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A Call for Submissions/Ideas

Posted By Gnomes Behind the Curtain, Friday, September 21, 2012

Good Morning Ladies and Gents!

Today we would like to discuss the future direction(s) of this blog. Did you know that last week’s article was the 30th weekly posting?! There have been so many great stories told, comments made, ideas shared!

This is a blog platform for ophthalmic photographers by ophthalmic photographers (or better known as the Jacks and Jills of ophthalmic imaging). What do YOU want to read about? What do YOU want to write about?

We here, behind the scenes of the OPS blog factory, have been giving some serious thought to this…

There have been many stories shared about individual beginnings and journeys. I love reading about these (do you?).

Would you all find value reading more about:       

- Each other’s goals and dreams in ophthalmology?          

- Stories or experiences while on the job (omitting patient identifiers of course)?          

- Stories or experiences you have had socially because of your rather unique career choice?        

- Other ways you utilize your photography, or other job related skills, outside of your 8-5 (lol - hardly!) daily jobs?

Please let us know what you think of this and please pass along any ideas you have for this blog – we will be watching for your thoughts!




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Tags:  blog  education  Interactive  Meaningful Use  PDC  Professional Development Committee 

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Paul D. Crown CRA OCT-C says...
Posted Wednesday, June 1, 2016
There's been talk frequently over the past couple years that I've been working as an Ophthalmic Photographer alluding to the point of Ophthalmic Photographers being improperly named for the "current technology age" and how we might be more appropriately listed as imagers.

Has anyone written an in-depth look at the two titles and how the change in title could impact Ophthalmic Photographers both Professionally as well as Fiscally? If there hasn't, where would one submit such an article?
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