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May 18, 2016

Join us for a Wednesday evening webinar. Log in from the comfort of your home or office to hear Dr. Bud O'Leary present "Glaucoma Watch: Rapid Fire Topics in Glaucoma" from 8-9 P.M. Eastern Time (7-8 P.M. Central Time). 

You will be able to see the PowerPoint presentation, hear the lecture and submit questions to the speaker. All you need is a computer, smart phone or tablet with an Internet connection. You can either use a telephone to hear the lecture (toll rates may apply) or use the speakers or a headset from your computer, using Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP).

If you would like to view a sample webinar, click "Topics" across the top of the home page and select "Sample NGS Webinar" under the Webinar heading. 

This webinar meets the definition of live CE in New York State and has been approved by the State Board. This webinar also has been approved by the California State Board of Optometry, the Texas Board of Optometry, the Michigan Board of Optometry and the Pennsylvania Board of Optometry as live CE The webinar meets the definition of  live CE in Washington State, Category 1 CE by the American Board of Optometry (ABO) and Class II Education by the New Hampshire Board of Optometry. While any doctor is welcome to participate in this webinar, we will only be issuring CE certificates for doctors with licenses in  states that have approved the webinar or who are working toward or maintaining an ABO certification.

The Early Bird rate for this Webinar is $30 through Friday, May 13. On or after May 14, the fee is $40. Webinars are free for Full Members of the National Glaucoma Society.

In order to get log-in information, you must register by 9 pm Eastern time on Tuesday, May 17. You will get the meeting password, meeting number and link to the webinar website e-mailed to you. 

Conference registration is closed.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Glaucoma Watch: Rapid Fire Topics in Glaucoma
Bud O'Leary, OD