Updated: Jul 25, 2020
Most of us are stuck at home trying to pass the time away - some by binge-watching anything they can get on Netflix, while others are figuring out fractions with their fourth graders. In the end, we are all craving to feel “normal-ish” again, but watching another show on COVID is NOT cutting it. 🙄
A good distraction would be engaging in safe and “socially distant” CE that is both educational and entertaining. "Edu-tainment" is a great way to forget about the stresses of life for awhile. This week we will be edu-tained through the music genre of the classic rock band... "Queen" as we learn about the meibomian gland disease in my lecture called: "Putting the Squeeze on Lid Margin Disease". This lecture is approved for both Texas and Alabama ODs needing 1 hour of D/T LIVE CE.
On Thursday, we will be tackling the topic of allergies in the lecture titled: "Ocular Allergies: Ain't Nothing to Sneeze At" where we will discuss the mechanism of action and the newer ophthalmic drugs in the marketplace. Through the help of Snow White, we will figure out how she "dwarfed" her allergies and lived after.
And lastly, as a special treat for those of you who don't practice in Texas or Alabama, I have COPE-Approved courses for Wednesday Webinars lined-up beginning this week. Starting on April 29th, the one-hour CE is called: "Biological Bandages: A New Hope" discussing uses of cryo-preserved amniotic membrane in clinical practice using the theme of "Star Wars". Hope to "see" you at one or all of these events and using the immortal words of Obi-Wan Kenobi..."May the Force be With You!"
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