Kick off to Summer Maine June Conference 2022

Maine 2022 Conference

Kick off to Summer

Maine June Conference 2022

Day 1 June 3rd

  • Refer or Relax: Retina     2hours CE
  • Diabetes treatment and management      2hours CE
  • Lunch (registration at no cost)
  • Diagnostic testing and Imaging of posterior segment    2 hours CE
  • Diagnosis and management or choroidal effusion        1 hour CE
  • Ocular side effects of oral medications                            1 hour CE
  • Mix and Mingle on the patio (registration at no cost)
  • Add a guest for Mix and Mingle ($20)


Day 2 June 4th

  • Breakfast (registration at no cost)
  • Nondiabetic retinal vascular disease       2 hours CE
  • Demodex diaries                                         1 hour CE
  • What’s new in presbyopia treatment?     1 hour CE
  • Lunch (registration at no cost)
  • Membership meeting (MEMBERS ONLY -registration at no cost)
  • Pregnancy and the eye what to do when caring for two      1hour CE
  • Microinvasive glaucoma management: New options in Management of OAG   1hour CE

 Day 3 June 5th

  • Advanced dry eye treatment and management    2 hours CE
  • AMD Current science and trends in diagnosis and treatment    2 hours CE


AOA/MOA and affiliates (must be AOA members with affiliate memberships)

  • Registration: Non-refundable 

$75.00 Thru to May 1st

$125.00 after May 1st

$175.00 on site registration

  • Continuing Education per hour

$25 per hour

NON-AOA/MOA members (no membership in any association)

  • Registration: Non-refundable

$125.00 thru May 1st

$175.00 after May 1st

$225.00 on site

  • Continuing Education per hour

$50.00 per hour

Please add the following

Cancelation policy: If you cannot attend, notice to cancel must be given to the MOA office 24 hours before the start of the conference to receive a refund on CE hours.  No refunds during the event and all registration fees non-refundable.

The MOA retains the right to change course titles or instructors.

Covid - 19 Statement

February 25, 2022

Governor Janet Mills released the following statement today on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated masking guidance:

Maine has experienced a significant and welcome decline in hospitalizations over the last several weeks, which further reinforces my belief that as the circumstances of this pandemic change, so too should our public health recommendations,” said Governor Janet Mills. “To that end, I have directed the Maine CDC to review this new Federal guidance in order to inform Maine’s own recommendations as we enter a brighter, more hopeful period and take additional steps towards normalcy. Our guidance should be simple, straightforward, and reflect our assessment of the risk the virus poses in Maine. Throughout the pandemic, Maine people have stepped up, and with our positive downward trends, it is time that they feel a sense of relief too.” 

The Maine Optometric Association requires meeting attendees to take preventive measures intended to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. By registering for the meeting, you agree to the follow current rules that are designed for the protection of all attendees: Guidance given based on the location and property requirements of the conference and at the time and of the state recommendations.  Please inform yourself before traveling to Bar Harbor.  Use the link below or contact the MOA office.

Safe Bar Harbor

COVID‑19 Basics

Take every precaution to reduce the spread of COVID-19

  • MOA strongly encourage the use of face coverings in public when you are unable to stay 6ft away.
  • Wash hands frequently with soup and water 
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth w/unwashed hands
  • Know the symptoms of COVID-19- include fever, shortness of breath, and lower respiratory distress, and may appear 2-14 days after exposure.
  • Do not attend conference if you have symptoms of COVID-19 
  • If you have had close contact with anyone with COVID-19, please test prior to attending