apply for membership as a Sustaining Member. No job advertisements or employment opportunities may be posted in the OPS Member Forum. They can be submitted to the OPS Career Center through the OPS Central Office. Politics and Religion: These two topics can cause serious problems. Please find another venue to exercise your freedom of speech on these topics. No trolling. Don't post to inflame others. Substance is the key to avoid trolling (sowing discord or attempting to upset people). There is zero tolerance for trolls. They cannot be reasoned with and we don't attempt to. When writing your messages, please use the same courtesy that you would show when speaking face-to-face with someone. This is less obvious and harder than you think. Practice. No pornographic material. Sexually suggestive material will seriously scrutinized. We'd like everyone to be able to read the forums at work or share them with family and friends. No promotion of violence or advocating breaking the law. Unsubstantiated accusations, libelous and defamatory statements and innuendo prohibited. Do not post copyrighted materials - text or images - without the copyright-holder's permission. You may be asked to prove you have permission. No attacks on individuals, groups or businesses. Criticize ideas, not people. Intolerance toward race, gender, ethnic groups or business is prohibited. Avoid uppercase. Don't type whole messages in uppercase as this is the method to indicate shouting. It is also difficult to read. No profanities or foul language. We reserve the right to edit or remove inappropriate messages. Avatars, photos and images must adhere to forum standards and norms. No spamming. Links: You may post links to sites with content that is acceptable according to this code of conduct Financial Interest. If you have a financial interest in a product or service you discuss in this forum, please indicate so in your post. Remember, you are representing yourself to your colleagues and your profession. We are individuals with different interests, but with OPS in common. The OPS Board of Directors
by T. Bennett
Friday, March 23, 2012
OPS Member Forum Participation Locked Topic 0 T. Bennett Dear OPS Member, This community forum is a vehicle for OPS members to share thoughts, ask questions,and learn more about what goes on in our Society and our profession. Although the forum is visible to anyone visiting the OPS website, you must be a registered OPS member in order participate in the forum and take advantage of the all the features of the site. OPS members who wish to post a new forum topic or reply to an existing thread need to login to the website. Once logged in, you can post to the forum and subscribe to receive email alerts whenever a new topic is posted. If a particular topic is of interest to you, you can then subscribe to that thread to receive alerts whenever a new post is added. If you are not an OPS member and enjoy the forum, blogs and other public features of this website, please consider joining the OPS so you can receive these and other benefits of OPS membership. We hope you enjoy our online community forum! OPS Board of Directors
by T. Bennett
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
COVID salary survey 2 P. Crown Thank you to everyone who participated, it looks like we had 15 respondents.  It's not a huge crowd given the size of the OPS, but even the small collection of information I think reflects to some degree what is being experienced right now.     https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-MXGPFYPN7/
by P. Crown
Thursday, May 21, 2020
OPS Webinar Wednesdays - May 6th 2 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS Not to bring up a topic without a tool to resolve it.Ted Talk about discrimination of advertising in non-profitshttps://youtu.be/6aRUSjGjE9o"Google Ad Grants works just like Google Ads online advertising, by displaying your message to people who are searching for nonprofits like yours. If you’re a qualifying nonprofit, you’ll receive $10,000 USD in in-kind Google Ads advertising every month"https://www.google.com/grants/short term and long term solutions:https://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2016/02/09/marketing-for-nonprofitsMore back end tools for long term gainshttps://nonprofitmegaphone.com/ultimate-list-50-nonprofit-marketing-ideas/
by P. Crown
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
2020 Annual Program Hotel Info 1 B. McCalley It's nice to not need to use the AAO site this year. The code doesn't work directly in the hotels main booking site, but it does work through the passkey link.
by P. Crown
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
OPS Webinar Wednesdays - April 29th 0 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS Webinar Wednesdays Thanks for joining us for our Webinar Wednesdays!  The final April webinar will be presented by Holly Cheshier on 'When Imaging Becomes Difficult...How Do You Get the Best Image?'.    Register on the OPS website for this FREE live webinar. OPS and JCAHPO CEC approved. The conference link will be provided on Wednesdays. www.opsweb.org Webinar is at 6pm EDT April 29th - When Imaging Becomes Difficult...How Do You Get the Best Image? Photo Credit:  Sean Grout, OCT-C
by R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS
Thursday, April 23, 2020
Webinar Wednesdays - April 22nd 0 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS Webinar Wednesdays Thanks for joining us for our Webinar Wednesdays!  Next up, Olivia Rainey will be presenting on Ultra-Widefield Imaging.    Register on the OPS website weekly for these FREE live webinars. OPS and JCAHPO CEC approved. The conference link will be provided on Wednesdays. www.opsweb.org Webinars are at 6pm EDT April 22nd - Ultra-Widefield Imaging: Seeing Into the Far Periphery  REGISTER NOW! April 29th - When Imaging Becomes Difficult...How Do You Get the Best Image? Photo Credit:  Sean Grout, OCT-C
by R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS
Monday, April 20, 2020
OPS Webinar Wednesdays - April 15th 3 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS Dear Tim,Thank you for an excellent delivery of our WW # 2, for our April Wednesday Webinar series! We owe you a great deal of thanks for delivering an outstanding webinar and generating a great deal of enthusiasm for all of the McGyver's out there in the world of Ophthalmic Imaging. Hope to see you soon.Stay healthy,Jim
by J. Soque
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Education Opportunity 0 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS We are excited to announce our next webinar, Retinal Case Series on April 14th at 5:00 EST with Rishi Singh, MD and Caroline Baumal, MD   Register in advance for this webinar:  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tWjuaLHFQryrrsFN2IM8FQ  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
by R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS
Monday, April 13, 2020
OPS Webinar Wednesdays 4 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS What a fantastic idea. I'll be there. Kirsten
by K. Locke
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Free OCT-A Webinar 0 R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS Hello    I wanted to take a moment and invite you to a webinar series the first one will be taking place on Tuesday March 31st at 5pm est.     Darrin Landry will present "OCT Angiography - Clinical Use and Interpretation" Our goal is to have two Webinar sessions per week with open discussion and provide a platform for sharing ideas and experiences. While we all deal with current changes in the world and workplace we thought having a few educational session may be helpful. Please forward this invitation to others that you may feel may share an interest.   I hope you and your families are safe and well. Sincerely Kevin Langton Zeiss Meditec, Inc. Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Mar 31, 2020 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: Utilizing OCT-A in Clinical Practice Register in advance for this webinar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Gpa0dnsqQOqvSLNfgweuJw After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
by R. Cavicchi, CRA, FOPS
Friday, March 27, 2020
Allergy Testing for FA or ICG dye 5 S. Armstrong, CRA, OCT-C, FOPS No update. We lost both the patient and the physician to follow up :-)
by S. Armstrong, CRA, OCT-C, FOPS
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Flavoprotein Fluorescence 0 P. Crown Is anyone using the Ocumet Beacon system?  I'm intrigued by their Flavoprotein Fluorescence measuring software (and imaging hardware, to be honest). Their site: https://www.ocumet.com/imaging-disease
by P. Crown
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Heidelberg vs Zeiss vs Topcon: Round 1 3 J. Griffith, OSC The canon software has fairly robust DICOM capabilities, as does HEYEX. Depending on how accessible your Spectralis "server" is, you might be able to execute a DICOM push directly to HEYEX and eliminate some of the manual steps. Haven't tried it, but I certainly investigate it, depending on your volume and tolerance for manual importing.j-
by J. Strong
Friday, February 7, 2020
New Certification with EyeKor - Real Simple! 4 J. Soque The site is super easy to use, we're working through them with Panda2 and Graybug, but Eyekor had me do the separate certifications for both of those. They never got back to me about being able to use my CRA or OCT-C portfolios for anything, it was disappointing. Even the contacts that I reached didn't know about this certification process.
by P. Crown
Friday, February 7, 2020
Canon CF-1 2 P. Crown thank you, I'll give him a call next week on one of our slower days. I'd love to open up more of this systems potential.
by P. Crown
Friday, February 7, 2020
Dream Fundus Camera 2 C. VandenHoven I would love to see a camera that allowed for a 5DS R back. You can change from being full frame to being APSC (it's a internal software based force crop technique), it's not anti-aliased so you remove the digital averaging of pixels that all anti-aliased systems give. Then also have it be a full spectrum camera. Doing that would make it so you could shoot IR, and in a system like the older topcons where you had a spot to manually place a filter, you could put any filter you needed to act as a barrier to let only one wavelength of light through, or a small range of light through. Since SF6 and C3F8 are very particular to wavelengths of light penetrating them effectively this could make it so a fundus camera could more easily view the retina through them. Also, for me, it'd still have to be a canon body, I'm not a fan of the nikon software, no offense, just personal preference.I'd also like whatever software was being used to allow me to still have full control of the DSLR on the back, I'm fighting with a CF-1 that keeps pushing the ISO back to 800, which makes it so the images are too bright and they turn red. If I could keep it to 200 or 400 I could adjust the brightness of the flash rather than having it be overpowered while still being at its lowest setting.
by P. Crown
Friday, January 31, 2020
Red Free Imaging 1 B. McCalley Realistically if the file was captured in a raw format, and was captured using the red free wavelengths, then in theory you could use an image editing software. Converting the image to black and white initially would help, but putting it to B&W while keeping the image in an RGB format you could turn off the R layer and have simply the GB layers, but really, that may not be quite the same still.
by P. Crown
Thursday, December 12, 2019
2018 Scientific Exhibit print winners by name 3 S. Alfred Yes, the winning submissions/members have usually been announced at the annual program.     Regards, Stuart  
by S. Alfred
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Heidelberg HEYEX 1 Windows 10 issue 2 P. Crown Critical info Paul. Thanks much.
by S. Alfred
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
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