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Morgan-Sarver Symposium 2022

Berkeley Optometry Continuing Education Morgan-Sarver Symposium promotional banner with closeup of woman's brown eye and optometric instrument. Text reads "Morgan-Sarver Symposium Earn up to 10 CE hours (including 6 TPA-GLC) April 22-24, 2022 online or in person.
The 37th annual Morgan-Sarver Symposium was held on the weekend of April 22 – 24, 2022. Earn up to 10 CE hours for this program, including 6 TPA-GLC hours.

2022 Dates

Dates: April 22 – 24, 2022
Registration for this program is now CLOSED.

2022 Speakers and Topics

Please see below for our schedule of speakers and topics for the 2022 Morgan-Sarver Symposium. (Lectures, speakers, and scheduling subject to change.)

Friday, April 22, 2022 (6:00 - 7:50 PM PT)

Kelly Malloy, OD, FAAO, Dipl.

Salus University College of Optometry

6:00 PM PT – Papilledema (1 TPA)
This course reviews the clinical presentation of papilledema and why it should be considered a medical emergency, even in subtle cases. This case-based presentation will demonstrate various etiologies of papilledema and discuss treatment of the underlying cause in both adults and children.

Loretta Szczotka-Flynn, OD, PhD

Case Western Reserve University
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

7:00 PM PT – Corneal Transplantation: New Insights from NIH Trials (1 MISC)
This course will discuss risk factors for graft success from multiple NIH trials.

Saturday, April 23, 2022 (8:00 - 11:50 AM PT)

Meng-Hua Wu, OD, FAAO

University of California, Berkeley
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science

8:00 AM PT – Getting Comfortable with OCT (1 MISC)
This course will review basic anatomy of the retina on a posterior ocular coherence tomography (OCT). Get comfortable with having it as a tool to improve your examinations.

Keynote Speaker: Andrew Iwach, MD

Glaucoma Research Foundation

9:00 AM PT – Glaucoma 2022: Challenges, Complexities, & Opportunities (2 TPA-GLC)
This course will provide a review of current glaucoma management challenges, various options to address the challenges, and opportunities to maintain long-term vision while minimally impacting on short-term quality of life.

Charlie Ngo, OD

University of California, Berkeley
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science

11:00 AM PT – HIV/AIDS – Still Here, 40 Years Later (1 TPA)
This course will provide an overview of the epidemiology, history, pathophysiology, treatment, and management of HIV/AIDS. We will review the ophthalmic manifestations related to HIV/AIDS.

Sunday, April 24, 2022 (8:00 - 11:50 AM PT)

Carl Jacobsen, OD, FAAO & M. Joan Astorino, OD, FAAO

University of California, Berkeley
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science

8:00 AM PT – Glaucoma Grand Rounds (2 TPA-GLC)
In this course, we will review interesting and challenging glaucoma cases with an emphasis on diagnostic and management tips.

Heather Jones, OD

VA San Francisco Medical Center

10:00 AM PT – A Second Look at Secondary Open Angle Glaucomas (1 TPA-GLC)
This course provides a review of the most common secondary open angle glaucomas, including recent updates on pathophysiology, natural history, and management options.

Kerri Yoshiyama, OD, FAAO

University of California, Berkeley
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science

11:00 AM PT – Glaucoma Management Considerations During the COVID-19 Pandemic (1 TPA-GLC)

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Registration Details

[margin space="25"] Registration for this program is now CLOSED.

Morgan-Sarver 2022 is now offered as only a live online webinar on Zoom. You will be able to interact with the speaker and ask questions in real-time via Zoom video conference.

This activity meets the live, interactive CE coursework requirements of the California State Board of Optometry. For COPE, this activity is considered an ‘Interactive Distance Learning’ and, depending on your state board requirements, this COPE credit type may or may not be counted as ‘Live’ credit. Attendees should verify with their state board if this type of online, interactive webinar will count towards live CE credit.

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Attendance Options: Virtual or Onsite

Morgan-Sarver 2022 is offered as either a live, in-person event at the Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry (limited seats) or a live online webinar on Zoom. Both options will be COPE approved.

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The Hybrid Program will be partially onsite and partially online. You will attend Friday's lectures online and Saturday & Sunday in-person at the Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science at the University of California, Berkeley. You will be able to interact with the speaker and ask questions in real-time (via Zoom video conference on Friday and live, in person on Saturday & Sunday).

This activity meets the live, interactive CE coursework requirements of the California State Board of Optometry. For COPE, the Friday activity is considered an 'Interactive Distance Learning' and the Saturday & Sunday activities are considered 'Live' credits. Depending on your state board requirements, the 'Interactive Distance Learning' COPE credit type may or may not be counted as 'Live' credit. Attendees should verify with their state board if this type of online, interactive webinar will count towards live CE credit.

NOTE: All onsite attendees must comply with the COVID-19 campus access requirements for the general public, which includes complying with current face-covering requirements. All requirements are in accordance with Cal/OSHA, CDPH, UCOP, CDC and city of Berkeley guidance and are subject to change. You can review the requirements at coronavirus.berkeley.edu/campus-access

Due to changing COVID-19 conditions, we will continually assess the safety of hosting this event onsite. In the case that we are unable to host you onsite due to circumstances outside of our control, all Hybrid Program attendees will receive full access to the Live Online program.
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This activity meets the live, interactive CE coursework requirements of the California State Board of Optometry. For COPE, this activity is considered an 'Interactive Distance Learning' and, depending on your state board requirements, this COPE credit type may or may not be counted as 'Live' credit. Attendees should verify with their state board if this type of online, interactive webinar will count towards live CE credit.
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Pricing

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  • Full Program: $250
  • A La Carte - Friday: $55
  • A La Carte Saturday: $110
  • A La Carte Sunday: $110

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  • Full Program: $275
  • A La Carte - Friday: $60
  • A La Carte Saturday : $120
  • A La Carte Sunday: $120

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Continuing Education Credits

Ten COPE-accredited CE hours were available for the full, 3-day program. The lectures were COPE-accredited as an “interactive distance learning” activity. All attendees should verify with their respective state board(s) if this type of activity counts towards their required CE credit.

COPE Activity ID #123726

Friday, April 22, 2022: 2 CE Hours

Saturday, April 23, 2022: 4 CE Hours

Sunday, April 24, 2022: 4 CE Hours

Sponsors

Thank you to our Morgan-Sarver Symposium 2022 sponsors.

Questions?

View our Frequently Asked Questions page for information on registration, CE credit guidelines, certification letters, cancellations, and refunds.