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Multidisciplinary Management of Orbital Vascular Malformations | Daniel Rootman, MD
Learning Objectives: Understand the classification of vascular malformations, apply appropriate diagnostics for vascular malformations in the orbit and appropriately select management strategy based on the characteristics of the vascular malformation.

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Multidisciplinary Management of Orbital Vascular Malformations | Daniel Rootman, MD
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Patient Heterogeneity & Multimodality Management in Thyroid Eye Disease | Daniel Rootman, MD
Learning Objectives: Understand the layers of complexity in heterogeneous presentation, expand the toolbox of available therapeutic options and apply options to appropriate clinical situations.

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Patient Heterogeneity & Multimodality Management in Thyroid Eye Disease | Daniel Rootman, MD

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Ptosis Physiology & Mechanisms of Repair| Daniel Rootman, MD
Learning Objectives: Understand the limits of a mechanical theory of ptosis, understand alternate theories of ptosis and consider these alternate theories in surgical selection and management of patient expectations.

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Ptosis Physiology & Mechanisms of Repair| Daniel Rootman, MD

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WORKSHOP - Orbital Cases: Fracture, Lacrimal Mass, Vascular, Apex Mass, Etc. | Daniel Rootman, MD
Learning Objectives: Consider diagnostic approaches appropriately selected for each pathology, understand options for appropriate selection of interventional diagnostic techniques sch as angiography and fine needle aspiration, and biopsy and understand management options for surgical intervention in orbital disease.

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WORKSHOP - Orbital Cases: Fracture, Lacrimal Mass, Vascular, Apex Mass, Etc. | Daniel Rootman, MD

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WORKSHOP - Orbital Cases: Fracture, Lacrimal Mass, Vascular, Apex Mass, Etc. | Daniel Rootman, MD

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Making the DREAM Come True! | Penny Asbell, MD
Learning Objectives: Learn the key steps in planning a clinical trial, define key question(s) to be answered, understand inclusion/exclusion criteria and understand outcome measures and the use of biomarkers.
 
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Making the DREAM Come True! | Penny Asbell, MD

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Herpes Zoster & the ZEDS Study | Penny Asbell, MD
Learning Objectives: Understand typical presentation of HZO, understand epidemiology of HZO, learn current treatments of HZO ZEDS trial - inclusion, exclusion criteria and use of vaccines.

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Herpes Zoster & the ZEDS Study | Penny Asbell, MD

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Cross-linking for Keratoconus and for Corneal Infections | Penny Asbell, MD
Learning Objectives: Learn the importance of improving treatment of corneal infections, learn how CXL might impact treatment and understand the key parts of the RCT for CXL use in eye infections.

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Cross-linking for Keratoconus and for Corneal Infections | Penny Asbell, MD

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WORKSHOP - Challenging Cornea Cases | Penny Asbell, MD
Learning Objectives: Describe the advantages of posterior capsule capture of the optic, describe the advantages of removing the second instrument, list the steps to reposition the iris after prolapse and list the steps for best placement of iris hooks.

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WORKSHOP - Challenging Cornea Cases | Penny Asbell, MD

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Journal Club: What's Happened Since OHTS  | Jonathan S. Myers, MD
Learning ObjectivesDescribe the findings of these trials, discuss the potential for change in treatment paradigm and apply these to typical glaucoma patient scenarios.

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Journal Club: What's Happened Since OHTS  | Jonathan S. Myers, MD

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Glaucoma: New Algorithms and Depot Meds | Jonathan Myers, MD
Learning ObjectivesDescribe three new depot drug systems for glaucoma, describe risks and benefits of these new treatments and analyze which patients are better and worse candidates for these when they are FDA approved.

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Glaucoma: New Algorithms and Depot Meds | Jonathan Myers, MD

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MIGS: Which Surgery for Which Patient for Which Surgeon? | Jonathan Myers, MD
Learning ObjectivesDescribe ideal patients for each MIGS procedure, discuss risks of each procedure, and which patients may be at greater risks for complications and choose MIGS procedures to add to their practice based on interest, experience, and practice patterns.

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MIGS: Which Surgery for Which Patient for Which Surgeon? | Jonathan Myers, MD

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WORKSHOP - Coma Conundrums: A round up of more than a half dozen diagnostic and treatment challenges | Jonathan S. Myers, MD
Learning ObjectivesConsider possibilities and options when faced with glaucoma progression, list and apply options for patients who are not well controlled with medications or cannot use them consistently and use evidence based medicine to choose among surgeries when MGS treatments no longer control pressures.

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WORKSHOP - Coma Conundrums: A round up of more than a half dozen diagnostic and treatment challenges | Jonathan S. Myers, MD

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Botulinum Toxin Use in Strabismus | Alejandra de Alba Campomanes, MD
Learning Objectives:
Understand which strabismus patients will benefit most from this intervention, list the advantages and disadvantages of Botulinum toxin compared to surgery for the treatment of specific forms of strabismus and better identify subsets of patients with the highest potential for therapeutic success.

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Botulinum Toxin Use in Strabismus | Alejandra de Alba Campomanes, MD

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Management of Adult Strabismus Secondary to Ocular Surgery | Alejandra de Alba Campomanes, MD
Learning ObjectivesBetter evaluate and counsel patients about the risk of postoperative diplopia after ocular surgery, including post-cataract, retinal detachment, pterygium, and glaucoma surgery, form an algorithm for the evaluation of strabismus after ocular surgery and gain a more thorough understanding of the risk of postoperative diplopia and possible therapeutic approaches to manage it.
 
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Management of Adult Strabismus Secondary to Ocular Surgery | Alejandra de Alba Campomanes, MD

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Vision 2020 USA: Improving the Eye Health of the Nation | Mitchell Brinks, MD
Learning Objectives: Articulate the newest federal government opinions on vision and eye health, assess the strengths and weaknesses in local and federal vision and eye health legislative priorities and identify the key national participants in the debate on how to improve eye health in the U.S.

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Vision 2020 USA: Improving the Eye Health of the Nation | Mitchell Brinks, MD

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The Oregon Wellness Program: An Aid to Renewed and Enhanced Professional Satisfaction | Donald E. Girard, MD
Learning Objectives: Learn about the Oregon Wellness program and how to access it, understand the definition of burnout and why it is a destructive force for healthcare professionals and learn how to diagnose and successfully manage burnout.

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The Oregon Wellness Program: An Aid to Renewed and Enhanced Professional Satisfaction | Donald E. Girard, MD

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