WO Voices

By Jobson Healthcare

Welcome to WO Voices, a podcast series from Women In Optometry, featuring women ODs and others who talk about some aspect of practice, business, career choices, family, volunteer interests, leadership in the profession and more. WO Voices is a chance to share ideas within the WO community and beyond. It’s another platform to bring women’s voices in the profession to the fore. If you’d like to join us on a podcast episode, we’d love to hear from you.

  1. 1.
    Dr. Lilan Le: New Model for Eye Care Focuses on Convenience and Speed
    20:13
  2. 2.
    Dr. Brianna Rhue and Dr. Jennifer Tabiza: Keep Patients Engaged—All the Way Through Contact Lens Orders
    28:27
  3. 3.
    Dr. Ruth Shoge: Why Diversity and Inclusion Matter For Everyone
    28:13
  4. 4.
    Dr. Melissa Barnett and Daddi Fadel: The Global Experience in Specialty and Scleral Contact Lenses
    26:19
  5. 5.
    Dr. Hardeep Kataria: Find Your Inner Negotiator
    27:34
  6. 6.
    The Empowered OD: Dr. Mary Anne Murphy - Embrace Change
    23:17
  7. 7.
    The Empowered OD: Dr. Selina McGee - Make Every Word Count
    23:01
  8. 8.
    The Empowered OD: Dr. Neena James - Leading an Empowered Staff
    26:21
  1. 9.
    Kirsty Bortoft: Feeling Stressed? Here's Help
    19:45
  2. 10.
    Dr. Leslie O'Dell: The Opportunity in Medical Services
    23:29
  3. 11.
    Maggie Craddock: Sensing When It's Time for the Lifeboat
    22:40
  4. 12.
    Dr. Angela Abraham: At the Intersection of Social Justice and Eye Care
    24:53
  5. 13.
    Dr. Hannah Cho: Creating a Model for Launching Multiple Practices
    25:31
  6. 14.
    Dr. Elise Brisco: Dr. Brisco's Beauty and the Beast - Taming Dry Eyes
    24:19
  7. 15.
    Maggie Craddock: Our Emotional Relationship With Money
    19:18
  8. 16.
    Dr. Michele Andrews: Introducing the Myopia Management Conversation
    19:53
  9. 17.
    Dr. Linda Chous: Could Coronavirus-Related Stress Result in More Increased Nonorganic Vision Loss?
    22:00
  10. 18.
    Dr. Melissa Barnett and Dr. Stephanie Woo: The Thrill of a Specialty Lens Practice
    22:38
  11. 19.
    Dr. Jennifer Stewart: How Crisis Creates Innovation
    20:52
  12. 20.
    Dr. Bridgitte Shen Lee: Reopening
    22:50
  13. 21.
    Dr. Kelechi Mezu-Nnabue: Routine Eye Care and Foundation Work On Hold; Planning Ahead
    22:09
  14. 22.
    Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth: The Primary Importance of Primary Eye Care
    25:07
  15. 23.
    Dr. Cheryl Murphy: Dealing With Coronavirus Uncertainty - One Day at a Time
    20:36
  16. 24.
    Dr. Monica Johnsonbaugh: How Opening a Practice Let Me Shave 15 Years Off My Student Loan
    19:39
  17. 25.
    Dr. Susan Resnick and Dr. Viola Kanevsky: Can a Cash-pay Practice Work for You?
    26:33
  18. 26.
    Dr. Debby Feinberg: The Need for Neurovisual Optometry Is Huge
    22:15
  19. 27.
    Dr. Melanie Weiss: Being Clean and Sober Is an Amazing Feeling (Part 2)
    21:22
  20. 28.
    Dr. Melanie Weiss: Battling an Opioid Addiction (Part 1)
    19:30
  21. 29.
    Dr. Emily Bjore: $400K in Combined Student Loan Debt Is Gone
    19:48
  22. 30.
    Dr. Michele Andrews: Recognizing Leadership Opportunities
    20:02
  23. 31.
    Dr. Nadia Virani: Perspectives from Inside the OMD Office
    19:37
  24. 32.
    Dr. Jennifer Stewart: Part of the Team
    22:17
  25. 33.
    Dr. Whitney Hauser: Clinical Protocols Are Like a Roadmap
    18:52
  26. 34.
    Dr. Julie Steinhauer: Giving Vision Therapy a Boost Through Syntonic Phototherapy
    22:40
  27. 35.
    Angela Fisher Aprahamian: Don't Push Recalls Off
    17:06
  28. 36.
    Dr. Sally Halim: How Training for a Triathlon Helps Sharpen Practice Skills
    20:47
  29. 37.
    Dr. Millicent Knight: Finding Leadership Opportunities Where They Arise
    20:31
  30. 38.
    Dr. Meg Richardson: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
    22:06
  31. 39.
    Dr. Nicole Trabuc: Running a Practice Their Way
    21:15
  32. 40.
    Dr. Samantha Hornberger: "Sales" Is Not a Dirty Word
    19:39
  33. 41.
    Dr. Carol Alexander: Leadership Matters
    20:39
  34. 42.
    Dr. Michelle Ahumada: Not the Practice-opening Sequence She Expected, But the One That Worked
    19:35
  35. 43.
    Dr. Kimberly Friedman: The Value of Balance
    20:59
  36. 44.
    Dr. Lori Grover and Dr. Melissa Zaleski: Engaging in the Profession
    26:09
  37. 45.
    Dr. Julie Tyler: Academic Careers Brings Expected and Unexpected Opportunities
    21:14
  38. 46.
    Dr. Caroline Guerrero Cauchi: You Can Make Myopia Management Part of Your Practice
    20:04
  39. 47.
    Dr. Rachael Wruble: Negotiate for the Win-win
    24:22
  40. 48.
    Dr. Athena Brasfield: Success in a Low-income Area
    22:54
  41. 49.
    Dr. Lori Grover: Low-value and High-value Services
    22:37
  42. 50.
    Dr. Jenny Coyle: Educating Tomorrow's OD
    23:46

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