Implementing Cultural Competency into Clinical Practice 
COPE #78946-PB | OBO #1075
Event #124420
Culture Competency


This course will present various clinical cases and offer perspectives on how to provide equitable and inclusive patient care.


  • Introduce the primary care clinician to various approaches to providing equitable care and creating an inclusive environment for all patients.
  • Review clinical management of various patient conditions and provide Co-management pearls.
  • Facilitate the development of culturally responsive doctors of optometry
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Dr. Mari Fujimoto
Mari Fujimoto received her Doctorate of Optometry and completed her residency in Cornea and Contact Lenses at Pacific University College of Optometry. She is an Assistant Professor of Optometry at PUCO where she is involved in clinical and didactic contact lens education and research. 
Dr. Breanne B. McGhee
Dr. Breanne McGhee is a full-time clinical optometrist in New Orleans, Louisiana where she is a native. She obtained her Bachelor's in Science (B.S.) degree in Psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana. Upon graduation, she continued onto Pacific University College of Optometry where she obtained her Doctorate of Optometry (O.D.) and Masters in Education (MEd) in 2016. She also earned the prestigious top honor, the Dean's Award, for her years of service and scholarship during her optometry school years.

She completed a Family Practice Optometry residency at Bond Wroten Eye Clinic in Louisiana affiliated with the Southern College of Optometry. Later, she earned a Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO). Currently, she is pursuing a PhD in Education and Leadership at Pacific University where her research interests are the impacts of educational inequities and inequalities in minority communities.