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Interest in Telemedicine and Preparing Now for Reopening Among Key Findings of Survey

As of March 31, governors in 30 states and the mayor of Washington, DC, had issued stay-at-home orders. Those orders and the rapid escalation of COVID-19 cases have contributed to anxiety and stress for ECPs. Here are the results of the 4th Jobson Optical Research survey.

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Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth: The Primary Importance of Primary Eye Care

How can ODs embrace advances in technology to do even more for patients? Dorothy Hitchmoth, OD, brings her vast experience to WO Voices.

Dr. Cheryl Murphy: Dealing with Coronavirus Uncertainty – One Day at...

Cheryl Murphy, OD, of Long Island, New York, details some of the steps that the doctors and staff members are taking to do what they can to flatten the curve, protect themselves and protect patients.

OD’s Patience Leads to Student Tech Pursuing Optometry School

Brittany Coyle started working as an ophthalmic tech at St. Lukes Cataract and Laser Institute after she graduated from college.

10 Signs Your Struggling Student May Have a Functional Vision Problem

Throughout the school year, parents and teachers assess academic and behavioral progress for students, with parents sometimes learning that their child is struggling.

Jobson Survey Finds Nearly All ECPs Are Taking Extra Precautions; Half...

BREAKING NEWS: In order to provide eye care professionals (ECPs) with nearly real-time updates on trends and the impact from the coronavirus, Jobson Research will be conducting regular surveys on practitioner habits and business developments.

First Optometric Job Leaves Lasting Impression

Lori Grover, OD, found inspiration early on in her career from Susan Gormezano, OD.
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