Indiana OPTOMETRY's Winter Seminar features Jacqueline Theis, OD, Berkeley, California; Paul Karpecki, OD, Lexington, Kentucky; and Thomas Ciulla, MD, Indianapolis, Indiana. Registration materials will be available soon.
The continuing education (CE) courses presented by Indiana OPTOMETRY offer a wide range of educational opportunities for optometrists and are designed to help optometrists fulfill their requirements for license renewal. Online continuing
Course Description: This course covers injection techniques utilized by optometrists. Subcutaneous / intralesional, intramuscular, and intravenous injections are covered in detail. Proper sterile preparation techniques are discussed as
Non-Diabetic Retinal Vascular Disease Course description: This course covers the diagnosis and management of several non-diabetic retinal vascular diseases. An emphasis is placed on systemic associations as well as clinical management.
Description: This course covers the common oral medications prescribed by eye care practitioners including antibiotics, antivirals, pain medications and steroids. Emphasis is placed upon both pharmacological principals, and helping
Updated for 2017 This course qualifies for 2 hours of IOB CE Credit. Indiana OPTOMETRY has prepared this course to help practitioners to meet the requirements for license renewal. This course provides an overview of federal and Indiana
Learn about the epidemiology and principles of systemic cancer, with details about ocular malignancies, including the differential diagnosis and management. Bradley Sutton, O.D., F.A.A.O., Clinical Professor, Indiana University School of
This course covers the diagnosis and management of many different types of anterior segment trauma. The proper assessment and care of conditions such as hyphema, chemical burns, corneal abrasions, foreign bodies, orbital blow out
This course covers pharmaceuticals used in eye care, including many classes of topical ophthalmic medications and oral medications with ocular indications for use. It also covers the ocular side effects of many oral medications. Bradley