Colorado Retina is honored to partner with many local and national foundations that support research and funding for finding a cure for blindness and vision related diseases. For the past decade, we have been thrilled to support the Denver chapter’s Foundation Fighting Blindness, and most recently are involved with the Ocular Melanoma Foundation and The Ocular Immunology and Uveitis Foundation.
We enjoy serving the medical community by offering free continuing education dinners and events throughout the year to optometry and ophthalmology professionals. These events focus on training and informing our local vision care specialists on the latest, most innovative treatment and surgical procedure methods. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn in to catch what events are coming down the pipeline.
2020 will be CRA’s 10th annual Mile High Masters of Retina event, an educational meeting held in Denver, Colorado, geared toward primary eye care providers. This is a FREE event which offers continuing education credits to all licensed optometrists, ophthalmologists and primary care physicians in attendance. The course will be taught by our retina specialists of Colorado Retina Associates, a thirteen physician owned and led, vitreoretinal practice serving the Rocky Mountain region.
The program will include lectures on a variety of retina and uveitis topics and complex cases. Attendees will learn about the best and most innovative diagnostic and treatment approaches in retinal surgery and care, as well as the optimal timing of referrals. The format is a half-day program beginning in the morning and ending midday on Sunday, February 9th, 2020. Complimentary breakfast, snacks and parking are also included. Onsite hotel rooms at the Denver Marriott Tech Center will available for reservation to attendees coming from out of town.
We will soon be opening applications for 2020 keynote speakers and event sponsors. For our premiere sponsors, display booth space will be provided in the exhibition hall for over 450 optometry and ophthalmology attendees to view and visit with. This meeting is a great opportunity to network with other professionals in the vision care field, and get better informed on current developments in research, diagnosis and treatment for commonly encountered retinal conditions and practice patterns to assist in state-of-the art patient care.
Please note, this course is open to all allied health and eye care professionals, such as imagers, technicians, scribes, clinic managers, etc. as an opportunity to gain and develop knowledge. However, due to accreditation restrictions, we cannot provide CE credits to those who are not a licensed OD/DO/MD.