Description:

With optometry taking on a more comprehensive role in the eye care arena, it is important that the clinician be available to see emergency patients after hours and on weekends.  This course is designed to explore optometry's role in the on-call world, sharing cases and clinical experiences while working in a primary, secondary, and tertiary care environment.  Diagnostic and therapeutic pearls will be shared during the case discussions.

Course Code:

AOA380-TD

Speaker(s):

Norman Melton, O.D.

meltonepec@aol.com

Patrick Vollmer, O.D.

patrickvollmer23@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/14/2026

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