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Travel Tops the List Upon Return to Normalcy

When asked what they are are most looking forward to in the future, nearly all of the respondents (88 percent) to a recent Women In Optometry Pop-Up Poll stated that they had travel plans on their wish list.

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Wave 22 of Survey Shows Strong Economic Recovery for Optometric Practices

April 2021 seems to have been a strong month for economic recovery for optometric practices, according to Wave 22 of the Coronavirus ECP Survey conducted by Jobson Optical Research from April 26-30.

A Win for Wyoming

Gratitude radiates from Jaime Hazen, OD, to the legislators in the state of Wyoming on their new three-part expansion regarding the scope of practice for optometrists.

Dr. Samantha Dodda: Fighting the Imposter Syndrome

Samantha Dodda, OD, is a smart, young, ambitious optometrist completing her residency and occasionally struggling with imposter syndrome—that feeling that you don't have the ability to perform the tasks you've been trained for.

Externship Experience at America’s Best Helps Student Find Her Optometric Home

Angelika Pacholek, OD, already felt right at home in an America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses by the time she chose her externship locations. As...

OneSight Seeks Volunteer ODs for U.S. Clinics

Since 1988, OneSight has provided vision care access to more than 50 million people globally through charitable vision clinics and permanent vision centers. As...

Dr. Janette Pepper and Dr. Mary Hoang: Taking Action Against Racial...

Janette Pepper, OD, coordinator for student diversity and inclusion at Southern College of Optometry (SCO), and Mary Hoang, OD, also on the SCO faculty, discuss the education, programs and resources that people can use to understand racial bias and what actions can be taken to create a more inclusive environment for all.
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