Webinar Information

With an internet connection and telephone, you have the opportunity to enjoy and participate in continuing education from the comfort of your home or office.

For more information,
click here.

March 8, 2017

Join us for a Wednesday morning webinar as Dr. William Marcolini presents "Red Eye Mania: When Tobradex Didn't Cut It"  from 8-9 A.M. Eastern Time (7-8 A.M. Central Time).  REGISTRATION FOR THIS WEBINAR IS NOW CLOSED.

You will be able to see the PowerPoint presentation, hear the lecture and submit questions to the speaker. All you need is a computer, smart phone or tablet with an Internet connection. You can either use a telephone to hear the lecture (toll rates may apply) or use the speakers or a headset from your computer, using Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP).

If you would like to view a sample webinar, click "Topics" across the top of the home page and select "Sample NGS Webinar" under the Webinar heading. 

This webinar has been approved by the Florida and New York Boards of Optometry as LIVE CE.  The webinar has been submitted for approval as LIVE CE to the Michigan and Texas Boards of Optometry. The webinar meets the definition of Category 1 CE in Washington State, Category 1 CE by the American Board of Optometry (ABO), Class II Education in New Hampshire, and on-line CE in Pennsylvania. While any doctor is welcome to participate in this webinar, we will only be issuring CE certificates for doctors with licenses in states that have approved the webinar or who are working toward or maintaining an ABO certification.

The Early Bird rate for this Webinar is $30 through Friday, March 3, 2017. On or after March 4, the fee is $40. Webinars are free for Full Members of the National Glaucoma Society.

In order to get information to participate in this webinar, you must register by 9 pm Eastern time on Tuesday, March 7. You will get the meeting password, meeting number and link to the webinar website e-mailed to you. 

Cancellation Policy:  Cancellations made by the Sunday before a webinar can receive a refund, less a $15 processing fee, or apply the full registration fee to a future program.  Cancellations made after Sunday cna receive a credit of the full registration fee toward a future program.  To cancel, notify the National Glaucoma Sociey in writing by email (info@NationalGlaucomaSociety,org) or fax (978-470-4520), No refunds given for canceling a registration once the webinar has begun. 

Conference registration is closed.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

8:00am–9:00am
Red Eye Mania: When Tobradex Didn't Cut It
William Marcolini, OD