Tuesday, September 14 | 7:00 PM ET
Who, Why and How Scleral Lens Fitting
Many of us have heard about scleral lenses. What are scleral lenses, and why are they becoming so popular? Who can benefit from a scleral lens and how do you fit them? This two-hour course will answer all those questions and more, as Dr.s Barnett and Gelles delve into the art and science of scleral lenses.
Speakers: Melissa Barnett, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA and John D. Gelles, OD, FIAO, FCLSA, FSLS, FBCLA.
Thursday, September 30 | 7:00 PM ET
Welcoming Patients to Presbyopia
While the average age of a progressive lens wearer is in the early to mid-50s, you've likely noticed more and more patients in their 40s complaining of presbyopic symptoms. The needs of the presbyopic patients are shifting as aging generations combined with increasing usage of digital media create a new dynamic. There is an opportunity for ECPs to have deeper conversations with their patients about presbyopia and ensure that they find the right progressive solution in the early stages of presbyopia. This is key to their visual success long term. Join us for this free ABO webinar to learn how to approach newly presbyopic patients, engage with them and help guide them with the optimal treatment and lens solutions – progressive lenses.
Tuesday, September 28 | 8:00 PM ET
Developing a Game Plan for Headaches and Concussion Protocol
In sports, the wisdom of any play call depends entirely on the situation. You probably wouldn’t call an inside run on 4th and long. In the same spirit, different patients have different needs and require different approaches and philosophies. This course will give insights about headaches and concussions from both a doctor and patient perspective.
Wednesday, September 29 | 7:30 PM ET
Join Douglas Devries, OD, Timothy Poirier, OD, and Vin Dang, OD for a live event on neurotrophic keratitis (NK). These experts will review the pathophysiologic mechanisms of NK, associated etiologies, diagnostic strategies and management of NK patients.
Dr. Birva K. Shah: A Career Switch out of the Exam Lane and Into Pharma Liaison Role
Birva K. Shah, OD, says developing a professional network is one of the most important steps an OD can take if she wants to make a career switch like hers. She's now a medical science liaison in ophthalmology at Apellis Pharmaceuticals. She explains the research and preparation she went through to find opportunities in this career option she had not even imagined when she graduated from optometry school.
The premier event for eye care and other health care professionals who provide rehabilitative services to individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury.Your registration includes access to one LIVE Clinical Skills Workshop Track, as well as additional courses being offered Live and On Demand! Interact with the speakers and other NORA2021 attendees online in real-time and in the conference's private discussion forum!
Through October 14, 2021
Establishing a Partnership in the Effective Management of Patients with Diabetis Retinal Disease
Three-part series that reviews the nature of diabetic retinal disease. The importance of collaboration between optometrists and retina specialists. The need for accurate identification, staging, monitoring, and timely referral. A treatment option available to help patients manage their disease.
Friday, September 10 | 1:00 PM ET
Hybrid Sales Kickoff: Best Practices for a Successful Event
Establishing a Partnership in the Effective Join Brainshark’s Beverlie Heyman, Director of Sales Enablement and Bob Bristol, Manager, Sales Enablement as they discuss how shifting to a hybrid kickoff event can work for enablement teams, sales leaders, and most importantly, your organization’s sellers.
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