Sunday Education

Course
Time
Session
Course Approval #
Handout
Credit Hours
Course   Time   /   Session   

Jun-23-2019
8:00AM - 9:00AM
Creating an Indispensable Impression
Tami Hagemeyer
Creating an Indispensable Impression

Positive first impressions dictate the atmosphere of our patient’s experience. We will discuss our ability to maximize a positive visit through phone etiquette strategies, communication in the frame room, along with applicable marketing techniques.

Jun-23-2019
8:00AM - 10:00AM
Case History Essentials
Lindsay Sicks, OD
Case History Essentials

This two-hour course will review all the essentials of taking a complete case history. All elements of the history will be reviewed with suggestions on questions to ask and situations you may encounter. After review, the participants will have the chance

Jun-23-2019
8:00AM - 2:00PM
Laser Procedures
Nathan Lighthizer, OD
Laser Procedures

Presented by Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry, this course includes the training for the technical skills required for performing anterior segment laser procedures. Topics include laser physics, laser tissue interactions, gonios

Jun-23-2019
8:00AM - 10:00AM
How Systemic Conditions Can Affect the Eye
Mile Brujic, OD
How Systemic Conditions Can Affect the Eye

As our patients age, so does the number of patients with chronic disease. It is becoming increasingly important for the eye care practitioner to understand the link between systemic disease and the eye. This course will be a detailed overview of those sys

Jun-23-2019
8:00AM - 10:00AM
Diabetes 101 for the Primary Care Optometrist
James Deom, OD
Diabetes 101 for the Primary Care Optometrist

This can be a three-course, two-hour each or three-course, three-hour each presentation, the goal of which is to spark an interest in the general optometric community to start to move toward taking care of certain systemic disease processes when appropria

Jun-23-2019
9:00AM - 10:00AM
Modifiers-The Good, The Bad and The Audited
Harvey Richman, OD
Modifiers-The Good, The Bad and The Audited

Many claims are denied or underpaid due to the misuse of modifiers. This course will unravel the confusion.

Jun-23-2019
10:00AM - 11:00AM
We Work, The Contact Lens Prescription Walks!
Tami Hagemeyer
We Work, The Contact Lens Prescription Walks!

The struggle between the online contact lens companies and eye care professionals that put their time and energy into the most precise fit and comfort for our patients has become a daily occurrence. Contact lenses do not fit perfectly by accident. It may

Jun-23-2019
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Seeing Glaucoma as More Than Just High Pressures
Mile Brujic, OD
Seeing Glaucoma as More Than Just High Pressures

Glaucoma is a sight-threatening disease that is often asymptomatic until its final stages. This course is intended to educate the eye care professional about the disease. An emphasis will be placed on describing the disease and the tests that are used for

Jun-23-2019
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Journey to the Peripheral Retina: Diagnosis and Management of Peripheral Retinal Disease--A Clinically Relevant Review
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD
Journey to the Peripheral Retina: Diagnosis and Management of Peripheral Retinal Disease--A Clinically Relevant Review

The diagnostic technology for evaluation of the posterior segment has significantly improves in the last decade. Optometrists today are much better trained and equipped to detect variety of retinal disease including those of the peripheral retina. Althoug

Jun-23-2019
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Neuroplasticity for the Stroke Survivor: "A Practical Approach for Primary Care Optometry"
Eric Ikeda, OD
Neuroplasticity for the Stroke Survivor: "A Practical Approach for Primary Care Optometry"

As the incidence of cerebrovascular accidents (strokes) increases, more primary care optometrists are seeing stroke patients at their offices. This course will present a broad view into understanding the brain’s ability to heal and introduce practical app

Jun-23-2019
7:00PM - 8:00PM
The Secondary Silent Thieves: Secondary Glaucoma's
Justin Schweitzer, OD
The Secondary Silent Thieves: Secondary Glaucoma's

Primary open angle glaucoma is the most type of glaucoma eye care physicians manage on a daily basis, but there are a variety of secondary glaucoma's that show up in our chairs on a consistent basis. This course will review a variety of secondary glaucom