Managing Myopia with Orthokeratology Event

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Courtyard by Marriott in San Ramon
18090 San Ramon Valley Blvd,
San Ramon, CA 94583

You are cordially invited to an evening of Managing Myopia with Orthokeratology presented by Paragon Vision Sciences, on Tuesday, June 11, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, at the Courtyard by Marriott in San Ramon. Join us in learning about CRT lenses, including Dual Axis fittings. This event is complimentary for ACCCOS members, but seating is limited and priority will be given to early RSVP's.

Please RSVP by clicking on the link below, or by emailing Rruth@paragonvision.com.

Sincerely,

ACCCOS Directors of Education

June 3rd GMM

Monday, June 3, 2019

6:30pm - 9:00pm

Scott’s Seafood Jack London Square
2 Broadway,
Oakland, CA 94607, USA

Guest Lecturers:
 Joey (Yen-Cheng) Hsia, M.D.
          "Role of Cataract Surgery in the Management of Glaucoma"

Melissa Neuwelt, M.D.
          "When the Vitreous Won’t Let Go: Vitreoretinal Interface Disorders"


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Late Sign-up deadline date = 5/20/19
Cost:
     Free - ACCCOS who sign up by May 20
     $25  - ACCCOS members after May 20
     $50  - Non-ACCCOS COA members
     $80  - Non-COA members
 **$45 Late Sign-up Fee - Non-ACCCOS members who sign up after May 20
 **$45 No Show Fee -  Penalty for RSVP without attendance 

RSVP on our MEMBERS ONLY page on the ACCCOS website. Check your email for the password to the Members Only page.

Please note that to receive the continuing education credit, you must arrive no later than ten minutes after the lecture has started. Only the full credit will be granted; no partial credit for only attending a portion of the lecture.

Installation Event 2019

Sunday, April 28, 2019

9:00am - 2:00pm


Castlewood Country Club
707 Country Club Circle
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Special Guest Lecturer: Aaron Bronner, OD, Diplomate AAO, FAAO

Topics:
1. It’s the thought that counts. Management of infectious keratitis
2. What’s on the menu? A case based guide to understanding corneal surgery options

Aaron Bronner, OD, Diplomate AAO, FAAO

 
 
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Aaron Bronner graduated with distinction in 2007 from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2007 and went on to perform a residency in surgical co-management and anterior segment disease at Davis Duehr Dean in Madison, WI.  He currently works at Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute, a multicenter surgical co-management practice, at the Kennewick, WA office. In addition to clinic responsibilities, Aaron is a columnist and contributing editor for Review of Cornea and Contact Lens and Review of Optometry, is adjunct faculty of PUCO through the Walla Walla VAMC residency program and is on the leadership committee for the AAO’s Anterior Segment Section. He has lectured extensively across the nation on topics of Anterior segment pathology and surgical co-management.  Aaron enjoys spending his free time with his wonderful wife Becky and their kids Zoe and Liam.


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Late Sign-up deadline date = 3/18/19
Cost:
     Free - ACCCOS who sign up by March 18
     $25  - ACCCOS members after March 18
     $50  - Non-ACCCOS COA members
     $80  - Non-COA members
 **$45 Late Sign-up Fee - Non-ACCCOS members who sign up after March 18
 **$45 No Show Fee -  Penalty for RSVP without attendance 

RSVP on our MEMBERS ONLY page on the ACCCOS website. Check your email for the password to the Members Only page.

Please note that to receive the continuing education credit, you must arrive no later than ten minutes after the lecture has started. Only the full 3 hours credit will be granted; no partial credit for only attending a portion of the lecture.