21st ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL MEETING
This event will be offered in-person only. In-person seating is limited.
Registration is Now Open.
California Retina Research Foundation is proud to announce the 21st Annual Educational Meeting – The Latest in the Management of Retinal Diseases
When: Saturday, October 29th, 2022
Registration and Breakfast: 7:00 AM
Meeting Time: 8:00AM – 1:00 PM
California Retina Welcomes Our Guest Speakers
Caroline Baumal, MD
Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Joel Pearlman, MD, PhD
Retinal Consultants Medical Group, Sacramento, California
Robert L. Avery, M.D.
Ma’an A. Nasir, M.D.
Dante J. Pieramici, M.D.
Alessandro A. Castellarin, M.D.
Robert F. See, M.D.
Stephen S. Couvillion, M.D.
Nathan C. Steinle, M.D.
Dilsher S. Dhoot, M.D.
Daniel L. Learned, M.D.
Nika Bagheri, M.D.
Julia Sein, M.D.
Chris Wu, M.D.
This course is organized into mini-lectures covering a variety of retinal diseases followed by case presentations and open forum discussions. 4.0 hours of CE or CME offered
Fee: No Charge. Space is Limited. RSVP today to reserve your space.
The Santa Barbara County Consortium for CME is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation Statement
The Santa Barbara County Consortium for CME designates this live and virtual activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This activity is accredited by COPE for continuing education for optometrist.
Any Questions? Please call/text or email
Tamara Banville at 661-816-0377 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CMA STANDARD 1:
As of January 1, 2022 per CA State law, all education programs must include information on implicit bias and cultural and linguistic competency. Below are links to the legislation and the California Medical Association’s definitions.
Cultural & Linguistic Competency (CLC) definition: The ability and readiness of health care providers and organizations to humbly and respectfully demonstrate, effectively communicate, and tailor delivery of care to patients with diverse values, beliefs, identities, and behaviors, in order to meet social, cultural and linguistic needs as they relate to patient health. Implicit Bias (IB) definition: The attitudes, stereotypes, and feelings, either positive or negative, that affect our understanding, actions and decisions without conscious knowledge or control. Implicit bias is a universal phenomenon. When negative, implicit bias often contributes to unequal treatment and disparities in diagnosis, treatment decisions, levels of care and health care outcomes of people based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, and other characteristics.