Tag Archives: Career Advice

A Complete Guide to Eyeglass World Subleases

Complete Guide to Eyeglass World Subleases

This is a sponsored post by National Vision, proud supporters of NewGradOptometry and new graduate optometrists 😎 Introduction In the 2018 Corporate Optometry survey conducted by CovalentCareers, 32.7% of optometry students who indicated that they were unlikely to choose corporate optometry as a preferred practice modality stated that the main …

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Pathways to Leadership in Corporate Optometry

Becoming a leader in the eyecare industry extends well beyond clinical expertise, and taking the leap from clinician to practice CEO and beyond is something you have to actively work toward. We sat down with some of the biggest names in optometry including Denise Mogil, OD, Carl Spear, OD, Artis …

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How To Become a Contact Lens Specialist

Melissa Barnett OD

Dr. Melissa Barnett discusses how to become a contact lens specialist or identify opportunities for specialization by leveraging your passions. There are many specialties in optometry – from vision therapy, to dry eye, specialty contact lenses, pediatrics, and countless other areas you can focus on or build a practice around. …

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Patient Communication Tips for Optometrists

Mario di Cosmo OD

Dr. Mario Di Cosmo shares patient communication tips for optometrists. Communication is everything. When it comes to communication in your practice and with patients, effective communication should begin with building a personal connection with the patient. By building a personal connection, this will allow you to speak their language, and …

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The Average Workday as a Corporate Optometrist

The Average Workday as a Corporate Optometrist

This is a sponsored post by National Vision, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Most new graduates have heard the advice “don’t be a corporate optometrist” from their respective optometry school, because of stories of the patient load, stigma from colleagues, lack of diagnoses/treatment, and many other reasons. …

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