By admin | May 30, 2016
We love our twice-a year COPE events! This year, our April COPE event was another great success. The lecture topics included Retinal Vein Occlusions and Vitreomacular Interface Issues. The lecture covered the pathology of these problems, as well as the treatment and management of patients who are diagnosed with these conditions. We use an interactive, case-based lecture approach to keep our COPE events current and engaging. This approach also allows us to discuss patient management in a way that relates to cases the attending doctors may have come across. At Retina Consultants of Boston, we truly enjoy being able to share these educational events with our local Optometrists and open up a dialogue about cases that we all might encounter while treating patients, and how we can best manage them as a team.
We hope everyone enjoyed our April COPE event this year and we were thrilled to see some new faces amongst the attendees, and so glad that many of you returned back for a second (or third) time! We will have another COPE event in the fall, so stay tuned for what interesting lecture topics we will cover then. We hope to see you all there.
And for those who have not attended yet, not only are the lectures educational, but we always provide delicious treats, like these RCB cookies!
In the interest of maintaining further transparency and providing a wide breadth of information to our patients and providers, this blog will serve as an educational and informative resource on interesting happenings within Retina Consultants of Boston and in the greater field of Ophthalmology.
Here at Retina Consultants of Boston, Dr. John J. Weiter and Dr. Namrata Nandakumar are on the forefront of diagnostic techniques, treatment and micro-surgical techniques for macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, macular holes, and a number of other issues affecting the vitreous and retina. Check back here frequently for news and updates on our practice and all things retina!