Happy New Year 2015 from our entire OptometryStudents.com team! From optometry students to optometrists and everyone involved in our wonderful profession, we’d like to thank you for making 2014 the best year yet for OptometryStudents.com! Our team works throughout the year to bring content that will help you get the most out of your optometry school experience while staying involved in the profession outside of school walls. We’ve listed below our top ten most read articles from 2014. They include study tips and advice for getting through school, clinical pearls, some much needed comedic relief from the rigors of class and exams, the famous “retina selfie,” and much more fantastic content. We’d love for you to contribute and write for us in 2015, so don’t hesitate to submit your articles to us!
Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2014:
1. 24 Hilarious Signs You’re in Optometry School – Sylvester Nguyen, NOVA 2016
2. Retina “Selfie” video captured with cell phone! – Enrique Palacios, SCO 2016
3. Think You’ll Be a Good Optometrist? 5 Things to Consider – Sylvester Nguyen, NOVA 2016
4. 25 Signs It’s Your First Day of Clinic – Joan Browne, PUCO 2015
5. 7 Things I Wish I Had Known as a First Year Optometry Student – Alyssa Keating, NOVA 2016
6. Top 10 Vision Therapy Activities Every Optometry Student Should Know – Sandy Tran, WUCO 2014
7. Tips for Your Eye Makeup-Wearing Patient – Alyssa Keating, NOVA 2016
8. A Guide to Optometry School in Australia and New Zealand – Laura Elissa Carson, Deakin 2015
9. Choose the Correct Gonioscopy Mirror Using Your Thumb! – Joan Browne, PUCO 2015
10. How to Write a Prescription: A Quick Reference Guide – Joan Browne, PUCO 2015
Below are 3 more articles with some great clinical content…I couldn’t resist not sharing them with you!
11. Super Pinhole: When Potential Acuity Meter Not Available – Tyler Phan, WUCO 2014
12. The 5 R’s of Glaucomatous Optic Nerve and RNFL Evaluation – Joan Browne, PUCO 2015
13. Horner’s Syndrome: Rare and Possibly Life Threatening Causes – Part 1: Overview – Jade McLachlin, Pre-Optometry
Thank you to all those who read articles or submitted your own, we look forward to 2015!