Location: Grand Salon Registration
(All times listed in PT*)
Wednesday, January 17: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Thursday, January 18: 6:30 am – 7:00 pm
Friday, January 19: 6:30 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday, January 20: 6:30 am – 4:30 pm
Agenda is subject to change.
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*All Credits are pending approval for COPE, FL Board Optometry, TX Board of Optometry.
*Note: The CEE, or Transcript Quality (TQ), courses are noted by the (CEE) tag. You can sort by this tag under Advanced Filters.
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154680
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154684
Orthokeratology has recently garnered greater attention and merits for the role of myopia management for children. Treatment outcomes, however, can sometimes be intriguing, or may derail from the way it was originally intended. This course is to illustrate and discuss five key considerations associated with orthokeratology for pediatric myopia care supported by evidence-based research and help clinicians recognize the nuances and optimize treatment success and patients’ satisfaction.
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154690
This course will discuss how aspheric optics can be used in scleral lenses in order to improve the visual quality and quantity of those with regular and irregular astigmatism.
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154694
Presenters provide insight on how to build a specialty contact lens service from ground up in a private practice versus academic medical setting. Both practice modalities present unique challenges and opportunities to grow a specialty contact lens clinic. Attendees will be presented a practical roadmap on clinical decisions and practice management and business logistics irrespective of their modality.
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154698
We can’t “un-see” what we now know about the fate of the population with respect to myopia and what we as optometrists can do about it! In this course we battle it out I will provide for you the latest research and information and show you how to apply it into practice. We will review each treatment option of myopia management, the most current data available and how that impacts our decision-making process when prescribing in office. The controversy over the use of axial length for myopia management continues. This course will review the most current data and research on axial length acquisition, validity of instruments, purpose of use, and the pros and cons to implementation. How to calculate the expected axial length for your patient and how to incorporate the data in your decision -making process.
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1154700
With the continued advancements in contact lens technology and designs, their application will undoubtedly continue to rise. However, proper lens care is critical to prevent complications and ensure optimal lens wear, as CL care practices vary between practitioners and practice modalities. This presentation will provide a comprehensive review of the standard solutions in practice and reaffirm lens care guidelines set forth by optometric organizations.
FL Board of Optometry:20-1160144
TX Board of Optometry: 20-1160144