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The research suggests that eye health and vision correction as an issue reaches the vast majority of Canadians.
Canadians placed the highest level of priority on the eye care of Canadians when compared to dental and hearing care, and a majority believe that both the federal and provincial governments should have a role in eye health.
Submission to the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation: https://opto.ca/document/submission-to-dr-naylor-december-2014-final
CAO Position Statement Evidence-Based Decision Making in Optometry
Report Card: Evaluating Workplace Supports and Health Management
Le programme annuel de bourses du FFOCE pour 2016
The overarching goal of the research is to understand the human truths underpinning Canadian’s attitudes and behaviours towards eye care.
Low vision rehabilitation research is a quickly growing area, due in part to the increase in the demand for services geared at older adults with age-related vision loss.
CJO
The Canadian Journal of Optometry is CAO’s premier publication.  With an open rate of 94% (member survey 2013) it is easily one of our best ways to share information with members.