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Upcoming Virtual CE Event: Join Us on November 29, 2023

We are thrilled to announce our next 2-hour COPE Approved Virtual CE event scheduled for Wednesday, November 29, 2023. This informative session promises to be a valuable experience for eye care practitioners seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

Speaker: Dr. Randy Schulman, O.D.

Topic: Clouds, Fog, and Snow: What to do when your patient complains of these? (2 Hours - 87768-NO)


In this engaging lecture, Dr. Randy Schulman will delve into the intricate world of ocular complaints related to intermittent cloudy vision, foggy thinking, and visual snow. These symptoms can be challenging to diagnose and manage due to their variability, intermittency, and the disruption they cause in daily activities. During this session, practitioners will gain valuable insights into the systemic and visual signs and symptoms associated with neurological, inflammatory, and traumatic conditions that give rise to these perplexing patient complaints.

This Virtual CE lecture provides a unique opportunity for eye care professionals to broaden their understanding of these symptoms, explore differential diagnoses, and discover effective treatment modalities. Dr. Schulman's expertise and in-depth knowledge will ensure that attendees leave with practical insights they can immediately apply in their clinical practice.


Don't miss out on this fantastic learning opportunity. To secure your spot for this Virtual CE event, please register here. Early registration is recommended, as space is limited, and demand is expected to be high.

Join us on November 29th, 2023, and take your expertise to the next level. We look forward to virtually welcoming you to this exciting event, where Dr. Randy Schulman will illuminate the path to better understanding and managing cloudy vision, foggy thinking, and visual snow in your patients.