March 25th 2023
A look back on what happened in optometry during the week of March 20-March 24.
February 7th 2023
AAOpt 2022: A collaborative approach to pediatric keratoconus offers positive patient outcomesOctober 26th 2022
Christina Twardowski, OD, FAAO, and Erin D. Stahl, MD, share highlights from their discussion titled, "A collaborative approach to pediatric keratoconus," which they presented during the 2022 American Academy of Optometry meeting.
Study: Abnormal ophthalmologic findings in pediatric and adolescent patientsOctober 18th 2022
Awareness of visual impairment in clinical practice is suboptimal, and adherence to ophthalmologic evaluation needs to be improved. The prospective cohort study in the Netherlands included 170 children aged 0 to 18 years with a newly diagnosed brain tumor.
Impact of vision impairment on children’s mental healthAugust 12th 2022
Studies conducted with Orbis International conclude positive mental health and academic improvements of children provided appropriate eye care and glasses, filling important research gaps and providing essential guidance for future interventions and research.
The whens and hows of correcting refractive errors in infants and childrenJune 16th 2022
Correcting refractive errors in infants and toddlers differs from that in adults. Ida Chung, OD, MS, FCOVD, FAAO, walks optometrists through the pearls and pitfalls of prescribing for this patient population.
Ashok Kuruganti joins EyeCare4Kids boardFebruary 8th 2022
Mr. Kuruganti’s role on the board will include outreach to many in the software and tech industries, as well as offering expert advice to the organization as EyeCare4Kids expands services both on a domestic and international level.