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Submissions open for Dr. Harvey Yamamoto Award


The graduating student with a winning essay will earn a $1,000 cash prize and a one-year membership to the American Optometric Society.


Submissions are now being accepted for the 3rd Annual Dr. Harvey Yamamoto Award, the American Optometric Society (AOS) announced.

A $1,000 cash prize will be awarded to a graduating optometry student, based on an original essay submission on the topic, “How can social media be used in the optometric practice to improve patient care and outcomes?” The winner will be presented with his or her check, plaque, and one-year paid membership in the AOS at the organization’s annual CE meeting, April 12-14.

For rules and additional information, contact Joel Rothschild at 805/768-4267 or Joel@optometricsociety.org.


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