DR. TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC

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Advanced Ocular Care

 

presented by 

     Richard Mangan, O.D., F.A.A.O*

 

 

Christmas Week 2018 Cruise

7-Day - Western Caribbean Cruise

Dec. 23 - 30, 2018
Sunday - Sunday

 

This program on “Advanced Ocular Care” offers attendees an opportunity to learn about recent innovations across all areas of medical and surgical eye care.  Courses will cover both clinical and surgical options with a special emphasis in emerging diagnostics, treatments and procedural techniques. Utilizing case presentations and advanced video formats, the attendee will benefit from some “eye opening” information.

 

Anterior segment presentations will include such topics as dry eye disease, infectious disease, chemical burn management, as well as cataract and refractive surgery co-management. Time will be spent covering the roll of the medical optometrist in cataract co-management including premium IOL selection as it relates to co-morbidities such as glaucoma and ocular surface disease. Posterior segment courses will cover neurological topics such as glaucoma, headache diagnosis and management, multiple sclerosis, idiopathic intracranial hypertension and anisocoria. Minimally invasive glaucoma surgical techniques (MIGS), including combined procedures such as ICE and CAKE, will be reviewed. Systemic disease courses will discuss the effects of sleep apnea, autoimmune disease, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease on vision. Lastly, we will look at the latest prescribing trends for both topical and oral medication in the optometric practice.

 

  • Courses:

  • ·         The Differential Diagnosis and Management of Headaches

    ·         No Drop Cataract Surgery: The Great Debate

    ·         Ocular Urgencies Emergencies: Are You Prepared

    ·         Refractive Lens Exchange in the Glaucoma Patient

    ·         MRSA A Cause for Concern

    ·         Grand Rounds in Ocular Surface Disease

    ·         Anisocoria ~ Now What?

    ·         Additional Courses Will be Announced.

     

 

 

 

Bio*  (click here for full CV - opens a PDF)
Dr. Mangan is a board certified consultative optometrist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. His focus is in the area of ocular disease and surgical co-management and he is certified to perform anterior segment lasers and minor surgical procedures.

Dr. Mangan has lectured and written extensively on such topics as infectious disease, ocular surface disease, advanced corneal procedures, corneal refractive surgery, advanced technology IOL’s, drug delivery and point-of-care technology. He is considered one of the foremost experts in the area of “No Drop Cataract Surgery”, having co-managed approximately 20,000 cases since 2007. He is on the editorial boards for “Advanced Ocular Care” and “Primary Care Optometry News” and has his own bi-monthly column in “Review of Optometry” called “Urgent Care” that focuses on the diagnosis and management of Ocular Urgencies and Emergencies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC is a COPE Approved CE Provider

This course is either approved or pending approval for a total of 16 CE


All Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC optometric programs are presented in partnership with the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians.  

 

Seminar Fee*

Optometrists
Opticians

$595
$425

Students, Residents, and Office Personnel:

$145

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     * Discounted fee based upon purchase of vacation package. If purchased
                        separately, please add $400 to the above fees.

 
 



    
Course given during days at sea

 

 

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Seminar: There is a $100 cancellation penalty for any course when made greater than 3 weeks prior to the seminar.

If a cancellation is made within the 3 weeks prior to the course, no refund will be granted.