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Women in Academia: Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry Demonstrates a New Approach
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Is four years too long to earn a doctor of optometry degree? For some people it might be, and that’s one reason why the Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) is trying a new program that compresses the same education into a three-year program.

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Women in Academia: Women Closing in on 70 Percent of First-year Optometry Students
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The percentage of women entering North American schools and colleges of optometry is at the highest level seen in the nine years that Women In Optometry has been tracking the data. After three years of staying steady at 66 percent, the composition of women entering optometry school as the class of 2018 has jumped to 69 percent this fall.

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6 Tips for Effective Tech Delegation

A good technician can save you time,  increase revenue, accelerate your schedule and elevate your patients' perceptions of your practice.

7 Steps for Superb Staff Recruitment and Retention

Here's how to find the best new candidates while minimizing staff turnover.

Hormones and Ocular Health

Thyroid eye disease is complex and confounding. This comprehensive review connects the pathophysiology to its clinical presentation.

HR Headaches to Avoid

You do everything you can to keep your employees happy, but is your practice compliant with all current employment laws?

Income Survey: A Turn for the Better

Optometrists are earning more across the board, but private practice is 'the way to prosperity.'

Is Paraoptometric Certification Right for Your ...

Could your practice gain patients and respect with certified paraoptometric technicians? Or, is certification of techs even worth it?

In Pursuit of Emmetropia: Choosing from the ...

New surgical technology and procedures make it a viable prospect for more patients than ever. Here's an overview of the latest approaches.

IOL Advances: How to Discuss Them with Patients

You've got the knowledge you need to start the conversation. But it requires a delicate balance to avoid establishing the wrong expectations.

Postop Predicaments in Cataract Procedures

Three non-routine cataract cases showcase surgical advances and highlight increasing postoperative visual expectations.

Smooth Your Transition to EHR

It's been a shotgun wedding. Could a little more attention make it a happy marriage? Here's how to get through the rough patches.

When the Retina Reveals a Blood Disorder

The majority of anemias, hemoglobinopathies and hematological malignancies have retinal manifestations. Here's what you need to know when you see one.

Where Do You Stand on These Refractive Surgery ...

The good news: options abound. The bad news: ditto.

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Hormones and Ocular Health

Thyroid eye disease is complex and confounding. This comprehensive review connects the ...
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Syncing Up

A well-coordinated effort among everyone in the practice allows you to achieve more than ...
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Cloudy With a Chance of Lasers

When a post-cataract patient presents with blurred vision, YAG capsulotomy can swiftly ...
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HR Headaches to Avoid

You do everything you can to keep your employees happy, but is your practice compliant ...
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A Little More Than a Headache

A Little More Than a Headache
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Intra-op Astigmatism Correction

How do the options for management during cataract surgery compare?
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7 Steps for Superb Staff ...

Here's how to find the best new candidates while minimizing staff turnover.
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ALS: Beyond the Bucket

 The Ice Bucket Challenge was a sobering reminder of the deleterious effects of ...
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When the Retina Reveals a Blood Disorder

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Controlling Myopia, Changing Lives

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Neovascular Glaucoma: A Serious Secondary Condition

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Glaucoma on Trial: Clinical Implications of the Landmark Glaucoma Studies

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Decoding the Genetics of Corneal Disease

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Newer Approaches to Vitreomacular Interface Disorders

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The Hunt for Dry Eye Instigators

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Optometric Retina Society

Optometric Retina Society Newsletter aims to provide clinical updates in retinal disease for primary care optometrists. As part of this mission, the ORS organizes both annual meetings and a quarterly e-newsletter, through which the latest research and clinical findings are presented to attendees and readers.

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Optometric Glaucoma Society Newsletter strives to promote excellence in the care of patients with glaucoma through professional education and scientific investigation. Its objectives are to promote the education of health care professionals, to promote glaucoma research, to make this information accessible to health care professionals and the public, and to establish collaboration with other professional organizations.

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Optometric Physician Newsletter is a weekly e-journal edited by Art Epstein, O.D. It began in 2001 and discusses current optometric issues, research and industry news.

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