Glaucoma in the Gorge
August 6-7, 2022
Best Western Hotel and Convention Center
Hood River, Oregon
10 Hours of COPE Approved
Drs. Tony Litwak and Jim Thimons
Receive the latest and most comprehensive update in glaucoma management and ocular therapeutics. Learn about the latest pharmaceutical agents, as well as the latest technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. Presented by two of optometry’s most popular lectures, this therapeutics series will be informative, interactive and entertaining.
COURSE PROGRAM SCHEDULE
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7
Early Registration: $250
(before July 1st)
Regular Registration: $295
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MEETING PLACE AND ACTIVITIES
Best Western Hood River
Hotel and Conference Center
Hood River, Oregon
The conference will be held in the Columbia River Gorge at the Best Western Hood River Inn. Hood River is located 50 miles east of Portland on the scenic Columbia River. Take Route I-84 east from the Portland Airport and exit #64. The Hood River Inn is perfectly situated to offer activities for every age and interest. Guests can enjoy windsurfing, sailing, jet skiing, swimming, fishing, mountain biking, white water rafting, hiking, winery tours, shopping and golfing.
Please call 1-800-828-7873 for hotel reservations and mention that your are with “Ocular Therapeutics” for our group discount.
$219.99- $245.99/night single queen
$229.99- $235.99-/night double king
$270.99/night single riverview king
$280.99/night double riverview queen
Tony Litwak, OD graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry and completed his residency at the Baltimore VA Medical Center. He is program director of Ocular Therapeutics and past residency and student director of the Maryland Health Care System Department of Veterans Affairs. Dr. Litwak brings years of clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. He is author of “The Glaucoma Handbook” and a founding member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society and National Glaucoma Society. Dr. Litwak is clinical professor at Pennsylvania College of Optometry, New England College of Optometry, SUNY College of Optometry, Southern College of Optometry and UAB College of Optometry.
Jim Thimons, OD is an Ohio State University graduate and completed his residency at the Chillicothe VA Medical Center. He is currently the Center Director for Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut and has been one of optometry’s most popular lecturers. He is a clinical authority on anterior segment disease and refractive surgery. He is a founding member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society and National Glaucoma Society. Dr. Thimons has received numerous professional awards, authored over 50 publications and conducted eight clinical research projects. He is the clinical professor at The New England College of Optometry and has been voted one of optometry’s 10 most influential people.