The American Academy of Ophthalmology is the largest national membership association of Eye M.D.s



The American Optometric Association represents approximately 36,000 doctors of optometry, optometry students and paraoptometric assistants and technicians.



The mission of the Armed Forces Optometric Society is to advance, enhance, and improve the eye care of designated federal services health care beneficiaries given by optometrists in federal service; to provide a forum for these optometrists; to improve the art and science of the practice of optometry and to elevate the standards of the practice



The Association of Regulatory Boards of Optometry (ARBO) is the federation of state, provincial, and territorial boards of optometry throughout North America.



The American Board of Opticianry (ABO) and the National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE) are national, non-profit organizations which administer voluntary certification examinations for dispensing opticians and contact lens technicians



The National Academy of Opticianry “The Academy” is an international organization dedicated solely to education and training for ALL opticians.



Founded in 1941, the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO) is a non-profit education association representing the interests of optometric education



Optical Training Institute is a national provider of exam preparation and continuing education for opticians and ophthalmic medical personnel.




The International Council of Ophthalmology works with ophthalmologic societies and others to enhance ophthalmic education and improve access to the highest quality eye care in order to preserve and restore vision for the people of the world.




We are the worldwide organisation for the professionals working in the field of optometry, their associations and institutions.




Since 1909, the Ontario Association of Optometrists (OAO) has been dedicated to helping our member optometrists provide the highest standard of eye health and vision care.




To advance human progress through research and education on vision, the visual process, and clinical care.




The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) is a non-profit, international membership association of eye care professionals including optometrists, optometry students, and vision therapists.  



The mission of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery is to advance the art and science of ophthalmic surgery and the knowledge and skills of ophthalmic surgeons. It does so by providing clinical and practice management education and by working with patients, government, and the medical community to promote the delivery of quality eye care.



To enhance and promote the leadership role of women in the ophthalmic industry through networking and peer support. 



Women of Vision (WOV) is newly formed professional organization designed to create opportunities for educating, mentoring, and networking and dedicated to helping women optometrists be proactive in defining themselves. 



The Contact Lens Manufacturers Association (CLMA), organized in 1961, is made up of contact lens laboratories and material, solution and equipment manufacturers in the United States and abroad. 



MAFO – The Conference 2011 is the twelfth conference dedicated to the professionals of the ophthalmic business which is organized by the publisher of MAFO – Ophthalmic Labs & Industry.



The Arizona Optometric Association is committed to helping optometrists in Arizona serve the welfare of the citizens of Arizona and promoting the profession of optometry.



The American Board of Optometry was incorporated in 2009 to oversee the process for board certification of optometry. Board Certification and Maintenance of Certification for optometry will become a means of demonstrating ongoing clinical competence independent of established licensing and regulatory boards. Board Certification will not confer legal qualification, privilege or license to practice optometry.



Founded in 1922, the American Academy of Optometry is committed to promoting the art and science of vision care through lifelong learning.



The information service of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society



The Optical Laboratories Association (OLA) is an international business association founded in 1894 to serve the needs of the optical laboratory industry.



The purpose of ASOPRS is to advance education, research, and the quality of clinical practice in the fields of aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery specializing in the face, orbits, eyelids, and lacrimal system.


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