CEwire Encore: The Best of CEwire 2017 & 2018
Available on demand: through May 1, 2018
50 COPE-approved Credits
Registration: Just $179 for all 50 credit hours!
Join us for the largest online CE event in optometry and see why over 7,000 ODs have chosen to participate in CEwire events!
Earn up to 50 COPE-approved CE credits from leading eye care experts with all-new lectures, without leaving home.
Watch ON-DEMAND at your own pace and on your own schedule through May 1st, 2018.
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John Nolan, PhD
In this course, you will learn about the macular carotenoids, how they are sourced, how they are optimized in the eye, how they are optimized in the brain, and what this means for visual function, visual health and cognitive function. This information will play an important role in eye care when helping patients enhance the health and quality of their vision.
Richard S Witlin MD, FACS
Premium IOLs represent an exciting option for visual rehabilitation following cataract surgery. It is critical for the co-managing doctor to understand the issues associated with this technology. Areas to be covered will include: proper patient selection, pros and cons of each currently available advanced-technology will be discussed, special considerations (such as post-refractive patients) will be presented, and management of post-operative complaints and issues to be discussed.
Crystal M. Brimer, OD
Every day patients with ocular surface issues enter our exam room, with and without symptoms. Learn how to implement easy, yet compelling, screening techniques that create an opportunity to practice preventative care instead of reactive care. Discover diagnostic tips and tools to scientifically pinpoint the underlying etiology of your patient’s dry eye symptoms and prepare you to couple them with proven, diagnostic based treatments for predictable results. Without a formula, the success of ocular surface treatments can be hit or miss, but utilizing such a systemic approach creates outcome predictability and clinical confidence.
Laura Periman, MD
Review the latest concepts and organizational constructs to enhance your understanding of CDED. Easy summaries and fun analogies will be used to condense the best recent literature into a ready-to-use form.
Kerry Gelb, OD
Jeffrey Gold DO,FACC
To review commonly ordered labs; interpretation of results; evaluation of case histories as it applies to lab values and clinical conditions seen in an optometric office.
Clark Y. Chang, OD, MSA, MSc, FAAO
Keratoconus (KCN) carries devastating visual consequences. Therefore, it is imperative for optometrists to assist patients in navigating through new treatment recommendations to maximize clinical outcome. This course will discuss the most current KCN management paradigm including disease stabilization and other adjunctive treatment technologies.
Dr. Graham Lakkis
With increased scanning speed and improved accuracy of retinal localisation, it is now possible to image the blood flow in retinal vessels via OCT scanning. This lecture will discuss how OCT angiography works, its clinical applications, potential diagnostic benefits and current limitations. Case reports will be presented showing the utility of OCT angiography in optometric practice.
Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD
This Course will discuss the recent FDA approval of riboflavin UV crosslinking and the use of topographic ablations to improve ectatic corneas
Scot Morris, O.D.
This course will explore alternative treatments to many of the common ocular diseases including environmental changes, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical alternatives as well as surgical and other non-conventional approaches to disease management.