Roanne Flom

Professor-Clinical

Contact Information

Postal address: 
338 W 10th Ave Room 333 Fry hall Columbus, OH 43210

Biographical narrative

Dr. Flom is a Professor of Clinical Optometry at The Ohio State University College of Optometry. Her main focus is low vision rehabilitation of individuals with impaired vision from serious disorders of the visual system. 

She teaches the Low Vision Rehabilitation and Gerontology course, trains low vision residents and fellows, and participates in training of graduate students pursuing masters degrees in Vision Science. She also serves as Chief of the OSU Low Vision Rehabilitation Service, with responsibility each year for about 800 patient visits and for the training of over 60 interns.

She previously served on faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she co-founded the Johns Hopkins Low Vision Consultation Service and trained low vision residents, and at the University of California, Berkeley, where she taught low vision care.

Her main research interest is in visual performance by persons with impaired vision, especially related to reading, driving, and contrast vision. She currently collaborates in reading research, multiple studies of driving, and the federal grant “Efficient Assessment of Visual Deficits in Low Vision” (R01 EY025658 National Eye Institute 12/01/2015 –11/30/2020; PI Deyue Yu).

Dr. Flom is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and is a diplomate of the Academy’s Low Vision Section. She is past Chair of the Academy's Low Vision Section and had leadership roles in its Diplomate Program for many years. She founded the Low Vision Educator's Special Interest Group of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry, and participated in that group's development of Entry Level and Advanced Competencies in Low Vision.

She has a bachelors degree in Human Biology from Stanford University and a doctorate in optometry, with subsequent post-graduate training in low vision and binocular vision from the University of California at Berkeley.

Journal articles

  • Dougherty, B. E., Flom, R. E., Bullimore, M. A., & Raasch, T. W. (2015). Previous Driving Experience, but Not Vision, Is Associated With Motor Vehicle Collision Rate in Bioptic Drivers. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE, 56(11), 6326-6332. doi:10.1167/iovs.15-16882
  • Dougherty, B. E., Flom, R. E., Bullimore, M. A., & Raasch, T. W. (2015). Vision, Training Hours, and Road Testing Results in Bioptic Drivers. OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE, 92(4), 395-403. doi:10.1097/OPX.0000000000000547
  • Kammer, R. L., Jamara, R. J., Kollbaum, E., Matchinski, T., & Flom, R. (2010). The development of entry level low vision rehabilitation competencies in optometric education. Optometric Education, 35(3).
  • Low Vision: developing services for older adults. (2007). Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 54.
  • Interdisciplinary allied health education in treating older adults with low vision. (2007). J Allied Health, 36.
  • An evaluation of the Mars Letter Contrast Sensitivity Test. (2005). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 82(11).
  • Please update record with Title (2002). Optom Vis Sci.
  • Corneal scarring in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study: baseline prevalence and repeatability of detection. (1999). Cornea, 18(1).
  • Rigid contact lens fitting relationships in keratoconus. Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study Group. (1999). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 76(10).
  • Repeatability of refraction and corrected visual acuity in keratoconus. The CLEK Study Group. Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus. (1998). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 75(12).
  • Repeatability and agreement of two corneal-curvature assessments in keratoconus: keratometry and the first definite apical clearance lens (FDACL). CLEK Study Group. Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus. (1998). Cornea, 17(3).
  • Visual acuity repeatability in keratoconus: impact on sample size. Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study Group. (1998). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 75(4).
  • Baseline findings in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study. (1998). Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 39(13).
  • Low Vision - Optometry's Opportunity (1997). Optom Vis Sci, 74(5).
  • Low vision--optometry's opportunity. (1997). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 74(5).
  • Please update record with Title (1996). American Journal of Ophthalmology.
  • Low vision management of the diabetic patient. (1992). Problems in Optometry: Management and Application of Low Vision., 4(1).
  • Visual prostheses and visual rehabilitation in low vision research, and management. (1991). Current Opinion in Ophthalmology, 2.
  • Visual prostheses and visual rehabilitation in low vision research, assessment, and management. (1991). Current opinion in ophthalmology, 2(6).
  • Age differences in corneal hydration control. (1989). Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 30(3).

Honors

  • Diplomate of Low Vision Section, 19920101
  • Fellowship, 19890101 - 19890101
  • JH Bailey Award, 19840101 - 19840101
  • Weymouth Travel Fellowship, 19800101 - 19800101

Presentations

  • Low vision rehabilitation in children. (n.d.). In Cleveland Ophthalmological Society. Cleveland, OH.
  • Low vision rehabilitation. (n.d.). In Columbus ophthalmology residents group.. Columbus, OH.
  • Visual impairment in older adults and social isolation. (n.d.). In OSU SAMP 655: Individual Differences In Patient/client Populations.
  • Examining the visually impaired child. (n.d.). In OSU Vision Science 732: Vision of Children.
  • Low vision rehabilitation: strategies to improve quality of life. (n.d.). In OSU Pre-Optometry Club.
  • Ophthalmology resident low vision sessions (4 one-hour sessions) (n.d.). In OSU Department of Ophthalmology. Columbus, OH.
  • Macular degeneration: management while awaiting cure. (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Low vision rehabilitation: current strategies for improved quality of life. (n.d.). In 49th Annual Postgraduate Sumposium in Ophthalmology, OSU Medical Center and the William Havener Eye Institute. Columbus, OH.
  • Visual impairment in older adults and social isolation. (n.d.). In OSU SAMP 655: Individual Differences in Paitent/client Populations.
  • Examining the visually impaired child. (n.d.). In OSU Vision Science 732: Vision of Children.
  • Vision problems with aging. (n.d.). In OSU Social Work 790: Introduction to Gerontology.
  • Vision impairment: implications for audiologists. (n.d.). In OSU Speech & Hearing Science 835: Hearing Aids II.
  • Visual Impairment (n.d.). In OSU Co-instructor of Collaborative Treatment of Older Adults with Low Vision Seminar..
  • Functional impact of visual impairment. (n.d.). In OSU Guest lecture in SAMP 694: Chronic diseases and disabilities..
  • Assessing and counseling the visually impaired older driver. (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Vision disabilities. (n.d.). In OSU Guest Lecture in EDU PAES 791: Orientation to Disabling Conditions.
  • Courageous conversations in eye care. (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Courageous conversations in eye care. (n.d.). In Clinic Instructor Orientation Program, OSU College of Optometry. Columbus, OH.
  • Courageous conversations in low vision care. (n.d.). In Ellerbrock Continuing Education Program, American Academy of Optometry. San Diego, CA.
  • Examining the visually impaired child. (n.d.). In OSU VS 732: Vision of Children.
  • Glasses, magnifiers, and telescopes: realistic options for those with impaired vision. (n.d.). In Share the Vision, a health fair for visually impaired persons.. Dublin, OH.
  • Examining the visually impaired child. (n.d.). In OSU VS 732: Vision of Children.
  • Courageous conversations in low vision care. (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Reading assessment in low vision (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Age related eye disease: can we prevent cataract and AMD? (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Creating a profile of viusal impairment. (n.d.). In Ohio State School for the Blind. Columbus, OH.
  • Managing macular degeneration: hope and hype. (n.d.). In Central Ohio Optometric Association. Columbus, OH.
  • Management of extreme childhood myopia. and New optical management of homonymous hemianopia. (n.d.). In Specialty Grand Rounds, Department of Ophthalmology, The Ohio State University.
  • Fads and frontiers in management of macular degeneration. (n.d.). In OSU Third year optometry ocular disease course..
  • Fads and frontiers in management of macular degeneration. (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Low vision case presentation. (n.d.). In Specialty Grand Rounds, Department of Ophthalmology, The Ohio State University.
  • Visual Impairment and Aging (n.d.). In The OSU Women's Health Initiative Study Team.
  • New macular degeneration management: fads and frontiers. (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Counseling patients with age related macular degeneration: strategies for optometrists. (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Counseling patients with age related macular degeneration: strategies for optometrists. (n.d.). In Ellerbrock Continuing Education Program, American Academy of Optometry. San Antonio, TX.
  • Counseling patients with age related macular degeneration. (n.d.). In OSU Fourth year optometry seminar course..
  • Counseling patients with age related macular degeneration: strategies for optometrists. (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Clinical applications of research on text display. (n.d.). In Symposium on Reading in Low Vision, American Academy of Optometry. FL.
  • Leber's, Leber's, and Leber's (n.d.). In Optometric Educators, Inc.. Columbus, OH.
  • Counseling patients with age related macular degeneration: strategies for optometrists. (n.d.). In EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH.
  • Assessment of reading performance in the visually impaired (n.d.). In OSU Third year optometry clinic seminar course..
  • Effective optometric low vision rehabilitation: techniques and case presentations. (n.d.). In Intensive Training for Assisting in Low Vision Rehabilitation, Mattingly Intl, Inc.. Cincinnati, OH.
  • Optical and interdisciplinary management of bilateral vision loss in macular degeneration. (n.d.). In Specialty Grand Rounds, The Ohio State University Department of Ophthalmology..
  • Effective optometric low vision rehabilitation: techniques and case presentations. (n.d.). In Intensive training for assisting in low vision, Mattingly International, Inc.. Cincinnati, OH.
  • Assessment of reading performance in the visually impaired. (n.d.). In OSU Third year optometry low vision course..
  • Clinical low vision management update. (n.d.). In Annual Spring Continuing Education Meeting, Miami Valley Society of Optometrists. Dayton, OH.
  • Managing early vision loss from macular degeneration and diabetes. (n.d.). In Winter Optoemtric Educators, Inc. Conference. Columbus, OH.
  • Assessment of reading performance in the visually impaired. (n.d.). In OSU Fourth year optometry seminar course..
  • Low vision care: diabetic vision rehabilitation - what and when? (n.d.). In Diabetic symposium, Low Vision Section, American Academy of Optometry. San Diego, CA.
  • How big is big enough? Reflections on magnification for the visually impaired. (n.d.). In Southern California College of Optometry. Fullerton, CA.
  • Traditional low vision prescribing rules not valid. (n.d.). In Wilmer Residents Association Meeting. Baltimore, MD.
  • Primary low vision care: strategies for improved effectiveness. (n.d.). In Regional Optometric Continuing Education Meeting. Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
  • Low vision management in diabetic retinopathy. (n.d.). In Diabetic Retinopathy Continuing Medical Education Program. Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD.
  • A systematic approach to prescribing for low vision reading. (n.d.). In Annual Low Vision Symposium, Scheie Ophthalmological Institute. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Prescribing telescopes in low vision. (n.d.). In Annual Postgraduate Course, Danish Ophthalmologic Society. Jutland, Denmark.
  • Low vision management of peripheral visual field defects. (n.d.). In Annual Postgraduate Course, Danish Ophthalmologic Society. Jutland, Denmark.
  • Low vision care in primary practice settings. (n.d.). In Annual Postgraduate Course, Danish Ophthalmologic Society. Jutland, Denmark.
  • Low vision management for patients with age-related macular degeneration. (n.d.). In Macular Degeneration Continuing Medical Education Program. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
  • Challenges in the development of the Low Vision Enhancement System. (n.d.). In Regional Continuing Education Meeting, Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired. York, PA.
  • Low vision evaluation and prescribing strategies for the primary care provider. (n.d.). In Greater Baltimore Optometric Society. Baltimore, MD.
  • Low vision evaluation and prescribing strategies for patients with diabetes. (n.d.). In Diabetes Continuing Education Program, Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Low vision rehabilitation. (n.d.). In Wilmer Ophthalmic Technicians Continuing Education Program. Johns Hopkins University Department of Ophthalmology, Baltimore, MD.
  • Understanding visual impairment. (n.d.). In Baltimore City Schools Continuing Education Program for Teachers. Baltimore, MD.
  • The lwo vision research agenda: special populations and measuring outcomes. (n.d.). In University of Houston, College of Optometry. Houston, TX.
  • Diabetes and visual impairment: optometric low vision interventions. (n.d.). In Ellerbrock Memorial Continuing Education Meeting, American Academy of Optometry. Anaheim, CA.
  • Vision in limbo: the special rehabilitation needs of visually impaired persons. (n.d.). In Annual Meeting, American Association of Diabetes Educators. Baltimore, MD.
  • Tailoring low vision care to individuals with diabetes. (n.d.). In Wilmer Residents Association Meeting. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
  • Reduced vision due to diabetes: information and resources. (n.d.). In Annual Meeting, American Diabetes Association, Maryland Affiliate. Baltimore, MD.
  • Diabetes and visual impairment: optometric low vision interventions. (n.d.). In Ellerbrock Memorial Continuing Education Meeting, American Academy of Optometry. Nashville, TN.
  • Low vision rehabilitation: what's new and what works? (n.d.). In Macular Degeneration Continuing Medical Education Program, Johns Hopkins Univ.. Baltimore, MD.
  • Multiple lectures to ophthalmology residents and medical students. (n.d.). In Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.
  • Homonymous hemianopia: issues in clinical management. (n.d.). In Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Philadelphia, PA.

Abstracts

  • Title of Publication: Vision 2017 International Low Vision ConferenceTitle of Entry: Collision Rates of Bioptic Drivers Compared to Matched ControlsAuthor(s): Raasch TW, Flom REPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: 2017Type of Work: Paper presentation and published abstract to appear onlineReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer-ReviewDescription of Effort: Collaborated in study design, data analysis, and presentation preparation.Percent Authorship: 15Record created at source: 24...
  • Title of Publication: American Academy of OptometryTitle of Entry: The Ohio Reading and Visual Impairment Study (ORVIS): a Retrospective Chart ReviewAuthor(s): Scholz J, Flom RE, Raasch TWPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: 2017Type of Work: Paper presentation and published abstractReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer-ReviewRecord created at source: 24 October 2017
  • Title of Publication: Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual ScienceTitle of Entry: The Effect of Bioptic Telescopic Spectacle Use on Road Sign Recognition in Drivers with Central Vision ImpairmentRIV Author(s): Dougherty BE, Flom RE, Mathias AR, Kerwin T, Raasch TWPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: September 2016Publisher: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Rockville, MDVolume: 57RIV Pages: 1964Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer...
  • Title of Publication: Association for Research in Vision and OphthalmologyTitle of Entry: Visual Functions in the Presence of Eye Diseases or DisordersAuthor(s): Dougherty BE, Flom RE, Bullimore MA, Raasch TWPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: 2012Type of Work: abstractReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer-ReviewDescription of Effort: Collaborated on study design, data analysis, and abstract preparation.Percent Authorship: 10Record created at source: 24 October 2017
  • Title of Publication: The Eye and the Auto International ConferenceTitle of Entry: Bioptic Driving in OhioAuthor(s): Dougherty BE, Flom RE, Raasch TW, Bullimore MAPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: 2011Type of Work: abstractReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer-ReviewDescription of Effort: Collaborated on study design, data analysis, and abstract preparation.Percent Authorship: 10Record created at source: 24 October 2017
  • Title of Publication: American Academy of OptometryTitle of Entry: Unique Devices for Unique Demands: Low Vision Rehabilitation in a Case of Neuromyelitis OpticaAuthor(s): Ross N, Cooley S, Flom REPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: 2011Type of Work: abstractURL: http://www.aaopt.org/sites/default/files/userfiles/outlines/Nicole%20Ross.pdfReviewed Item?: trueType of Review: Peer-ReviewDescription of Effort: Collaborated on case study design, data analysis, and abstract preparation...
  • Title of Publication: Association of Geontology in Higher Education Annual ConferenceTitle of Entry: Collaborative teaching and learning about older adults with low vision.RIV Author(s): Beckley MN, Teaford MH, Balaswamy S, Flom R, Kegelmeyer D, Raasch T.Publication date: January 2006Publisher: Indianapolis, INType of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: The GerontologistTitle of Entry: Interdisciplinary training program in the treatment of older adults with low vision.RIV Author(s): Beckley MN, Teaford MH, Balaswamy S, Flom R, Kegelmeyer D, Raasch T.Publication date: January 2005Volume: 45 Special Issue IIRIV Pages: 133Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis SciTitle of Entry: Validity and repeatability of the Lighthouse letter contrast sensitivity chart.RIV Author(s): Dougherty B, Flom R, Bullimore MPublication date: January 2004Volume: 81(12s)RIV Pages: 288Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis SciTitle of Entry: Breaking bad news role play implemented in third year gerontology course.RIV Author(s): Flom RPublication date: January 2003Volume: 80(12s)RIV Pages: 59Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Asymmetry in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Pierce GE, Fink BA, Barr JT, Edrington TB, Schechtman KB, Jeandervin M, Flom R, Zadnik K, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 2000Volume: 41 (suppl)RIV Pages: S72Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: A comparison of two methods of evaluating cornea-to-contact lens base curve fluorescein patterns in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Pierce GE, Fink BA, Barr JT, Edrington TB, Schechtman KB, Jeandervin M, Flom R, Zadnik K, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 2000Volume: 41 (suppl)RIV Pages: S72Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Disease asymmetry in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K, Schechtman KB, Nichols JJ, Fink BA, Tyler J, Rosentiel, Shin JA, Joslin CE, Steger-May K, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 2000Volume: 77RIV Pages: 117Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Asymmetry in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K, Schechtman KB, Nichols JJ, Fink BA, Tyler J, Rosenstiel CE, Steger-May K, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 2000Volume: 41 (suppl)RIV Pages: S678Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Extreme myopia: refractive management and propensity for glaucoma.RIV Author(s): Flom RE, Walline JJPublication date: January 2000Volume: 77RIV Pages: 108Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Lysosomal hydrolase staining of impression cytology specimens in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Shen JF, McMahon TT, Cheng EL, Sugar J, Yue BYJT, Anderson R, Begley C, Zhou Z, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 2000Volume: 41 (suppl)RIV Pages: S271Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Estimating incident corneal scaring in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study.RIV Author(s): Barr JT, Zadnik K, Gordon MO, Edrington TB, McMahon TT, Everett DF, and the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 76RIV Pages: 213Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Correlation of NEI-Visual Function Questionnaire (VFQ) with clinical measures in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study.RIV Author(s): Gordon MO, Beiser JA, Zadnik K, Barr JT, Edrington TB, McMahon TT, and the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 40 (suppl)RIV Pages: S769Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: The effect of rigid contact lens peripheral clearance on patient comfort in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study.RIV Author(s): Edrington TB, Gundel RE, Libassi DP, Wagner H, Pierce GE, Walline JJ, Barr JT, Wilson BS, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 76RIV Pages: 210Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Correlation of corneal scarring with clinical measures and patient outcomes at baseline in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) StudyRIV Author(s): Edrington TB, Barr JT, Zadnik K, Fink BA, Nichols JJ, Gordon MO, and the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 40 (Suppl)RIV Pages: S911Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Incident corneal scaring estimates in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study.RIV Author(s): Barr JT, Gordon MO, Zadnik K, Edrington TB, McMahon TT, Everett DF, and the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 40 (suppl)RIV Pages: S769Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Impact of scarring in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K, Barr JT, Edrington TB, Wilson BS, Nichols JJ, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 75RIV Pages: 20Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci ( Suppl)Title of Entry: Fundamental component differences in topography between keratoconic and normal corneas.RIV Author(s): Raasch TW, McMahon TT, Szczotka LB, Friedman NE, Anderson RJ, Davis LJ, the CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1998Volume: 39RIV Pages: S635Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Test-retest reliability of grading the presence of Vogt's striae and Fleischer's ring by photography.RIV Author(s): Davis LJ, Barr JT, Pierce GE, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 39RIV Pages: S67Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Quality of life in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Walline JJ, Gordon MO, Edrington TB, Barr JT, Zadnik K , the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 39RIV Pages: S668Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci ( Suupl)Title of Entry: Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study: Rigid contact lens fitting relationship.RIV Author(s): Edrington TB,Szczotka LB, Burger DS, Chun MW, Janoff AM, Olafsson HE, Wilson BS, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 39RIV Pages: S343Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Correlates of corneal scarring in the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) StudyRIV Author(s): Barr JT, Zadnik K, Gordon MO, Edrinton TB, McMahon TT, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 75RIV Pages: 20Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study: baseline demographics and clinical characteristics.RIV Author(s): Barr JT, Edrington TB, Zadnik K, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1998Volume: 39RIV Pages: S67Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study : quality of life.RIV Author(s): Gordon MO, Achtenberg J, Schornack JA, Pensyl CD, Barnhart LA, McMahon TT, Roediger TA, Zadnik K, CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 74RIV Pages: 94Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Baseline patient-reported findings from the Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study Group.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K , Gordon MO, Wagner H, Sterling JL, Shin JA, Jameson M, Everett DF, CLEK Study Group.Publication date: January 1997Volume: 74RIV Pages: 148Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Repeatability of manifest refraction and contact lens over-refraction and contact lens over-refraction in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Davis LJ, Schechtman K, Shin JA, Begley CG, Gordon MO, Zadnik K, CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 74RIV Pages: 147Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Videokeratographic data quality and disease severity in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Szczotka LB, Friedman NE, Davis LJ, McMahon TT, and the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 38RIV Pages: S1090Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Baseline test-retest findings of corneal scarring in the CLEK StudyRIV Author(s): Barr JT, Pierce GE, Edrington TB, Zadnik K, Gordon MO, the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 38RIV Pages: S132Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Visual Acuity repeatability in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K, Gordon MO, Schechtman K, Davis LJ, McMahon TT, Schornack JA, and the CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 38RIV Pages: S845Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Quantitative features of corneal topography in keratoconus.RIV Author(s): Raasch TW, Szczotka LB, McMahon TT, Friedman NE, Davis LJ, CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 74RIV Pages: 148Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis Sci ( Suppl)Title of Entry: Repeatability of two corneal curvature assessments in keratoconus; keratometry and the first definite apical clearance lens.RIV Author(s): Edrington TB, Szczotka LB, Begley CG, Burger DS, WIlson BS, Zadnik K, Gordon MO, CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 74RIV Pages: 149Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Controlled Clinical TrialTitle of Entry: Late visit reports to ensure patient retention.RIV Author(s): Zadnik K, Barr J, Edrington T, Gordon M, CLEK Study GroupPublication date: January 1997Volume: 18RIV Pages: 102SReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthal Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Precision of visual acuity measurement in low vision.RIV Author(s): Raasch TW, Flom REPublication date: January 1995Volume: 36RIV Pages: 531Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis SciTitle of Entry: Leber's idiopathic stellate neuroretinitis.RIV Author(s): Skarote MA, Flom REPublication date: January 1995Volume: 72(12s)RIV Pages: 58Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthal Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Role of refraction in low vision clinic population.RIV Author(s): Raasch TW, Flom REPublication date: January 1995Volume: 36RIV Pages: 531Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthal Vis Sci (Suppl)Title of Entry: Precision of visual acuity measurement in low vision.RIV Author(s): Raasch TW, Flom REPublication date: January 1994Volume: 35RIV Pages: 1413Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vis SCiTitle of Entry: A test of Kesetenbaum's rule for prescribing low vision reading devices.RIV Author(s): Flom RE, Raasch TW, Braudway SM, Rubin GS, Massof RWPublication date: January 1993Volume: 70(12s)RIV Pages: 128Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vision SciTitle of Entry: Assessing the role of macular scars in a child's poor reading performance.RIV Author(s): Flom R, Rubin GPublication date: January 1992Volume: 69(12s)RIV Pages: 170Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Visual SciTitle of Entry: Reading performances as a function of letter size in low vision patients.RIV Author(s): Raasch T, Rubin G, Flom RPublication date: January 1991Volume: 32(4)RIV Pages: 816Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: The Diabetes EducatorTitle of Entry: Vision in limbo: the special rehabilitation needs of the person who is visually impaired.RIV Author(s): Flom R.Publication date: January 1991Volume: 17(4)RIV Pages: 313Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optom Vision SciTitle of Entry: A clinical test of reading performance in the visually impaired.RIV Author(s): Flom R, Raasch TW, Rubin GPublication date: January 1989Volume: 66(1)RIV Pages: 119Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Am J Optom Physiol OptTitle of Entry: Corneal endothelial function testing in Fuch's Dystrophy.RIV Author(s): Polse KA, Mandell RB, Bonanno J, Vastine D, Demartini D, Brand RJ, Flom R.Publication date: January 1986Volume: 63(10)RIV Pages: 134Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Am J Optom Physiol OptTitle of Entry: The effect of contact lens cosmetic tint on normal visual function.RIV Author(s): Flom R, Goldman M, Adams APublication date: January 1985Volume: 62(10)RIV Pages: 114Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Am J Optom Physiol OptTitle of Entry: Attitudes toward hiring male and female optometry graduates.RIV Author(s): Flom R, Haegerstrom-Portnoy GPublication date: January 1985Volume: 62(10)RIV Pages: 111Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: American Optometric AssociationTitle of Entry: Driving Exposure-Adjusted Motor Vehicle Collision Rates in Bioptic Drivers with Central Vision ImpairmentAuthor(s): Segerstrom EE, Powers AM, Flom RE, Raasch TW, Dougherty BEPublication Status: PublishedType of Work: PosterURL: http://www.optometrysmeeting.org/Reviewed Item?: trueDescription of Effort: Participated in thesis committee for this study. Reviewed abstract and poster.Percent Authorship: 5Record created at source...

Chapters

  • Chapter Title: Chapter II: Components of functional vision.Book Title: Functional Vision: A Practitioner's Guide to Evaluation and Intervention.RIV Chapter Authors: Roanne Elaine FlomRIV Editors: Lueck, APublication Status: PublishedPublication date: January 2004Publisher: American Foundation fot the Blind, New YorkReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100