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This article is part of our School in Focus series, written by Christine Morra (Class of 2016, SUNY AOSA Trustee).…Read More...
The Unconventional Optometrist: Eye Care Behind Bars
Oct 12, 2014 | BY Adrienne Chan
CooperVision Adopt-a-Patient Program Winner! YOU Should be Next!
Sep 30, 2014 | BY Ben Emer
Optometry Scope of Practice & Legislation in North Carolina
Sep 22, 2014 | BY hdwhyte
I think every 3rd year optometry student who could use an extra $10,000, am I right? Take advantage of this opportunity and apply to possibly be awarded the Bernard Maitenaz Scholarship, established by Essilor and final entries will be judged by the Optometry Cares AOA Foundation….Read More...
2013 World Sight Day Challenge Winner: Alexis Keeling
Sep 14, 2014 | BY Apoorva Jinka
Thanks to UCBSO AOSA Trustee Alex Chow for writing this article as part of our Legislative Series!
For years the Optometric Physicians of Washington (OPW) has worked continuously and tirelessly to protect and expand the optometric scope of practice inWashington State. The resulting scope of practice is outlined by RCW 18.53.010….
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Sep 27, 2014 | BY Joan Browne
September 2014 Student in Focus: Western’s Ashley Suplee
Sep 4, 2014 | BY Joan Browne
Optometry’s Meeting 2014 Instagram Contest Winner!
Aug 9, 2014 | BY Ben Emer
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