Continuing Education Upcoming Events

Note: As recommended by the CDC, it is important to practice “social distancing” during the emergency outbreak of COVID-19. Please check back regularly for updates.



March 30 - April 1, 2023: National Academies of Practice (NAP) Annual Meeting & Forum
Capital Hilton
Washington, DC

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April 12-15, 2023: Pennsylvania Speech Language Hearing Association (PSHA) Convention
Valley Forge Casino Resort
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

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April 14, 2023: Grand Rounds at The Eye Institute
​7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Delivered via Blackboard Collaborate as a Synchronous Live-Streamed Event

Topics and Speakers:
  • "How to Cope with a Small Trope" with Dr. Jeffrey Baker
  • "The Driving foRCE: The Reasons, Causes, and Effects of Recurrent Corneal Erosion" with Dr. Pratik Shah
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April 19-21, 2023: Penn-Del AER Conference
Best Western Premier Central Hotel and Conference Center
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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April 19-22, 2023: American Academy of Audiology (AAA) 2023
Seattle Convention Center
Seattle, Washington

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April 20-23, 2023: American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference & Expo
Kansas City Convention Center
Kansas City, Missouri

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May 8, 10, 12, 2023: Residents Days
Monday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 10
8:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Synchronous, virtual continuing education program delivered via Blackboard Collaborate

The Eighth Annual PCO/Salus Residents Days program will behosted by Dr. Shital Mani, Director of the Off-Campus Residency Programs and Dr. Chad Killen, Director of the On-Campus Residency Programs. The lecture topics include glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmic conditions, anterior segment, posterior segment, low vision, contact lens, peri-operative care, pediatrics, vision therapy, traumatic brain injury, and visual sciences.

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Friday, May 12
8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Synchronous, in-person continuing education lectures, reception and The Bernard Blaustein Resident of the Year Award

We recognize the following residents who will present their topics May 12 on campus:
  • "Neuro Ophthalmic Disease" - Dr. Maureen Iredell, Dr. Kiera Jeschke, Dr. Ryan Keenan, Dr. Benjamin Zwolan
  • "The Dilemma of the Detached DMEK" - Dr. Denise Diaz Aguayo, Dr. Samuel Kim, Dr. Pratik Shah, Dr. Cody Sherrin
  • "Low Vision/Pediatrics/Primary Care: Ocular Disease" - Dr. Jeffrey Baker, Dr. Andrew Kageyama, Dr. Taral Patel, Dr. Allison Raff
  • "Glaucoma Rapid Fire: Don't Let the Pressure Get to You" - Dr. Kaelyn Adams, Dr. Brian Helmetag, Dr. Alisha Musau, Dr. Nicholas Puzzella
May 20-24, 2023: AAPA 2023
Music City Center
Nashville, Tennessee

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June 4, 2023: Glaucoma Symposium
This course will be delivered via Blackboard Collaborate as a Synchronous Live-Streamed Event
8:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m.

  • Get to Know Your MIGS with Dr. G. Richard Bennett and Dr. Andrew Meagher
  • MD/OD Surgical Co-Management of Glaucoma with Dr. Elizabeth Dale and Dr. Andrew Meagher
  • First Line Therapy Update in Glaucoma Management with Dr. Alissa Coyne
  • Glaucoma Cross-Examination with Dr. Erin Draper, Dr. Kiera Jeschke, Dr. Ryan Keenan, Dr. Ashley Maglione, and Dr. Kelly Malloy
This program is pending COPE accreditation for 6 Interactive Distance Learning credits.

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June 21-24, 2023: Optometry’s Meeting
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington, D.C.

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June 27-28, 2023: Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania Annual Conference
Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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October 1, 2023: Optometric Education
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October 21-22, 2023: Ophthalmic Laser Procedures for the Anterior Segment
The Ophthalmic Laser Procedures Course will be delivered in a hybrid manner utilizing asynchronous virtual lectures and a hands-on workshop. Hands-on sessions will be offered the morning of Saturday, October 21 and/or Sunday, October 22 on the campus of Salus University. There will be a complimentary, non-COPE approved pre-workshop Gonioscopy refresher for those interested.

Anterior segment laser surgical evaluation including pre-operative candidate selection, pre-surgical testing, and patient counseling and preparation are explained. Additional topics include:
  • Basic laser physics and tissue interactions
  • Laser safety and hazards
  • Indications and contraindications for specific anterior segment laser procedures

Laser procedure protocols and implementing anterior segment laser procedures in the optometric practice are also discussed. Additionally, postoperative care and management of complications are reviewed.

This course is COPE approved for 16 Continuing Education credits. Participants will additionally receive a certificate and microcredential upon completion.

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November 19, 2023: Excellence in Education
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May 3-6, 2024: CE in the South
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