Sunday September 26, 2021 7 pm – 9 pm (ET)

Modern Day Diabetes 

Jeffry Gerson, O.D.

Description: This course will discuss diabetes not only from the ophthalmic perspective, but also the systemic. The importance of systemic diabetes will be discussed and how it relates to the optometrist.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 70761-PS

Sunday October 3, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Periocular Malignancies 

Andy Gurwood, O.D. & Marc Myers, O.D.

Description: This presentation explores the diagnosis, management and prevention of skin cancer. The importance of gross observation and slit lamp biomicroscopy of the adnexa cannot be undervalued as a means of detecting, diagnosing and managing malignancies. Treatment modalities including surgical and non-surgical options are discussed.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 67731-SD

Tuesday October 5, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Retina: Refer or Relax 

Steve Ferrucci, O.D.

Description: This course discusses cases encountered in the primary care ODs office, and asks if this is something that we can monitor ourselves relax or refer to a retinal specialist for further treatment. Cases Include lattice, retinal holes, choroidal nevi and more. Clinical pearls regarding follow up and appropriate referral criteria is presented.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 70069-PS

Sunday October 10, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Neural Pearls 

Joe Sowka, O.D.

Description: This course details in a case-based format the symptoms and clinical findings in patients with numerous clinical neuro-ophthalmic entities including Horner syndrome, pupil abnormalities, pituitary apoplexy, and giant cell arteritis. This course identifies the true neuro-ophthalmic urgencies and emergencies and provides numerous clinical pearls that practitioners can use to navigate through patients with neuro-ophthalmic disorders.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 74099-NO

Tuesday October 12, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Out with the Hackneyed and in with the Neveau-eyed Looking at New Eye care Treatment and Diagnosis

Marc Bloomenstein, OD

Description: This course will give an overview of some of the hottest treatment options for some of the oldest problems that plague our profession. This course will draw a contrast from some antiquated optometric therapies and diagnosis to that of the modern approach specifically looking at what the future holds.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 71211-GO

Sunday October 17, 2021 11am – 1pm (ET)

A Roadmap for Making the Diagnosis in Glaucoma 

Michael Chaglasian, O.D.

Description: Deciding when and how to treat a glaucoma suspect or someone with ocular hypertension can be challenging. Multiple data points must be analyzed including patient history, family history and multiple key risk factors such as IOP and central corneal thickness. Of course, optic disc examination, OCT imaging and visual field testing also play a key role. Understanding the structure function relationship and identifying key signs will direct what target IOP should be set.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 72926-GL

Tuesday October 19, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Retinal Vascular Occlusive Disease

Julie Rodman, O.D.

Description: This course will provide a general review of retinal vascular occlusive disease including the clinical manifestation. An understanding of who may be at risk for this disorder will be discussed. The lecture highlights the method for making the proper diagnosis, the management and follow-up schedule of RVO and RAO. Appropriate treatment and preferred practice guidelines will be presented.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 71212-PS

Sunday October 24, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Glaucoma New Pharmaceuticals, Challenges, and Controversies Discussion Between an Optometrist and Pharmacist

Greg Caldwell, OD/ Tracy Offerdahl, PharmD

Description: The course will discuss recently FDA approved glaucoma therapies and review oral glaucoma pharmaceuticals with systemic impact. The course will vet the generic versus branded medication variances. This course will examine coupon cards, Good Rx, prior authorization, local pharmacy versus mail in, and the generic push. This forum will provide numerous tips and pearls of wisdom for the treatment of glaucoma.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 71738-GL

Tuesday October 26, 2021 7pm – 9pm (ET)

Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease in the Optometric Practice

Carlo Pelino, OD

Description: The primary eye care provider plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that can result in significant vision loss or even loss of life. Neuro-ophthalmic diseases frequently fit into these categories. The primary eye care provider plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that can result in significant vision loss or even loss of life. Topics in this lecture include demyelinating, ischemic, compressive, inflammatory and infectious optic neuropathies and visual pathway defects.

Live 2 Hours Credit Available:

  • COPE: 74233-NO

Recorded Webinars

Weren’t able to join one of our live webinars? Click on one of the categories below to watch our webinar recordings or visit our YouTube channel to see more. CE credit is only available for live webinars.

Glaucoma       |      Neuro Ophthalmic       |      General

Neuro Ophthalmic

Conversations in Optic Nerve and Retinal Vascular Disease – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate
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Neuro Ophthalmic Disease; Rules, Exceptions to the Rules – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate
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Doctor, I See Double: Managing Cranial Nerve Palsies – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate
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Red, Yellow, and Blue Disease – What is Real Disease and What is Physiologically Normal – ​​​​​​​Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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Glaucoma 

Glaucoma Grand Round – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate & Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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Challenging and Controversial Topics in Glaucoma – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate & Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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General

10 Ways to Jump-Start Your Glaucoma Practice – Mike Cymbor, OD, FAAO
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Opioid Choices and Issues for the Patient and Practitioner – Tracy Offerdahl, PharmD, RPh, FAAO & Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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Human Trafficking – Sarah Beaumont, MD
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Bringing Love Back to the Visual Field – Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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Thyroid Dysfunction, Rheumatology, and the Eye – Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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Clinical Grand Rounds – Perspectives from an Optometrist and an Internist – Joseph Sowka, OD, FAAO, Diplomate & ​​​​​​​Robert Hasty, DO, FACOI, FACP
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AMD A-to-OCT-to-RI-to-Z – What You Need to Know in Patient Care – Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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A Commonsense Approach to Medical Billing and Coding – Dr. Steve Eiss
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OCT – OCT and OCT Angiography in Retinal Disease –Greg Caldwell, OD, FAAO
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