Should Opticians or Technicians Be Performing Subjective Examinations With Automated Technology? by: Merrill D. Bowan, O.D. Neurodevelopmental Optometrist Director, The Learning Clinic Information without education is meaningless. To have visual exam data at hand without an adequate grounding in how to use it – or even, how to properly acquire it – is either meaningless, … Continue reading "All Visual Exams Are Not Created Equal"
Lewin Survey Finds Large Optometry Surpluses: An Editorial Analysis Kenneth J Myers, Ph.D, OD October 1, 2014 ODwire.org members may comment on this article here Lewin Finds: Optometrists Total 39,600 in 2012 Optometry Surplus of 12,672 in 2012 Future Shortages of Ophthalmologists Replacing Ophthalmologists with Optometrists Still Leaves Large Optometry Surpluses Supply of Eye Care … Continue reading "Lewin Survey Finds Large Optometry Surpluses: An Editorial Analysis"
The Optometry Surplus: A Quantitative Determination Of Excess Densities Kenneth J. Myers, Ph.D., O.D. President, American Board of Certification in Medical Optometry Director Emeritus, Optometry Service, Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C. June, 2014 Myers.firstname.lastname@example.org Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. Future Surplus Numbers 3. Purpose of Study 4. Methodology, Parameters Determining Density, Past … Continue reading "The Optometry Surplus: A Quantitative Determination of Excess Densities"