Jamie Kuzniar, OD


IKA Keratoconus Symposium: Elevating scleral lens fittings

Jamie Kuzniar, OD, discusses scleral lens fitting for patients with keratoconus at the IKA Keratoconus Symposium in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Kara Rickford, MS


Pearls on diagnosing and managing glaucoma for optometrists

Optometrists can play an important role in early detection, earlier surgical referral to experienced skillful surgeons, surveillance, and follow-up care for glaucoma patients.

Micaela Crowley, OD


Management of chronic allergic eye disease

Treatment should be adjusted based on disease severity.

Stephen Dellostritto, OD


Higher-order aberration correction with scleral lenses

When considering the best modality these lenses' stability are superior.

Rod W. Nowakowski, OD, PhD, FAAO


Navigating vision challenges in aviation

Optimizing eye care for pilots is crucial for safe flying.

neena james
Neena James, OD


My presbyopia story: How far would your patients go?

Physicians share tales of creative workarounds to cope with this condition.

Paul Smith


FDA approves low-dose pilocarpine hydrochloride 0.4% as a treatment for presbyopia

Qlosi (Orasis Pharmaceuticals) approved to treat presbyopia.

Devin Sasser, OD


AOA 2024: The AOSA and sharing the wealth of knowledge with optometric students

Devin Sasser, OD, gives an overview of a panel and breakout session that the American Optometric Student Association will be hosting at AOA's Optometry's Meeting.

Jacobi Cleaver, OD, FAAO


AOA 2024: The Black EyeCare Perspective on allyship in eye care

Jacobi Cleaver, OD, FAAO, gives an overview of a panel on allyship given by Black Eyecare Perspective at their event hosted at AOA 2024.

David S. Boyer, MD


Advances in treatment for geographic atrophy

This podcast provides a review of some of the key highlights from the Controversies in Modern Eye Care meeting held in April 2023. The program is designed for those who did not attend the live meeting and to help reinforce learnings for those who did.

Charissa Lee, OD, MBA, FAAO


AOA 2024: Implementing a DEI perspective from the chair

Charissa Lee, OD, MBA, FAAO weighs in on the important role a diversity, equity, and inclusion perspective can play in leadership roles in optometry.

Diana Chu, OD


Comanaging tears in Descemet membrane during cataract surgery

Postoperative scenario tracks potential complications.

Kristin O. Chapman, MD


The dropless future: SLT as a first-line treatment for glaucoma

Drop tolerance, adherence remain challenges for physicians and patients with glaucoma.

Miriam Korik, OD


You and Eye: Unearthing the true prevalence of keratoconus - with Andrew S. Morgenstern, OD, FAAO, FNAP

Andrew S. Morgenstern, OD, FAAO, FNAP, joins Dr. Korik to discuss a newly published study on the incidence of keratoconus among pediatric patients in a Chicago-based study. The pair also discuss the International Keratoconus Academy, and Morgenstern's experience working at Walter Reed Medical Center.

Andrew Pucker, OD, MS, PhD, FAAO


ARVO 2023: Lexitas presents its modified NEI scale

Andrew Pucker, OD, MS, PhD, FAAO, and George Magrath, MD, discuss Lexitas Pharma Services' work on modification of the National Eye Institute's corneal fluorescein staining scale.

Osama Said, OD


Advancing multifocal contact lens design with biometry

Osama Said, OD, details the advancements made to multifocal contact lenses, and what biometric considerations clinicians undertake for their patients.

Mike Hennessy Sr, Founder and Chairman, MJH Life Sciences


9 months of COVID vaccine innovation

The speed at which the COVID-19 vaccine was developed is the medical breakthrough of our lifetimes.

Paul Hahn, MD, PhD


Paul Hahn, MD, PhD, shares insights on pegcetacoplan versus avacincaptad pegol in patients with geographic atrophy

Paul Hahn, MD, PhD, shared insights on research comparing the relative efficacy of pegcetacoplan versus avacincaptad pegol in patients with geographic atrophy presented at the 2023 ASRS annual meeting.

Corporate Optometry


Beyond the podium: Thought leadership in optometry is evolving

Corporate Optometry shares pearls on becoming a though leader in optometry.

Oliver Kuhn-Wilken
Oliver Kuhn-Wilken, OD


A practical guide to the best of the current multifocal IOLs

Managing patient expectations is key to selecting the best lens

W. Lloyd Clark, MD


Achieving improved outcomes through partnerships between optometrists and retina specialists

Considerations in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema.

Easy Anyama


VEW 2023: How — and how not — to use AI in eye care

Easy Anyama shares key takeaway points from "Vision care in the age of ChatGPT" and "Advances in AI and diagnosis for BIPOC populations" at Vision Expo West 2023 in Las Vegas.

Anita Gulmiri, OD, FAAO


AAOpt 2022: Comanagement helps elevate the full holistic standard of care for the patient

Alexis G. Malkin, OD, FAAO, and Anita Gulmiri, OD, FAAO, share highlights from their presentation, "Intersection of low vision and contact lens: unique examples of co-management," which they presented during AAOpt 2022.

Jack Phu, OD, MPH, PhD


AAOpt 2022: Visual fields in 2022

Jack Phu, OD, MPH, PhD, with UNSW Sydney, discusses key takeaways from his AAOpt 2022 presentation that looked at visual fields in 2022.

Jennifer Tsai, OD


VEE 2023: Starting the dual-wear conversation with patients

Jennifer Tsai, OD, tells us how to start the conversation with patients about dual-wear, and the benefits of this from the patient and provider perspective.

Alexandra Ward, VP of content


Ocular findings of COVID-19

COVID-19 affects every part of the eye, front to back.

Mandy Sallach, OD


AOA 2024: Making vision possible together for the next generation with Johnson & Johnson

Mandy Sallach, OD, overviews initiatives being taken on by the company to combat pediatric myopia.

Gary Y. Chu, OD, MPH, FAAO


Technology for optometry post COVID-19

ODs who utilize technology will advance modern optometric care.

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