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Seven Ways ODs Can Help with COVID-19 Vaccine Movement

Sidra Qadri, OD, of Los Angeles, California, details different ways optometrists can make an impact during this crucial turning point in the COVID-19 pandemic.

New REFRESH® DIGITAL Lubricant Eye Drops Tackle Eye Dryness Due to Everyday...

 From scrolling through social media feeds, to video conferences for work and school, to relaxing with television and video games, Americans are spending approximately...

Learning to Lead

When Claudia Younany, OD, learned that the owner of the practice where she worked was taking an extended medical leave of absence that grew even longer with the onset of the COVID-19 lockdown, she knew she was up for the challenge.

Dr. Ruth Shoge: Why Diversity and Inclusion Matter For Everyone

Ruth Y. Shoge, OD, MPH, is passionate about educating current and future optometrists about cultural competency and humility and the importance for this kind of education in the curriculum.

California Optometric Association Applauds Decision to Allow Optometrists to Administer COVID-19...

In a move to address the state’s shortage of health care providers available to administer COVID-19 vaccines, the California Department of Consumer Affairs approved a public health emergency waiver that will allow doctors of optometry to administer COVID-19 vaccines to persons 16 years of age or older.

Making a Statement Without Speaking

Nwamaka Ngoddy, OD, was seeing a problem. In her practice, Eyeserve Optometry, in the metro-Atlanta, Georgia, area, she was witnessing Black patients, her primary...
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