Why Optometry?

In response to WHO’s Global Action Plan for the Prevention of Avoidable Blindness and Visual Impairment 2014 – 2019, Why Optometry provides the case for delivering high quality, advanced and equitable eye health and vision care for patients worldwide.

A Global Competency-Based Model of Scope of Practice in Optometry

This model provides a rational framework for addressing the challenges of increased practitioner mobility across international borders and the need to promote greater harmonization of optometric education.

Advocacy

Uncorrected Refractive Error and cataracts are overwhelmingly the leading causes of avoidable blindness throughout the world. WCO is in a great position to advocate on behalf of patients to governments and other bodies for timely access and appropriate care.

Nominate a VOSH Colleague for these Prestigious Awards!

  Please consider nominating a worthy recipient for VOSH/International’s highest honors, to be presented at the VOSH Annual Meeting October 13, 2018 in Montreal, Canada.   HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD: Honors an individual who has distinguished him or herself during the year by bringing eye care to underserved populations. The award recognizes a VOSH member who, during the year, has improved visual

Call for Abstracts for Academy 2018 San Antonio Scientific Program

The Scientific Program Committee of the American Academy of Optometry invites the submission of abstracts for Academy 2018 San Antonio, to be held Wednesday, November 7 through Saturday, November 10. The Academy’s Scientific Program offers scientists, educators, and clinicians the opportunity to exchange the latest information in optometry and vision science in two formats, research