Berkeley Practicum

Save the Date:
26th Annual Berkeley Practicum
January 17-19, 2015
See below for past program information.

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25th Annual Berkeley Practicum
January 18–20, 2014

CE Credit: 20 hours TPA (full program) including 4 hours GLAUC-CE

Location: DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton, Berkeley Marina. See DoubleTree Hotel.

Brochure: Berkeley Practicum Brochure

Registration:

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Schedule



Saturday January 18, 2014 (TPA Hours: 8 including 2 GLAUC-CE) - SOLD OUT
7:15-8:15 Sign-in and Continental Breakfast
8:15-12:00 Monday Morning Quarterback: Anterior Segment Triage and Treatments
Chirag Patel, MD — Anterior Segment Specialist, San Leandro, California
  Keynote Speaker - The Karen Walker-Brandreth Lecture
Ocular Surface Diseases and Corneal Discomfort/Pain
Todd Margolis, MD, PhD — Professor of Ophthalmology, & Chair, Corneal Research, University of California, San Francisco; Director of Proctor Foundation
12:00-12:50 Lunch
12:50-4:45 Optic Nerve: Itis, Opathy, and Edema
Denise Goodwin, OD — Faculty, Pacific University College of Optometry; Private Practice, Oregon
  Glaucoma Treatments: From Medications to "Reefer Madness"
Robert Prouty, OD — Glaucoma & Anterior Segment Specialist, Omni Eye, Denver, Colorado
4:45 Sign-out at end of program

 

Sunday January 19, 2014 (TPA Hours: 8 including 2 GLAUC-CE) - SOLD OUT
7:15-8:15 Sign-in and Continental Breakfast
8:15-12:00 Lumps, Bumps and Lid Lesions: Know When to Hold and to Fold
Robert Prouty, OD — Glaucoma & Anterior Segment Specialist, Omni Eye, Denver, Colorado
  Adventures in Posterior Segment Grand Rounds
Leo Semes, OD — Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry; Founding Fellow of Optometric Retina & Glaucoma Societies
12:00-12:50 Lunch
12:50-4:45 New Views of Glaucoma Therapy
Harry Quigley, MD — Director of Glaucoma Center, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital
  Strokes and Ocular Manifestations in Your Patients: Prevention & Management
Edward Chu, OD — Optometrist, VA Medical Center, Salisbury, North Carolina
4:45 Sign-out at end of program

 

Monday January 20, 2014 (TPA Hours: 4)
7:30-8:15 Sign-in and Continental Breakfast
8:15-12:00 BERKELEY ANTERIOR OCULAR DISEASE DAY
Mika Moy, OD — Faculty & Director of On-Campus Residency Program, Tang Eye Center, University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry
Christina Wilmer, OD — Faculty, Chief of Tang Eye Center, Director of Affiliated Residency Program, University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry

How to Treat Anterior Ocular Infections: Updates and Practical Pearls
“Name That Disease”: Cases and Treatments for Anterior Ocular Infections
12:00 Sign-out at end of program

 

Spotlight on the Karen Walker-Brandreth Keynote Lecturer

Todd Margolis
Todd Margolis, MD, PhD

Todd Margolis, MD, PhD, Professor of Ophthalmology at UCSF and Director of the Francis I. Proctor Foundation for research in ophthalmology at UCSF Medical Center, will give the 12th Annual Karen Walker-Brandreth Lecture.

His lecture, “Ocular Surface Diseases and Corneal Discomfort/Pain,” will provide valuable information and insight on the diagnosis and treatment of ocular surface disease and dry eye.




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