Berkeley Optometry offers live, interactive online CE courses for individual purchase starting at $30 per CE hour. These high-quality interactive lectures meet the live, in-person CE requirements of the California State Board of Optometry. For live online events, attendees are able to interact with the speaker and ask questions in real-time via Zoom video conference.
Upcoming CE Events
Homecoming CE Keynote:
Contact Lens Conundrums in OSD
Dr. Melissa Barnett’s course will explore dry eye prevention, etiologies, diagnosis, clinical findings and the latest management techniques for contact lens induced dry eye. Earn 1 MISC CE hour for this lecture that’s part of the Homecoming CE Series.Melissa Barnett, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA
September 21, 2021
6 – 6:50 PM PT Register Now
Homecoming CE Series
We have an exciting set of online lectures happening in September and October 2021 as part of our new Fall Homecoming CE series. Earn up to 6 CE hours with our online Fall Homecoming lectures. Topics include 2021 grand rounds, dry eye disease, hypertensive crises, sleep disorders and ocular disease, and posterior uveitis.
September 21, 2021: Homecoming Keynote Lecture
September 28, 2021: 2021 Grand Rounds
October 5, 2021: Hypertension in Office
October 7, 2021: Sleep Disorders
October 12, 2021: Posterior Uveitis
Sheldon M. Golden Conference
Join us for the 2021 Sheldon M. Golden Conference, focused on Children’s Vision: Everything Other Than Myopia, on the weekend of October 16 – 17, 2021. Earn up to 6 CE hours for this program. Topics include management of hyperopia, monocular and binocular treatments of amblyopia, common BV problems, and differential diagnosis for children with headaches.
October 16–17, 2021
Common Uveitis Management Missteps
This course will review common uveitis management missteps and strategies to avoid them. Participants will learn optimal strategies for history-taking, review of systems, clinical evaluation, laboratory work-up, and treatment of uveitis.Sarah Lopez, OD, FAAO
November 9, 2021
6 – 6:50 PM PT
Clinical Tips For Visual Field Analysis In Glaucoma
Diagnosis of glaucoma and its progression can be a clinical challenge. Visual fields are a standard of care for screening and assessing change, but the tests often contain artifacts that can be misleading. This course will cover interpretation of test results and factors that influence clinical decisions by utilizing many case examples and pertinent literature.David Hicks, OD, FAAO
November 16, 2021
6 – 6:50 PM PT
Join us for the 33rd Annual Berkeley Practicum, a three-day virtual continuing education event on the weekend of January 15 – 17, 2022. Earn up to 12 CE hours for this program (subject to change).
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January 15–17, 2022
Participants need to install the free Zoom application in order to view our Online CE. You do not need a Zoom account, but you do have to use the Zoom app to join as a participant.Download Zoom
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We would like to offer a special thank you to the Dora and Stanley Walker Teaching Support Fund for its support of Berkeley Optometry’s Digital Learning Initiatives and Online CE.