The WO Voices podcast series launched last fall, providing listeners with the chance to hear from some of the leaders in the profession.
Dori Carlson, OD, FAAO, talks about developing your leadership potential, and Pam Lowe, OD, FAAO, shares strategies on how to build a strong practice based on fundamentals.
As a practitioner and mother of a special needs child, Lauretta Justin, OD, discusses ways to take the stress out of medical appointments.
Teresa Colonna, OD, describes how she developed training videos to ensure consistent training, save time and improve quality. In a second podcast, she talks about the importance of having checklists for employee reviews.
Rachael Wruble, OD, FAAO, encourages young ODs entering the workforce to do their research to understand their worth.
Sherrol Reynolds, OD, FAAO, discusses the Three Silent Killers public health initiative of the National Optometric Association.
Jenny Coyle, OD, MS, FAAO, talks about how much optometric education has changed and continues to evolve.
More than 20 podcasts are currently available, with more being added every week. Topics include nutrition, maintaining your focus, practice management, clinical care, optometric education, philanthropy, negotiation and much more. The podcasts can be found on womeninoptometry.com under Perspectives. Or listeners can subscribe to WO Voices on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or GooglePlay.
Interested in being a guest on WO Voices? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.