New editor-in-chief of AAO’s Optometry and Vision Science journal brings over a decade of experience
David Elliott, PhD, FCOptom, FAAO, comes to Optometry and Vision Science after over a decade of leading the success of Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics.
Applications open for AAOF Allison Summers Pediatric Pilot Grant Program
Those interested and eligible should submit their letter of intent by May 1, 2023.
AAO, AAOF announce 2022 award recipients
Results are in for this year's award recipients!
AAO launches search for new CEO; appoints interim CEO
Current CFO Richard Jones named as interim CEO throughout the search.
AAO announces recipients of 2022 ARVO Student Travel Fellowship Grant
Five recipients will receive funding to atttend this years ARVO meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Alex Nixon, OD, MS, FAAO presents J&J Vision findings from new myopia research at AAO
New research explores visual symptoms and their impact in children wearing soft contact lenses for myopia control
Topical oxymetazoline 0.1% and upper lid elevation: An overview with Shane Foster, OD
Topical oxymetazoline HCL ophthalmic solution 0.1% (RVL-1201, RVL Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) provides significant improvement in upper eyelid elevation for ptosis patients
The next frontier of presbyopia treatments
As the number of presbyopia patients continues to grow, so do their visual demands.
How to manage early cataract surgery complications
Review treatment options for both early and late complications of cataract surgery.
Ocular findings of COVID-19
COVID-19 affects every part of the eye, front to back.
The optometrist’s role in diagnosing and treating hypertension
ODs have the rare opportunity to engage as well as educate patients on hypertension.
How to utilize motivational interviewing in patient communications
Communication styles to adapt to an optometric setting
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