Where: The Salt Lake Community College,
Miller Conference Center
9750 S 300 W
Sandy UT 84070

FOR SUNDAY we will be in the Professional Development Building 1 closets to 1-15, second floor rooms 209-213.

MFEC 101 Auditorium Saturday
Different location on campus Sunday second floor Building 1, rooms 209-213

**The building you are going to on campus is called the Miller Free Enterprise Center or Building 3 it is one of the closest buildings to 1-15. You can see the highway and billboards from the entrance. You will walk down the long hallway and we are at the very end in the 101 auditorium on the main floor. If you get lost call/text Alyssa at 801-364-9103. Dress is casual and feel free to pick and choose what you would like to attend!

We hope you will come to the UOA's ANNUAL MEGA CE! This is FREE to all UOA members and a charge for non members. We have had more complications this year to get the education all set and we are also offering a Sunday option for all of our docs who are not available on Saturday or would like to attend both. This will be at the SLC Community college again there will be 3 hours of CE Saturday morning from 9-12pm, lunch and UOA business meeting (open for all) from 12-1 pm and then another two hours of CE 1-3pm. Sunday morning there will be CE only and no food or beverages served from 7:30am to 12:30pm.

Saturday September 14th, 2019 SLCC Main Auditorium
9-10am Dr. Coombs from Utah Eye Centers on Retina
10-11am: Dr. Moshirfar.  “ Corneal Augmentation: Is SMILE the gate opener? “ from Hoopes Vision
11am-12pm:  Dr. Bozung, Not Your Average Dry Eye
12-1 pm :Lunch provided and UOA Fall Business meeting
1-3pm: Dr. Bozung, Trauma Rounds

Sunday September 15th, 2019 SLCC Professional Development Building Rooms 209-213

7:30-9:30am: Dr. Bozung the Opthalmic Emergency Dept, My Experience

9:30-10:30am: Dr. Ben Buckner, “Stuff That Can Kill you on Eye Exams” from Hoopes Vision

10:30-11:30am: Dr. Wolsey and Dr. Zavodni; “DMEK vs DSAEK and sutureless scleral fixation of IOLs” The Eye Institute

Dr. Wolsey Slides

11:30-12:30pm: Dr. Chapman, Glaucoma referralsThe Eye Institute

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We are bringing in Dr. Allison Bozung to lecture on the following:
1. Not Your Average Dry Eye  (1 hr)
COPE Course ID: 64204-AS
Dry eye is a condition many see and manage on a daily basis. Most commonly, dry eye is caused by meibomiangland dysfunction, aqueous deficiency, or a combination of both. Less common etiologies may also present and often pose challenging management strategies. This lecture will review three specific ocular surface disorders and a step-wise approach to treatment: graft versus host disease, neurotrophickeratopathy, and exposure keratopathy.
2. Trauma Rounds (2 hr)
 COPE Course ID: 64203-GO (pending approval)
When ocular injury strikes, we need to be prepared. Discussion and cases will focus on traumatic ophthalmic entities: from caring for corneal abrasions and traumatic iritis to evaluating orbital fractures and assessing open globes. Appropriate management strategies, treatment guidelines, and referral patterns are discussed.

3. The Ophthalmic Emergency Department: My Experience (2 hr)
COPE Course ID: (pending submission)
This grand rounds lecture highlights a variety of unique and acute ophthalmic conditions presenting to a tertiary care ophthalmic emergency department. Discussion focuses on clinical diagnosis, management, and disease course.

 Dr. Bozung Bio:
Alison Bozung, OD, FAAOis an optometrist at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida, seeing patients primarily in the Ophthalmic Emergency Department. She also serves as co-director of the optometric student externship program. Prior to joining BPEI, she was a clinical assistant professor at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, practicing in the Cornea and External Disease as well as Comprehensive Ophthalmology services. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. Upon graduation, she completed a residency at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.