Registration open for LIVE CE meetings
South Carolina accepts these as online credits
ARBO accepts them as live credits
Program starts at 9am EST
Excellence in Keratoconus (2hr)
Pharmacology for Optometrists (2hr)
Diagnosing Glaucoma (2hr)
Managing Glaucoma (2hr)
Register by May 7 and pay $80 for 8 CE hours
Register by May 7 and pay $50 for 4 CE hours
Each course is 2.0 COPE hours. These hours count as distance learning (not live).
Each features an update on the topic followed by 20 multiple choice questions which must be answered
Once you pass the test with 70% or greater, a CE certificate will be mailed to you by Univ Alabama-Birmingham optometry school
You have 4 options on how to take these courses
1. One course at a time (2hrs each). The cost to do this is $50
2. Four 2hr courses (Total of 8 CE hours). This costs $99
3. Eight 2hr courses (Total of 16 CE hours). This costs $160
4. Twelve 2hr courses (Total of 24 CE hours). This costs $220
To take a course, please download the registration form below
Many states have changed their CE requirements to allow for distance based learning in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. All courses are COPE approved but it is ultimately your responsibility to check with your state board as to the amount of allowable hours and acceptable categories in your particular state.
This course will provide the optometrist with an overview of diabetes mellitus.
This course will provide a comprehensive review and update on keratoconus including a discussion of corneal cross linking.
This course will discuss the various risk factors for the development of glaucoma and the concept of risk assessment in deciding on management of patients suspected of having glaucoma
This course will discuss risk factors for dry eyes, its diagnosis and management. It will include a detailed discussion of the dry eye protocol and the role of punctal plugs in management.
This course will discuss the fundamentals of lasers followed by a detailed discussion of both ALT and SLT and their use in glaucoma.
Presbyopia is one of the most common refractive errors optometrists see. This course will discuss CL options for astigmatic presbyopic patients.
This course will discuss the various therapeutic medical options to manage patients diagnosed with glaucoma.
This course will provide clinical pearls for examining the young patient
This course will discuss the pathology, diagnosis, and management of 6th Nerve Palsies
A comprehensive review and update on soft contact lens options for astigmatic patients
This course will provide a review and update on ocular allergies, dry eyes, bacterial conjunctivitis and the management of inflammation in these conditions
This course will provide the optometrist with a comprehensive update on diagnosing and managing the patient with dry eye disease
This course will provide a comprehensive update on what's new in contact lenses in 2021
This course will discuss managing patients with glaucoma after the initial therapy with an emphasis on SLT
This course will discuss the essentials of cataract surgery for today's optometrist including a discussion on the pre-operative and post-operative care
This course will discuss the pathology of ocular allergies and management strategies..
The agendas and prices for all events are subject to change due to COVID. All courses are submitted to ARBO for COPE approval. It is your responsibility to see if your state accepts these courses for license renewal.
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