AOA Code Course Description Primary Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Credits Course Type AOA Expiration Virtual Option
AOA327-OP OP-Don't Hesitate:  Prescribing Orals with Confidence Nathan Lighthizer, O.D. Blair Lonsberry, O.D. N/A N/A 2 OD 3/18/2024 Yes
AOA114-OP OP-How To Feed A Brain: Concussion Management Vittorio Mena, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 1 OD/PARA 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA241-OP OP-Oral Pharmaceuticals in Anterior Segment Disease Blair Lonsberry, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 2 OD 3/1/2025 Yes
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