Boston, MA May 2, 2017 New England College of Optometry and PlatformQ Health to host three live, online sessions in May and July, covering…
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It makes me smile to see the look on my students' faces when they finally master a skill they've been working on. It's what all teachers enjoy most, the "Ah ha!" moment when the clinical skills and classroom knowledge blend together.
Beth Harper, OD, Clinical Faculty
As technological innovations continue to enrich the field of optometry, it is imperative for our students to be at the forefront of promoting the best and the most advanced patient care.
Elena Z. Biffi, OD, MSc, Assistant Professor of Optometry
One of my greatest goals is that my interns/future doctors would understand that they are looking at a whole person and not just their eyes. In any clinical rotation, they can learn to not just take care of someone's vision, but to also take into account their other medical and social issues with an interdisciplinary approach. They may be the only friendly face that the patient sees that day, or they may need that extra push to take care of their diabetes.
Amy Moy, OD, Clinical Faculty; Chief Clinical Officer, New England Eye
All I ask from students is that they contemplate the enormous responsibility that accompanies the knowledge and skills they are gaining as a result of their optometric education. From that starting point, the path to becoming an impactful doctor is clear.
Erik Weissberg, OD, Director of Clinical Education