NOW WITH CME AND SA CREDIT! — Starting at $395.00

CME on Your Terms – The Osler Institute utilized state of the art equipment to record our Live February 2017 comprehensive Ophthalmology Review Course and bring it to you!  These Video/Audio files are stored “in the cloud” so you can stream them anywhere, anytime, as long as you have an internet connection, watch or listen to on your phone, computer – your learning experience is almost like being at the live activity, but without travel costs and time away from your practice.  Included with each Online review is an electronic downloadable copy of the syllabus that corresponds to the Video/Audio lectures.


The Osler Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


The Osler Institute designates this Enduring Material for a maximum of 60 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Of the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ listed above, 20 credits meet the requirements for Self-Assessment.

  • Release Date: March 8, 2017
  • Expiration Date: March 7, 2020
  • Estimated Time to Complete:  60 hours
Required Physician Participation:  

Review the audio/video lectures at your own pace. To claim CME/self-assessment credit, Learners must successfully complete a self-assessment post-test (score of 75% or greater is required) and activity evaluation to test knowledge gained and its application to your practice.

  • Unlimited use for 6 months, only $875.00
  • or
  • 1 month for just $395.00


Through the American Board of Medical Specialties (“ABMS”)  MOC ongoing commitment to increase access to practice relevant Maintenance of Certification (“MOC”) Activities through the ABMS Continuing Certification Directory, The Osler Institute has met the MOC requirements as a MOC Part II Self-Assessment Activity for the following ABMS Member Boards: American Board of Ophthalmology.

Faculty and Topics

  • Vinay Aakalu, MD Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology University of Illinois, Chicago 
    Ocular Pharmacology, Eyelid Surgery and Anatomy, Orbital Tumors, Orbital Inflammation
  • Javaneh Abbasian, MD Assistant Professor of Pediatric Ophthalmology University of Illinois, Chicago
    Pediatric Ophthalmology (Non-Strabismus)
  • Habeeb Ahmad, MD Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology New York University 
    Eyelid Malpositions, Lacrimal Diseases, Orbital Trauma
  • David Fleischman, MD, MS Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology University of North Carolina 
  • Michael Jensen, MS, RPh Clin Ophthalmic Specialist in Ocular Pharm Utah Valley Regional Med Ctr, Provo, UT
    Ocular Pharmacology
  • Amy Juliano, MD Instructor in Ophthalmology Harvard Medical College
    Ocular Imaging
  • Anjum Koreishi, MD Instructor in Ophthalmology Northwestern University 
  • Jonathan Lin, MD, Ph.D. Director of Ophthalmic Pathology University of California, San Diego 
    Ophthalmic Pathology
  • Lisa Nijm, MD, JD† Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology
    University of Illinois, Chicago 
    Ocular Surface, Conjunctival Disorders, Peripheral Disorders, Corneal Ulcers and Dystrophies, Lens and Cataracts, Corneal Surgery
  • Howard Pomeranz, MD, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Hofstra University School of Medicine 
    Optic Neuropathies, Pupils, Visual Fields and Temporal Arteritis, Cranial Neuropathies, Supranuclear and Nystagmus, Myasthenia and Thyroid, Phakomatosis
  • Kamran Riaz, MD Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology University of Chicago 
    Optics and Refraction
  • Benjamin Ticho, MD Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology University of Illinois, Chicago 
    Pediatric Ophthalmology (Strabismus)
  • Robert Wallyn, MD† Assistant Clinical Prof of OphthalmologyUniversity of California, San Francisco 
    Critical Reasoning and Communication Skills, Fluorescein Angiography, Laser Photocoagulation and Alternatives, Intraocular Tumors, Macular Degeneration, Peripheral Retinal Diseases, Retinal Vascular Diseases, Retinal Vessel Occlusion, Inherited Chorioretinal Diseases, Diabetic Retinopathy

†Course Planning Committee

Faculty, Planner, and Reviewer Disclosure Declaration

  • Faculty, Planner, and Reviewer Disclosure Declaration In compliance with the Standards, Guidelines, and Ethical opinions of the ACCME, AAMC and AMA, The Osler Institute requires that anyone with input into the planning or presentation of Continuing Medical Education activities provided or jointly-provided by The Osler Institute must disclose to the program audience any relevant financial relationships with companies or organizations about whose products or services they are discussing in their presentations. 
  • The following faculty/planners/reviewers disclosed a relevant financial relationship(s).
  • None
  • The following faculty/planners/reviewers listed no relevant financial relationship(s) to disclose.
  • Vinay Aakalu MD, MPH - Javaneh Abbasian, MD  -Habeeb Ahmad, MD  - David Fleischman, MD, MS  - Michael Jensen, RPh, MS -  Amy Juliano, MD  - Anjum Koreishi, MD  - Jonathan Lin, MD, PhD -  Howard Pomeranz, MD, PhD -  Kamran Riaz, MD -  Benjamin Ticho, MD -  Lisa Nijm, MD, JD†  - Robert Wallyn, MD† -  Joseph Selliken, MD† -  Michael Stewart† -  Sally Schuette, PhD†  - Taylor Sisson†

Copies of the Faculty Disclosure Forms are available upon request.
† Program Planning Committee

Ophthalmology Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, each participant will be able to:

  • Apply the basic principles of optics to refractory problems and how to correct them
  • Describe the anatomy and physiology of each separate unit of the eye
  • Discuss common ocular conditions and delineate how to correlate clinical and pathologic findings
  • Diagnose and manage common types of congenital and acquired disorders in children
  • Explain the process of cataract surgery and potential complications
  • Explain the basic concepts of glaucoma diagnosis and treatment approaches
  • Discuss the differential diagnosis and treatment of uveitis
  • Delineate how to apply differential surgical approaches to ocular surface reconstruction
  • Describe the structure and function of the external eye and cornea as well as common disorders and use of artificial corneas