The AOA House of Delegates got underway on the second day of Optometry’s Meeting® with reports from the AOA president and executive director on the state of the association.
Meeting adjourns after four days of expert-led continuing education, important association business and invigorating networking by nearly 4,000 doctors of optometry, optometric students and paraoptometrics in Chicago.
The four-day 2022 Optometry’s Meeting® kicked off Wednesday with celebration of members of the profession, innovative educational opportunities and a call for advocacy for scope expansion in states.
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There is only one week left to take advantage of early-bird registration rates for Optometry’s Meeting®, June 15-18, in Chicago.
The annual public health observance is happening just before a new phase of the AOA’s Eye Deserve More campaign kicks off this spring, but you don’t have to wait to participate.
It takes a village: Optometry’s Meeting® courses emphasize doctors’ roles on interdisciplinary care teams
Register now for Optometry’s Meeting®, June 15-18, to get your pick of 150 expert-led courses for doctors of optometry, optometry students and paraoptometrics at the profession’s premier event.
Optometry’s Meeting® offers innovative courses for doctors of optometry, students and paraoptometrics—and registration is now open!
Do you have unique clinical cases or optometric research? Submit your abstracts by Feb. 14 for the AOA’s newly reconfigured ePoster Session before and during Optometry’s Meeting® in Chicago.
Generous donations from EssilorLuxottica and CooperVision for Hurricane Ida relief were recommitted to Optometry’s Fund for Disaster Relief in 2022 in response to year-end severe weather.