Eye Health Advocacy: How Social Accountability Can Impact Eye Care Access For All, by Anguyo Dralega, AFCO. His presentation is below.
Optometric Education, ISSN 1933-8880, a peer reviewed, national and international publication of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry, is published online three times during the academic year. Its circulation includes all of the accredited optometric educational institutions in the United States, as well as students, practitioners, government leaders, and others in the health sciences and education. Its readership also extends to numerous optometry schools outside the United States.
Optometry in Practice is the Continuing Education (CET) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) journal of the College of Optometrists in the UK. Optometry in Practice was launched in 1999 and is published quarterly. The articles are commissioned, authoritative reviews of key topics of practical relevance to optometrists in community and in hospital practice. It has developed a reputation for high quality CET which complements its association with the professional body - the College of Optometrists.
Articles are peer reviewed and well referenced. Approximately 7 UK CET points are available from each issue. This is predominantly a journal for optometrists, although accreditation for contact lens opticians and dispensing opticians is often available.
SJOVS considers original papers, reviews and other scientific articles that deal with any aspect of visual science, physiological optics, clinical optometry and applied matters relevant to the practice and application of optometry.
The material may be experimental, observational, theoretical or historical in nature, and case studies are also of interest. While emphasis is given to matters of importance to optometrists and vision scientists, many of the topics discussed are of interest to visual psychologists, physiologists, and others concerned with the development, use and restoration of vision.
The Journal of Optometry is the scientific peer-reviewed publication of the Spanish General Council of Optometrists (www.cnoo.es) Audience of J Optom includes Optometrists, Ophthalmologists and Visual Scientists as well as undergraduate and post-graduate students in these fields.
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