The 33rd Annual Morgan-Sarver Symposium featuring Berkeley Glaucoma Day is a three day continuing education event that offers a total of 21 CE hours. This year’s event will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton in the Berkeley Marina.

Dates

Dates: April 27-29, 2018

Location

 DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton in the Berkeley Marina.

Registration

Registration is now closed. To join our waitlist, please email:
optoCE@berkeley.edu

Syllabus Downloads

An email was sent to all registered attendees on Friday, April 20th, with a link to the syllabus download materials. If you did not receive this email, please contact us.

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Full Program: by April 4 $660, after April 4 $690
Saturday & Sunday: by April 4 $560, after April 4 $590
Friday & Saturday: by April 4 $465, after April 4 $490
Friday & Sunday: by April 4 $465, after April 4 $490
Saturday Only: by April 4 $320, after April 4 $340
Sunday Only: by April 4 $320, after April 4 $340
Friday Only: by April 4 $175, after April 4 $185"]

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All cancellations must be made in writing, either by mail, email, or fax. We do not accept phone cancellations. To receive a full refund, your cancellation request must be received by Sunday, April 8th, at least 3 weeks before the first day of the program. Cancellations received between Monday, April 9th and Friday, April 20th (3 weeks and 7 days before the first day of the program) will receive 65% refund or 75% credit towards future Berkeley Practicum or Morgan-Sarver Symposium. No refunds will be given after Friday, April 20th (within 7 days of the first day of the program).

Medical Emergencies
Cancellations due to medical emergencies must include a note from your primary or diagnosing physician. To receive a full refund, we must receive your cancellation by Monday, April 23rd (at least 96 hours before the first day of the program). Cancellations made within 4 days of the first day of the program, or 'No Shows,' will receive an 80% refund with a physician's note.

Refund procedures
All cancellations must be made in writing, either by mail, email, or fax. We do not accept phone cancellations.

If original payment was made by credit card, your cancellation refund will be credited to your credit card account.

Credit for a future Berkeley Practicum or Morgan-Sarver Symposium
If you cancel between Monday, April 9th and Friday, April 20th (3 weeks and 7 days before the first day of a Morgan-Sarver Symposium or Berkeley Practicum), you may request a 75% credit towards a future Berkeley Practicum or Morgan-Sarver Symposium. If you would like us to apply your cancellation refund to a future program, please write, email, or fax us to let us know. We will mail you a 'letter of credit.' When sending in your registration form for a future program, write in the amount of credit you have, and submit payment for the balance.

Program Changes
If you make any changes in the dates of your attendance, you will be charged the fees that are in effect on the date you make the changes. Changes in your registration may be made by mail, email, or fax, and are contingent upon available space. All program changes must be made at least 4 days (96 hours) before the program start.

 

Accommodations

Rooms at the DoubleTree Marina Hotel are available for our conference attendees. To book, call (510) 548-7920.

CE Credits

21 CE hours are available for the full three day program, COPE Event No.115280.

Daily CE Breakdown

Friday, April 27: Berkeley Glaucoma Day (5 GLAUC-CE TPA Hours)

Saturday, April 28: Morgan-Sarver Symposium (4 TPA including 3 GLAUC-CE Hours, 4 Misc. CE Hours)

Sunday, April 29: Morgan-Sarver Symposium (4 TPA, 4 Misc. CE Hours)

*Please check back for updates for specific CE hour designations.

Keynote Speaker: David Friedman, MD, MPH, PhD

David Friedman MD

Dr. Friedman is the Alfred Sommer Professor at the Wilmer Eye Institute of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is also a professor in the departments of epidemiology and international health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is the Director of the Dana Center for Preventive Ophthalmology, a leader in global and domestic research on blindness prevention and the only World Health Organization collaborating center in the United States.

Dr. Friedman is world renowned for his contributions to the study of the mechanisms, epidemiology and prevention of angle-closure glaucoma. He is a highly valued glaucoma specialist and cataract surgeon, and as an innovative clinician, performs one of the newest glaucoma operations, the Trabectome procedure.

 

Schedule

Friday, April 28th 5 TPA GLAUC-CE HRS
1:15 - 6:00Berkeley Glaucoma Day

Carl Jacobsen, OD and Glen Ozawa, OD
University of California, Berkeley

Glaucoma Cases Part 1 and 2
(COPE No. 57338-GL)

David Friedman, MD, MPH, PhD
Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University

Key Findings From Clinical Trials in Glaucoma and How They Have Influenced My Practice (COPE No. 57080-GL)

Saturday, April 28th8 Total CE Hours (4 hrs TPA including 3 hrs GLAUC-CE, 4hrs Misc)
7:00 - 8:00 Sign-in and Continental Breakfast
8:00 - 5:00Austin Roorda, PhD
University of California, Berkeley

Advances in Adaptive Optics Retinal Imaging (COPE No. 57219-PD)

David Friedman, MD, MPH, PhD
Wilmer Eye Center, Johns Hopkins University

Applying Evidence to Everyday Glaucoma Practice; How to Do The Right Thing For Your Patients (COPE No. 57302-GL)

Robert Prouty, OD
Insight Vision Group, Denver, CO

Pot Glaucoma Updates: What We All Should Know (COPE No. 52520-GL)

Innovative Uses of OCT in Primary Care Optometry (COPE No. 57361-PD)

Andrew Sorenson, MD
University of California, Berkeley

Presbyopia and Refractive Surgery: Dealing with Space Time Distortions in the Aging Eye (COPE No. 57230-RS)

Muriel Schornack, OD
University of California, Berkeley

To The Limbus and Beyond (COPE No. 56892-CL)
Sunday, April 29th8 CE Hours (4 TPA hrs, 4 Misc Hrs)
7:00 - 8:00Sign-in and Continental Breakfast
8:00 - 5:00Bernard Dolan, OD
University of California, Berkeley

Diabetes: Office Assessment, New Developments, and Ocular Complications (COPE No. 57207-PS)

Muriel Schornack, OD
University of California, Berkeley

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (COPE No. 56893-SD)

The Value of Eye Care: Evidence-Based Optometric Practice (COPE No. 57055-PB)

Elise Harb, OD
University of California, Berkeley

Diplopia: A Practical Approach (COPE No. 57206-GO)

Harry Green, OD, PhD
University of California, Berkeley

The Misbehaving Immune System (COPE No. 57301-SD)

 

Questions?

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions!

optoCE@berkeley.edu
800-827-2163

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