AOA Code Course Description Primary Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Additional Speaker Credits Course Type AOA Expiration Virtual Option
AOA122-PD PD-A.I. Without the Terminator Rebecca Wartman, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 1 OD/PARA 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA112-PD PD-Comprehensive Review of Imaging Technologies for Posterior Segment Disease Mohammad Rafieetary, O.D. Roya Attar, O.D. N/A N/A 1 OD/PARA 3/30/2024 Yes
AOA111-PD PD-Genetic Testing for Inherited Retinal Dystrophies: Step-by-Step Workshop from Diagnosis to Gene Therapy Rachelle Lin, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 2 OD 3/30/2024 No
AOA231-PD PD-Interesting Cases from a Small Town Doctor and How We Coded Them Kurt Steele, O.D. N/A N/A N/A 2 OD 3/3/2025 No
AOA349-PD PD-TechX Cornea: Utilizing Technologies to Aid in Diagnosis Mitch Ibach, O.D. Roberto Saenz, O.D. N/A N/A 2 OD 7/15/2023 Yes
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