Optometry’s Meeting distinguishes itself with a comprehensive lineup of contemporary optometric education intended to ensure our profession not only continues to excel in meeting Americans’ primary eye health care needs but also stays atop of optometry’s rapidly advancing scope of practice nationwide. This year’s lineup includes several new mediums and modalities of delivering quality contemporary education with over 190 hours of expert-led continuing education (CE) and professional development (22 hours of CEE/TQ) offered to doctors, paraoptometrics and students. Optometry’s Meeting in Washington, D.C., truly delivers education that supports every member of the care team.
#OM2023 offers over 45 hours in integrated, doctor-paraoptometric education to improve care coordination; 13 hands-on workshops ranging from practical, office based procedures to patient assessment and administrative functions, and featuring a 4-hour practical lab on optometric surgical assisting and the first-of-its-kind interactive patient case mystery at D-EYE-agnosis; and chances to find lectures that fit your individual needs with a large variety of expert-led contemporary content spanning the spectrum of optometric care.
There’s no better time or place to focus on advancing your practice.
Please note: Attendees will not need to register for individual CE courses during the registration process, excepting workshop courses, experiential CE or where otherwise noted during registration. Individual CE courses have seating available on a first-come-first-served basis and it’s recommended that attendees queue outside the course room 10 minutes in advance where possible.
Doctor of optometry courses will be COPE or AOA CE Hours* approved unless otherwise noted on the CE grids.
All optometric staff courses will be approved by the Commission on Paraoptometric Certification (CPC) for the CE credit and are acceptable for certification renewal requirements.
*AOA CE Hours satisfy most state boards’ CE requirements and are respected by many organizations within the practice of optometry; however, it is advised that attendees verify their state board requirements prior to selecting courses to attend.*