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Dozens of opportunities to earn CE credit are available through our publications and live events. Print CE courses are displayed below. Information on live events can be found here.

Low Vision: Concepts and Clinical Skills for Generalists

Given the vital role vision plays in every aspect of life, all optometrists—regardless of specialty—must be able to distinguish between visual problems that can be corrected with conventional interventions and those that cannot. Low vision, which interferes with everyday activities, cannot be fixed with glasses, contact lenses, or other standard treatment approaches. Therefore, it is critical that primary care optometrists understand how to support these patients in their practice, even if their role is limited to assessment and comanagement. 

By Erin Kenny, OD, and Christin DeMoss, OD
Review of Optometry CE, January 2021


Optometric Study Center: Courses published monthly in Review of Optometry and Review of Cornea & Contact Lenses, offering either 1 or 2 hours of CE credit. Processing fees apply. Exam valid for credit up to three years from release date.

Supported CE: Courses offered without exam fee, supported by an independent educational grant from a commercial interest. Typically valid for credit for one year from release date; longer active terms may exist for some exams.

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December 20202 CreditsGranted

Complimentary CE Monograph - A Closer Look: Emerging Medical Therapies for Presbyopia

Presbyopia affects over 100 million adults in the United States. Current options to improve near-vision function in these patients have limitations, highlighting an interest in and need for new options. This educational activity provides an overview of age-related loss of accommodation as well as several of the emerging topical therapies for presbyopia that are under investigation. Perspectives on selection of prospective patients as well as potential opportunities for practice growth are also discussed.

December 20192 CreditsGranted

Preventing the Vision-threatening Complications of Diabetes

The desired results of this activity are to enable optometrists to better identify patients with diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema and to improve how care is coordinated so that effective treatment practices can ultimately improve visual outcomes of patients with diabetes.

November 20192 CreditsGranted

IOP Management in Today’s Practice: The Age of Outflow

In this educational activity, the mechanisms of action of new IOP-lowering drugs, as well as their efficacy and safety profiles, will be reviewed. Through a series of case studies, the use of these drugs in clinical practice will also be illustrated.