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Thank You, Dr. Harville!

Women In Optometry shares well wishes and memories of working with Dr. Betty Harville at Southern College of Optometry.

COVID-19 Relief and Equality in Eye Health Fund

Here is an announcement from Optometry Giving Sight. The extraordinary events of the past several months, both the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the incidents...

So Long to the Salad Bar

By Marjolijn Bijlefeld—In the count-your-blessings category, eye care is an essential health care service.

OD’s Personal Decision for a Toric ICL Influences Her Conversations

By Christine Smith, OD—Through my work co-managing refractive surgery patients, I expanded my knowledge about the procedures and options that exist and started seriously considering what path might be best for me.

OD Career Path in a Refractive Surgery Practice

By Jennifer Gonzalez, OD, FAAO—If you had asked me during my fourth year of optometry school where I would like to practice after graduation, my answer would have been in a multidisciplinary clinic with an emphasis in ocular disease.

Step Away From the Old Mascara Tube

In her quest to translate the science of ocular surface disease to layman-speak in 2002, Amy Gallant Sullivan, executive director and co-creator of the Tear Film & Ocular Surface Society, got curious.

Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Announces Special Recognition Award...

Janice Scharre, OD, MA, FAAO, becomes the first female recipient of the ASCO Lifetime Achievement Award.

Virtual Video Visit Aims to Help Patients Feel Comfortable Post-COVID-19 Closures

Summy To, OD, wanted to reassure her patients and let them know what to expect when they returned to one of the three offices of Myoptic Optometry in Portland, Oregon.

Shaking Hands and Air Travel Can Wait

Pop-up Poll respondents said that they're ready now to go to the dentist, the salon and use public restrooms.

OD Finds Effective Application for Telemedicine in Vision Therapy

This is part of a three-part series on NECO telemedicine. Read the rest of the stories here. Vision Therapy ­­­Sarah Williams, OD, assistant professor of specialty...
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