“Have eye chart, will travel” read the headline in the San Francisco Chronicle’s story about the School of Optometry’s Home Visit Program, which serves physically or cognitively impaired patients where they live.  With a doctor overseeing what they do, optometry students give basic but excellent care — regular eye exams and beyond — and learn about building trust relationships and adapting to a wide variety of environments outside of the clinic.

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Categories: Featured in eGrad: April 2011, Headlines

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