Other than being fuelled by pure passion and an undying love for all things optometry, how can you extend the longevity of your enjoyable optometry career?
Embracing technology can benefit both your practice and your patients.
When building and growing your practice, it will take time and effort to establish a referrer’s network and see results. Here are some tips.
Clinical reasoning is a crucial soft skill for those involved in optometry. Read this article to know more about how to assess and improve this skill.
Burnout in optometry & other areas of healthcare is closely related to feelings that you can’t provide the level of care that you desire. Read more here.
Well-developed soft skills can be the differentiating factor between a patient returning to your care for decades to come versus never showing their face again.
Some steps can be taken to reduce patient non-compliance. Find some tips from this blog, including how to persuade them to follow advice for their own benefit.
These are some strategies to consider that may help minimise the impact of patients failing to turn up for their appointments.
You need to implement strategies to help your patients to remember and follow their treatment