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Renee Brauns steps down as AOA associate executive director after 22 years

November 24, 2020

Integral to making the AOA the force for optometry it is today, Brauns is praised by volunteers and staff for her leadership, professionalism and dedication. The AOA remains positioned to continue powerful advocacy for optometry. Read More >

Integrating models of diabetic eye care

November 23, 2020

Early detection and treatment can reduce risk of blindness by 95%, yet a third of people with diabetes have diabetic retinopathy. More can be done, and that’s where upstream, integrated, value-based medicine aligns doctors and plans for the benefit of their patients. Read More >

AOA to FDA: Patients need guidance on risks of online vision apps

November 19, 2020

At Nov. 17 FDA workshop, doctors of optometry warn of a lack of communication regarding the safety of online vision tests. The AOA, which continues to educate the public on these mobile apps and to hold them accountable, offers its expertise. Read More >

AOA-backed DOC Access Act gains U.S. Senate companion

November 19, 2020

AOA turning up pressure on anti-patient, anti-doctor vision plan abuses with new U.S. Senate companion legislation. Read More >

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Covid -19 Michigan Webinars

April 27, 2020

Covid -19 is a pandemic affecting our current way of clinical practice for optometrist in Michigan, United States,and around the Globe. Read More >

Resources for O.D.'s Webinars

April 14, 2020

COVID - 19 Crisis Read More >

Poor Vision: A Barrier to Learning

September 4, 2019

A lot has changed over the years regarding the tools students use to learn; blackboards were replaced with whiteboards, which were then replaced by SMART Boards. Big Chief tablets changed to laptop computers. And coloring sheets changed to iPads. One tool used in the classroom that hasn't changed are children's eyes... Read More >


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