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Amplify your optometry school experience and see what it means to get involved in our profession as the annual AOSA/AOA conference, Optometry’s Meeting, comes to the Music City, June 19-22, 2024. Optometry’s Meeting provides students a four-day, immersive experience in career development, clinical and practice management skill building, professional networking and advocacy alongside optometry’s leaders. …

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Help Improve Optometry, Help Puerto Rico

By: Dr. O. A. Negrón The U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is the last and only jurisdiction of the United States of America where licensed Doctors of Optometry are not allowed to use therapeutic pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of ocular health conditions in their patients. Imagine yourself graduating from Optometry School and passing all parts …

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AOA Administers Free Vision Evaluations at Junior Olympics

By: Danielle Kalberer SUNY 2014 From July 29-31, 2011 I was part of a group of 40 optometrists and students of optometry representing the American Optometric Association Sports Vision Section who performed free vision evaluations for athletes competing in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior Olympics in New Orleans, LA.   The goal of the …

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NYSOA Helps To Shut Down New Drivers License Policy

NYSOA teams up with advisory group of health to put brakes on new policy allowing drivers to renew license without vision assessment in New York. By: Antonio Chirumbolo SUNY 2013 On September 26th 2011, the New York sate DMV implement a new policy (click here for NYS press release) that would eliminate the requirement for …

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InfantSEE – From an Optometry Student's Point of View

By: Clint Sugnet SUNY 2013 So you’re in optometry school. You’re juggling didactic material with clinical skills, textbooks and retinoscopes, all while managing life skills, and in the spare time, a social life. You’re trying to make your way through school to become the best clinician possible, reading the latest and greatest in optometric journals …

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Optometry’s Meeting 2011 – What an experience!

This article was written by the best and brightest optometry students out there in our profession. The OptometryStudents.com team was responsible for crafting this article that is more of a collage of different views crafted into one masterpiece of student perspective. As senior editor of OptometryStudents.com, I tip my hat to the writers of this article who …

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Q&A Session with Dr. Tony Carnevali, OD

By: Thai Nguyen – WesternU Class of 2013 After having the privilege of learning from Dr. Tony Carnevali on the California OD laws as a guest lecturer at Western University, and knowing the fact that for the past 35+ years, Dr. Carnevali has fought many political battles for the preservation and advancement of the optometric profession, …

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