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2014 Calendar
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upcoming seminars.

Presenters

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A. Paul Chous
MA, OD, FAAO


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Jeffrey Gerson
OD, FAAO


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Stephen Farebrother
VSP Regional Training Manager

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Doctors and Staff:
Earn up to Four Hours of CE Credit


ALL COURSES ARE FREE -- INCLUDES LUNCH!


Doctor Courses

Diabetes: An Inside Look
COPE ID# 28989-SD, 3-hour course (3 credits)
This course takes a unique look at diabetes and the eye diseases associated with it. At this presentation by two experts, one of whom has lived with diabetes since youth, you’ll gain a new understanding of patients with and at risk of diabetes and your role in their care.

Diabetes: Are You Up to Date?
COPE ID# 31902-SD, 1-hour course (1 credit)
The number of people in the U.S. with diabetes is increasing, as is new information about the disease. This course reviews recently published developments, along with the latest ocular research and how the disease impacts the body.



Staff Courses


It’s a Kid’s World
1-hour course (1 ABO credit, 1 AOA-CPC credit)
This course provides strategies for selling eyewear to kids (and their parents) and tips to influence the buying process. You’ll also receive data to help educate your patients on the benefits of corrected vision and disease prevention.

Sell Suns, Teach Suns
1-hour course (1 ABO credit, 1 AOA-CPC credit)
This course identifies seven opportunities to educate your patients on why they should purchase sun wear from you, and provides a simple process to overcome challenges, while improving sun wear sales.

Improving Your Capture Rate
1-hour course (1 ABO credit, 1 AOA-CPC credit)
At this course, you’ll receive tips and tactics that help turn new prescriptions into eyewear sales. You’ll also learn about the six steps within the patient visit that help increase your eyewear capture rate.

Diabetes: What We All Need to Know
1-hour course (1 ABO credit, 1 AOA-CPC credit, 1 NCLE credit)
This course provides a practical overview of diabetes, including its basic biology, signs and symptoms, prevention, treatment, ocular manifestations, and strategies to maintain healthy vision for life.

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