REFER, ESCALATE, and ACHIEVE in NI-IPP (REACH) Compendium

The REFER, ESCALATE and ACHIEVE in NI-IPP (REACH) Compendium was built on current scientific evidence and was developed for general ophthalmologists and specialists to help you achieve the best care for your patients who require treatment escalation beyond corticosteroids by explaining WHY, HOW, and WHEN to refer, treat, and collaboratively manage patients with NI-IPP.


Learning Objectives

The REACH compendium was developed as a learning resource to ensure:

  • Accurate and timely referral of patients with suspected non-anterior NIU eligible for treatment escalation.
  • Appropriate treatment escalation
  • Ongoing collaboration between GO and specialists, post-non-corticosteroid systemic immunomodulatory therapy

Target Audience

This program is developed for general ophthalmologists and specialists who treat patients with non-infectious Intermediate, Posterior, and Panuveitis (NI-IPP).

CPD Credits

The REACH compendium is a non-accredited, continuing professional development program developed by an international scientific committee.  It was also reviewed and adapted by a Canadian Scientific Committee to meet the needs of the Canadian ophthalmology audience:

Marie-Lyne Bélair, MD, FRCSC
Université de Montréal Montréal, Québec  
Larissa Derzko-Dzulynsky, MD, FRCSC
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario  
Amin Kherani, MD, FRCSC
University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta  

Access Details

Please visit the REACH microsite to access the REACH compendium and view other related-resources (i.e. Case studies, Patient Referral Tools, Clinical Perspective Videos.)

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