Optometry & Visual Performance (OVP) is an international, peer reviewed journal dedicated to the advancement of the role of optometry in enhancing and rehabilitating visual performance. The mission of OVP is to increase the awareness and availability of clinically relevant information in functional, developmental, behavioral, and vision therapy aspects of optometry through an internet based, open access format. OVP is the effort of the Optometric Extension Program Foundation. To learn more click here.
Under the auspices of OEPF yearly regional 2-day Congresses are organized in various regions of the United States. These congresses provide participants with Continuous Education (CE) as well as a wide array of interesting topics.
Seminars are presented by professionals in the field and all presentations have been reviewed and approved by the Congressional Education Committee.
Typically, the Congresses are scheduled when the regional Congress committee learns of interest in certain topics.
Fred Brecheen, O.D.
Brecheen Learning & Vision Center
190 Civic Circle, Suite 100
Lewisville, TX 75067
972 221 2564
Robert Hohendorf, O.D.
Eastern States Conference
Northeast Congress of Optometry
Christa Roser Reading
Robert Wold Southern California Behavioral Vision Seminar
Southern California Regional Vision Therapists Forum
Heart of America
COLORADO VISION TRAINING CONFERENCE (CVTC)
Great Lakes Congress of Optometry
SouthWest Congress of Optometry
If you are interested in publishing with us, please contact Marc Taub for more information: email@example.com
Marc B, Taub, OD, MS
Professor and Chief of Vision Therapy & Rehabilitation, Southern College of Optometry
MS (Clinical Vision Research), Nova Southeastern University
BA (Env Sci), Washington University in STL
Clinical & research Focus: Pediatrics, ABI, Vision Therapy
Pamela Schnell, OD
BS 1996, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill OD 2001, Southern College of Optometry
Residence 2002, Pediatric Optometry
State University of New York College of Optometry
Assistant Professor, Southern College of Optometry
Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
Ms. Line Vreven