Outlook

Introduction to the issue and commentary on recent trends in the profession. By Jack Persico, Editor-in-Chief

The Unkindest Cut

A leading surgical society uses its antipathy toward optometry as a selling point, limiting its own prospects.
05/15/2019

Regaining Vision

Helping people see clearly is in optometry’s DNA. What can we do to make it more central to your day?
04/15/2019

In Between Days

The defeat of the Arkansas expansion bill is more a delay of the inevitable rather than an outright failure.
03/15/2019

‘Further Research is Needed’

It’s both a mantra and a cliché—and also an important reminder to practicing clinicians.
02/15/2019

Be Farsighted About Myopia

Consider it a disease, not a trait. And then treat it like any other pathology.
01/15/2019

Minor Surgery, Major Progress

Some ODs are quietly dropping the ‘co’ from ‘surgical comanagement.’ And they just got a surprise new ally.
12/15/2018

The Revolution that Wasn't

Expect artificial intelligence to come to optometry gradually. In fact, it’s already here.
11/20/2018

A Death in the Family

Everyone who knew Frank Fontana was enriched by our connection to him. We’re all going to miss him dearly.
10/15/2018

No More Fun and Games

Digital device use is in the crosshairs of new efforts to curb myopia and protect the retina.
09/15/2018

A Tale of Two States

The battle in Oklahoma shows just how far optometry has come, and how much it has to lose.
08/15/2018

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2019 Conference Planner

Review of Optometry is pleased to offer this annual guide to live educational events for this year, ranging from local one-day seminars to the national meetings that span multiple days.

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