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Women in the News – April 2024

Women In Optometry regularly recognizes the awards and accomplishments of women ODs in the profession and in their communities in the “Women in the News”...

Making Eye Care Accessible and Convenient

What Hayley Williams, OD, wanted after her 2018 graduation from the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry was a place where...

Two Influential Partners Spearhead New Collective Effort

On April 23, CooperVision and the American Optometric Association (AOA) launched The Myopia Collective, a partnership to rally the optometry profession and its allies to elevate the standard of...

Today’s Data and Treatment Options Set Stage for Including Myopia Management...

For Erin Tomiyama, OD, MS, PhD, FAAO, her research and clinical interests intersect with myopia and the astigmatic patient. After earning her optometry degree...

Dr. Caitlin Reghetti: Supporting Patient Education With a Great Design

On her LinkedIn page, Caitlin Reghetti, OD, calls herself an ocular health literacy designer. It's a specialized role that brings together her interests in...

Advocates for Optometry on Capitol Hill

More than 500 optometrists and students gathered for the American Optometric Association’s AOA on the Hill on April 15 and 16 to advocate for...

Beacon Optometry: Beachy Eye Care in SoCal

Anika Ramolia, OD, spent more than a decade working for corporate and private ODs. But two years ago, a health scare and a strong...

WO Board Perspectives: Handling Difficult Conversations

You never know when a difficult conversation will happen. They can pop up urgently or be those discussions that you know you need to...

Meet the Student Advisory Board: Abby Wilhelmi, ICO

Abby Wilhelmi grew up in Beach, North Dakota, a town of about 1,000 people—“ironic, I realize, considering North Dakota is about as landlocked as...

OD’s Plea to the Universe for Help Lands Precisely at Another...

When Grace Kim, OD, wrote a heartfelt plea last year saying that her husband needed a kidney to survive, she hoped maybe the message...
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