How to become a bilingual practice

Communication with patients is vital to explaining procedures, gathering patient information and providing proper treatment. A bilingual practice can seal the deal for patients seeking health care providers.Read more >

March 13, 2019

‘Lyme’ light focuses on notorious tickborne disease

Do you know the ocular signs of Lyme disease? It’s uncommon, but Lyme disease can affect the eyes in different ways. With tick season around the corner—and becoming more widespread—consider this refresher course.Read more >

March 11, 2019

The Future is Female

From optometry school lecture halls to private optometric practices across the country to the AOA Board of Trustees, women are better represented in optometry than ever before.Read more >

March 7, 2019

AOA’s 74th president, profession leader dies

Donald E. Jarnagin, O.D., AOA’s 74th president and Arizona Optometric Association past president, died Sunday, March 3. Colleagues remember his caring personality and distinguished career.Read more >

March 6, 2019

Bringing care to communities

Apply now for grants to assist in improving awareness about healthy eyes and expanding access to care in underserved populations.Read more >

March 4, 2019

Remind patients to practice healthy contact lens habits during travel and vacations

Provide contact lens wearers with a packing list to protect their eyes.Read more >

March 4, 2019

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