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In New Wave of Jobson Optical Research on Coronavirus Impact, Respondents...

From being willing to attend trade shows to reducing safety protocols in the office, respondents in Wave 26 of the Jobson Optical Research Coronavirus...

One Year Later: Majorities Say COVID-19 Has Had Pervasive Negative Effects

We hardly need a poll to tell us what we already knew: it’s been one tough year.

The Empowered OD: Dr. Mary Anne Murphy – Embrace Change

In this episode of The Empowered OD series, sponsored by Allergan, Mary Anne Murphy, OD, of Broomfield, Colorado, says that despite the uncertainties of 2020, she took the opportunity to tackle those priorities that are usually pushed to the background.

AOA Advocates for Optometry’s Role in COVID-19 Vaccine Policies

William T. Reynolds, OD, American Optometric Association President, sent a letter to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar...

COVID-19 Vaccines: All Hands on Deck

By Dorothy L. Hitchmoth, OD, FAAO; Richard Hom, PhD, OD; Gregory Moore, OD, FAAO; Jessica Eid, OD—The year “20/20” was supposed to be optometry’s year to educate the public on the importance of eye care.

Most Practices Routinely Asking Screening Questions

Three-quarters of respondents (76 percent) to a new Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll said that their practices are consistently asking employees screening questions upon entering each day.

Reset, Restart, Reopening: The Path to Recovery

Practices are reopening, but it’s not yet business as usual.

Letting Patients Know the Process

To help patients coming to EyeXam in Santa Clara, California, understand what they can expect, Nikki Iravani, OD, created a video that walks patients through the new process.

Ready to Adapt

Melissa McCulley, OD, was on a family vacation in the middle of March when a series of messages started streaming in from her staff.
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