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July 13, 2022

Summer CE

The Breakers on the Ocean - Spring Lake, NJ

Coursework  |  Speakers  |  Venue  |  Exhibitors

 

Join your optometric colleagues for CE by the sea shore! This single day event offers the following courses:

→ Covid-19 and the Eye
Joy Harewood, OD - 1 hr NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # 74079-SD
This course will discuss COVID-19 and its effect on optometric practice, as well as the ocular manifestations of the disease. It will outline research into the effect of home-based lockdowns on ocular health.

→ Updates in the Treatment & Management of Diabetic Retinopathy -- What Every Optometrist Should Know
Joy Harewood, OD - 1 hr. NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # PENDING
This course will provide up-to-date information on diabetic retinopathy (DR). Emphasis will be on the ODs role in Diabetes by incorporating the latest in diagnostic modalities and therapeutic advances for vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy VTDR, proliferative DR and diabetic macular edema DME.

→ Amblyopia Evidence-Based Management for the Primary Care OD
Marilyn Vricella, OD - 1 hr NJSBO Regular Credit/COPE # PENDING
This lecture reviews the evidence and discusses recent theories on amblyopia and the various treatment options available. Treatment options in children, the studies in clinical trials that support these treatment options, and how they can be implemented in patient care will be discussed. Each treatment option indications, advantages, and potential complications will be reviewed. Future therapeutic modalities that are on the horizon will also be discussed.

→ Potpourri of Infant & Preschool Ocular Presentations
Marilyn Vricella, OD - 2 hrs. NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # PENDING
This course will discuss the diagnosis and treatment of the most common infant and preschool ocular conditions we face in primary care optometry.

→ Contemporary Keratoconus
Steven Sorkin, OD - 2 hrs NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # 77314-TD
This course provides a review of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment options, and advancements in keratoconus.


Meet the Summer CE Speakers

Joy Harewood, OD is a graduate of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She has extensive experience in hospital-based eye care and for six years was the first full time optometrist performing inpatient consults at Northwell Health’s Staten Island University Hospital campus. She was named the inaugural Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at SUNY College of Optometry in 2020, along with being appointed as an Associate Clinical Professor.\

Steven Sorkin, OD  earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY Optometry. He lectures extensively throughout the country and internationally on contact lenses, dry eyes, ocular allergies, ocular therapeutics, and corneal disease. He has a special interest in difficult to fit contact lens patients, such as those with keratoconus and post surgical cases and manages many patients with complex anterior segment conditions.

Marilyn Vricella, OD is a graduate of SUNY College of Optometry where she is currently an associate clinical professor in the Pediatrics and Infant Vision Department of the University Eye Center and the Pediatric Residency Director. Dr. Vricella has lectured both nationally and internationally and has numerous professional publications. She has been in private practice for over ten years and was recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s Best Eye Doctors 2021.


About the venue: The Breakers on the Ocean

Spring Lake, NJ's only ocean front hotel is the spot for Summer CE! Enjoy a view of the ocean from the wrap-around porch during breaks and lunch or make a night of it by booking a room.

The Breakers offers a spacious rooms for CE, lunch, and an exhibit hall featuring the NJSOP's Diamond Level partners.

The Breakers on The Ocean
1507 Ocean Avenue
Spring Lake, NJ 07762
Directions | Reservations number: 732-449-7700


Exhibitors: Thank you to our Diamond Level Partners for their support of Summer CE!

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2022-07-13 2022-07-13 America/Detroit Summer CE Coursework  |  Speakers  |  Venue  |  Exhibitors   Join your optometric colleagues for CE by the sea shore! This single day event offers the following courses: → Covid-19 and the EyeJoy Harewood, OD - 1 hr NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # 74079-SDThis course will discuss COVID-19 and its effect on optometric practice, as well as the ocular manifestations of the disease. It will outline research into the effect of home-based lockdowns on ocular health. → Updates in the Treatment & Management of Diabetic Retinopathy -- What Every Optometrist Should KnowJoy Harewood, OD - 1 hr. NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # PENDINGThis course will provide up-to-date information on diabetic retinopathy (DR). Emphasis will be on the ODs role in Diabetes by incorporating the latest in diagnostic modalities and therapeutic advances for vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy VTDR, proliferative DR and diabetic macular edema DME. → Amblyopia Evidence-Based Management for the Primary Care ODMarilyn Vricella, OD - 1 hr NJSBO Regular Credit/COPE # PENDINGThis lecture reviews the evidence and discusses recent theories on amblyopia and the various treatment options available. Treatment options in children, the studies in clinical trials that support these treatment options, and how they can be implemented in patient care will be discussed. Each treatment option indications, advantages, and potential complications will be reviewed. Future therapeutic modalities that are on the horizon will also be discussed. → Potpourri of Infant & Preschool Ocular PresentationsMarilyn Vricella, OD - 2 hrs. NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # PENDINGThis course will discuss the diagnosis and treatment of the most common infant and preschool ocular conditions we face in primary care optometry. → Contemporary KeratoconusSteven Sorkin, OD - 2 hrs NJSBO TPA Credit/COPE # 77314-TDThis course provides a review of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment options, and advancements in keratoconus. Meet the Summer CE Speakers Joy Harewood, OD is a graduate of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She has extensive experience in hospital-based eye care and for six years was the first full time optometrist performing inpatient consults at Northwell Health’s Staten Island University Hospital campus. She was named the inaugural Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at SUNY College of Optometry in 2020, along with being appointed as an Associate Clinical Professor.\ Steven Sorkin, OD  earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY Optometry. He lectures extensively throughout the country and internationally on contact lenses, dry eyes, ocular allergies, ocular therapeutics, and corneal disease. He has a special interest in difficult to fit contact lens patients, such as those with keratoconus and post surgical cases and manages many patients with complex anterior segment conditions. Marilyn Vricella, OD is a graduate of SUNY College of Optometry where she is currently an associate clinical professor in the Pediatrics and Infant Vision Department of the University Eye Center and the Pediatric Residency Director. Dr. Vricella has lectured both nationally and internationally and has numerous professional publications. She has been in private practice for over ten years and was recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s Best Eye Doctors 2021. About the venue: The Breakers on the Ocean Spring Lake, NJ's only ocean front hotel is the spot for Summer CE! Enjoy a view of the ocean from the wrap-around porch during breaks and lunch or make a night of it by booking a room. The Breakers offers a spacious rooms for CE, lunch, and an exhibit hall featuring the NJSOP's Diamond Level partners. The Breakers on The Ocean1507 Ocean AvenueSpring Lake, NJ 07762Directions | Reservations number: 732-449-7700 Exhibitors: Thank you to our Diamond Level Partners for their support of Summer CE!   The Breakers on the Ocean - Spring Lake, NJ