1st COVD Canada Annual Symposium
Hosted by: Academy of Ophthalmic Education (AOE)
Saturday, May 28th & Sunday, May 29th
Lakeridge Health and Education & Research Network Centre
(LHEARN Center), 1 Hospital Court, Oshawa, ON, LIG 2B9
Day One Theme: Visual Dysfunction and Learning Difficulties
Day Two Theme: Concussion / mTBI: Importance of the TEAM!
See Dr. Brenda Berge
Sunday, May 29th – 10am-11am
Topic: Why the “Eyes are the Liars”!
What they STILL don’t teach you in school – but should!
How the Collaborative Care Model Aspires to Excellence for the Concussion (PCS) Patient as a Healthcare Team.
Academy of Doctors of Audiology Convention
San Diego, CA
Day Ahead Course: Day Ahead Course: ‘Sandbox’ Presentation Thursday Nov. 10, 2016
Dr. B. Berge, Au.D.
Dr. L. Jones, D.D.S.
Dr. P. Quaid, O.D. Ph.D.
Dr. S. Jett Ph.D. Psyc.
Dr. T. Moore, Neurophysiologist
Dr. Brenda Berge was recently featured in the National Post for her Charter Challenge
“Do some health professionals have a constitutional right to call themselves doctor, regardless of government rules?
That’s what an Ontario audiologist contends in a potentially groundbreaking Charter of Rights and Freedoms challenge, after being slapped with a three-month suspension and almost $100,000 in costs for using the title.
Brenda Berge says her right to freedom of expression is being violated by provincial law that bars her from putting “Dr.” before her name, while naturopaths, chiropractors and acupuncturists, among others, can legally use the title.”