Maine Optometric Association (MOA) Virtual CE

Register for the complete series of 4 hours CE (both nights) for $80.00 or single session 2 hours CE for $45.00 Sponsored by the Maine Optometric Association

September 20, 2023
6:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Eastern

Fall CE Virtual Offering throught the MOA
Register for the complete series of 4 hours CE  (both nights) for $80.00 or single session 2 hours CE for $45.00.
Maine State Board Approved 4 hours of Continuing Education

Wednesday September 20th 6:00pm-8:00pm --- Featuring Dr. Jennifer Stewart

“See Faster Play Faster”  2hrs CE Jennifer Stewart, OD

Sports vision is one of the largest growing specialties in eye care. Working with Athletes of all ages is extremely rewarding, and a great opportunity for a practice to differentiate itself and generate additional revenue.

Dr. Jennifer Stewart is an optometrist, internationally recognized speaker, writer, consultant, and entrepreneur. 

She has a passion for helping optometrists and organizations with operations, sales success, practice management and sales team training through her advisory and consulting firm, OD Perspectives. She is the Professional Editor of Independent Strong, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the New England College of Optometry and a consultant for Coopervision, MacuHealth, GPN and Zyloware.  She is also the recipient of the 2022 Emerging Leader Award from the Optical Women's Association.  

With a deep interest in sports vision, Dr. Stewart is the Co-Founder and Chief Vision Officer for Performance 20/20, which provides services for sports and performance vision training. She is a recipient of the Theia Award for Innovation by Women in Optometry and serves on the Executive Board for the International Sports Vision Association

Thursday September 28 th 6:00pm-8:00pm -- Featuring Dr. Valerie Kattouf, FAAO,FCOVD

Neuro-Opthalmoloy of concussion: “The evaluation and management of vision and visual-motor abnormalities”  2hrs CE Dr. Valerie Kattouf, FAAO,FCOVD

As a primary care optometrist review the presentation of concussion and the important facts to know for well rounded care.  Determine optometric testing sequence and intervention options.  Trauma brain injury vs concussion, case studies and discussion

Dr. Valerie M. Kattouf is an Associate Professor at the Illinois College of Optometry, where she teaches in the classroom and clinic, works with residents, and conducts clinical research. She is also Chief of the Dr. Robert and Lena Lewenson Center for Pediatric and Binocular Vision at the Illinois Eye Institute in Chicago. In addition to teaching at the Illinois College of Optometry, Dr. Kattouf is a proud alum. After graduating from ICO, she completed a residency in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision at the State University of New York Optometric Center.  Now, with years of clinical experience in the areas of infant and toddler vision care, strabismus and amblyopia, and concussion and adult binocular vision disorders, Dr. Kattouf lectures nationally and internationally.

Dr. Kattouf is also a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO) and the College of Optometrists in Visual Development (FCOVD).

Sponsored by the Maine Optometric Association