AOA Code Course Description Primary Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Credits Course Type AOA Expiration Virtual Option
AOA323-AS AS-A Glimpse into the Future: Whats Here and Whats on the Horizon in Ophthalmic Surgery Mitch Ibach, O.D. Michael Greenwood, M.D. N/A N/A 1 OD 4/14/2024
AOA109-AS AS-Clinical Review of Ocular Trauma: Diagnosis and Management Roya Attar, O.D. Mohammad Rafieetary, O.D. N/A N/A 2 OD/PARA 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA113-AS AS-Corneal Manifestations of Systemic Disease Joseph Shovlin, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 1 OD 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA168-AS AS-Corneal Ulcers Z to A (Zoster to Acanthamoeba) Mitch Ibach, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 1 OD 8/27/2024 Yes
AOA107-AS AS-Cosmetics and the Ocular Surface Jasmine Yumori, O.D Kimberly Walker, O.D. N/A N/A 1 OD 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA336-AS AS-IPL, DED, MGD, and other fun Acronyms Selina McGee, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 2 OD 3/18/2024 Yes
AOA350-AS AS-The Diagnosis and Management of Corneal Dystrophies Susan Gromacki, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 1 OD 7/28/2023 Yes
AOA352-AS AS-The Oculoplastic Optometrist Selina McGee, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 2 OD 10/6/2023 Yes
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