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Find top Ophthalmology CME courses that include the most convenient, interactive, and fastest activities from leading medical education providers. Learn about Ophthalmology with these comprehensive activities covering key topics such as optics, refraction, and glaucoma all while earning CME credits. These Ophthalmology CME activities allow ophthalmologists to quickly and easily meet the American Board of Ophthalmology requirements of at least 250 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ every 10 years.
Ophthalmologists must earn a certain number of CME credits dependant on which state medical board they are licensed by. Check out our state CME requirements guide to find out exactly how many credits you need to maintain your medical license to practice ophthalmology in your state.
Ophthalmologists who are board certified by the ABOP have to earn at least 250 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM every 10 years to maintain their board certification. 80 of these credits must be self-assessment.
These top Ophthalmology CME courses will help Ophthalmology meet their annual CME and ABOP recertification requirements:
There are many benefits to these online Ophthalmology CME courses. These courses include up to date content that covers key Ophthalmology topics such as optic nerve diseases, retinal diseases, glaucoma, vision disorders, ophthalmic surgery, and many more. The information and learnings in these courses can be directly implemented in your practice to help your patients’ satisfaction and outcomes. Other benefits of these courses are that they can be accessed on multiple devices and they offer a substantial number of CME credits, which should help you meet your CME requirements.
The Audio Digest Clinical Compendium: Ophthalmology is especially attractive because it allows Ophthalmologists to get a free CME gift card back with purchase.
The top Ophthalmology CME conferences Ophthalmologists can attend in 2019 are:
These Ophthalmology CME conferences provide a great opportunity for Ophthalmologists to meet their CME requirements at a relaxing vacation destination. The conferences will feature lectures and focused personalized sessions from industry experts which will help Ophthalmologists expand their knowledge and as a result, deliver improved patient care.
Ophthalmologists can earn CME credits for free with WillsEye’s selection of online Ophthalmology courses. These courses shed knowledge on the most trending topics in Ophthalmology including oculoplastics, retina, ocular surface disease, glaucoma, and more.
Also, check out all free Ophthalmology CME courses.
In addition to earning 250 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM every 10 years, the ABOP requires certified Ophthalmologists to complete 1 Patient Safety activity every 3 years, 1 Quality Improvement activity every 5 years, and pass 2 PORT Examinations and the DOCK Examination every 10 years to maintain their board certification.
Some popular courses are:
• Reducing Ocular Inflammation Following Cataract Surgery
• Ocular Surface Disorders: A Renewed Focus on New Treatments
• New Insights and Novel Treatment Strategies for Vitreomacular Traction and Macular Hole
• Preserving the Ocular Surface During Glaucoma Treatment: A Practitioner’s Dilemma
• Cataract Refractive Surgical Practice Highlights
• Glaucoma and the Ocular Surface: Are We Short-Sighted on the Long-Term Effects of Therapy?
• Landmark Evidence and 24-Hour Management of IOP
• Symptomatic Vitreomacular Adhesion: Examining New Evidence on Options for Treatment
• Update on Vitreoretinal Surgical Technology & Procedures
• DME Clinical Case Challenges: Individualizing Care in Real World Situations
• Intravitreal Interventions: Volumes 1 and 3
• New Approaches to Femtosecond and Excimer Laser Technology
• Outcomes of Strabismus Surgery for Esotropia in Children With Down Syndrome Compared With Matched Controls
Target Audience: Physicians specializing in OphthalmologistsSee full details chevron_right
This free online CME course provides insights about Glaucoma and will help physicians better treat patients suffering from the disease.
Topics covered in the course include:
After completing this course, you will better be able to:
Ophthalmologists; physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists with an interest in ophthalmology or diseases affecting the eye; and any other healthcare professionals with an interest in or who clinically encounter patients with glaucoma.See full details chevron_right
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