Breakfast & Learn
The Breakfast & Learn series offers an assortment of CE topics including "Basic Science for the Clinician", which is a program offered twice per year. The goal of "Basic Science for the Clinician" is to improve the practicing optometrist’s understanding of the basic science principles underlying ocular conditions in an effort to prepare for the use of novel and emerging treatment modalities.
Each program is held at the College on a Sunday or Saturday morning and offers four hours of COPE approved & CE Broker approved continuing education credits. These programs have been developed based upon your suggestions.
Basic Science for the Clinican - A Case Based Approach to Clinical Immunology and the Eye
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Mitchell Dul OD,MS, Professor, Department of Biological and Vision Sciences
Scott Richter, OD, Associate Professor, Department of Biological and Vision Sciences
Clinical signs and symptoms aid in refining differential diagnoses, and occur as a consequence of the response of the eye and body to internal and external insult. How the body and eye responds provides clues as to the etiology, most appropriate management and the expected clinical course of the disease. Through a series of clinical cases, this course will provide examples of eye diseases wherein knowledge of clinical immunology assists in understanding the clinical presentation, diagnosis, pathogenesis, and management of various diseases of the eye and body.
Pre-Registration Fee $100.00. On-site registration fee $125.
Breakfast & Registration will open at 7:30 AM.
Lecture 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
4 Hours of COPE & CE Broker Approved CE credit.
Access to the lecture recording links.
Online Registration - Breakfast & Learn
***Upcoming Breakfast & Learn Date: Sunday, August 9, 2015**