SECO LIVE CE SATURDAY #3

Six hours of LIVE CE! | September 26, 2020 | 10:00AM - 5:00PM EDT

Aaron Bronner, OD
Aaron Bronner, OD
Robert Hasty, DO
Robert Hasty, DO
Joseph Sowka, OD
Joseph Sowka, OD
Joseph Shovlin, OD
Joseph Shovlin, OD

COPE Activity: #120122


10:00-10:30AM
Lobby Opens
Facilitator - Walt Mayo, OD


10:30AM
Announcements and Introductions
Facilitator - Walt Mayo, OD


10:30AM-11:00AM
Cequa, An Innovative Formulation Option For Dry Eye
Presented by Sun Ophthalmics

Speaker - Scott Schachter, OD


11:00AM-12:40PM
Pro-tip Potpourri in Corneal Ulcer Care
Speaker: Aaron Bronner OD
Credit Hours: (2)
COPE: 65579-PH
This two-hour course will seek to shed new light on your management of microbial keratitis. We will look at areas of controversy and emerging challenges in the arena of corneal ulcers care and analyze these problems through the prism of the optometric scope of practice with the goal of giving you a better understanding of how these eyes behave and a better chance of guiding your ulcer patients toward a good outcome.


12:40PM-1:00PM
Break


1:00PM-2:40PM
SECO Presents Clinical Aspects of COVID19 in Eye Care–Case Studies
Speakers: Robert Hasty, DO and Joseph Sowka, OD
Credit Hours: (2)

COPE: TBD

This course reviews the close association between the eye, thyroid dysfunction, and rheumatology. Clinical features, laboratory testing, clinical examination, and therapeutic options will be discussed. Topics include connective tissue disease, vasculitides, spondyloarthropathies and thyroid disease. The ocular manifestations and management of these conditions will be discussed.Join Dr. Sowka as he plays host to Dr. Robert Hasty, DO, a hospitalist working on the front lines in Orlando, Florida who has treated over 200 patients with COVID19. Gain valuable insights on treatment and containment protocols in this highly informative and interactive session.


2:40PM-3:00PM
Break


3:00PM-4:40AM
The Herpes Group
Speaker: Joseph Shovlin OD
Credit Hours: (2)
COPE: 68275-PS
Herpetic eye disease is commonly experienced in clinical practice. The two most common ophthalmic entities seen include herpes zoster ophthalmicus and herpes simplex keratitis. Clinical feature to help differentiate herpetic eye disease from non-viral conditions will be highlighted. Special attention will be given to treatment options and strategies to help avoid herpetic eye disease with vaccination. Concerns relating to viral resistance will be raised. New studies are offered to help better manage these conditions.


4:40PM-5:00PM
Closing Remarks and Q&A
Facilitator- Walt Mayo, OD


NOTE: The courses will be approved as COPE LIVE CE. You will receive the same credit as if you attended a live face-to-face CE event.

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