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Can Chart-Based Vision Screening for Preschool Age Children be Optimized?: Results of a Primary Care Based Quality Improvement Project accepted for publication Journal of American Association Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus  Jonathan R. Modest, MPH1, Suzanne C. Johnston, MD2, MPH, Katherine M. Majzoub, RN, MBA3, Bruce Moore, OD4, Emily K. Trudell, MPH1, Jean E. Ramsey, MD, MPH5, Louis Vernacchio, MD, MSc1,6

Eyes That Thrive in School: A Program to Support Vision Treatment Plans at School published in Journal of School Health, May, 2016; Catherine Johnson, OD; Katherine Majzoub, RN, MBA; Stacy Lyons, OD; Karine Martirosyan, MD, MPH; Paulette Tattersall, DipPharm,MSc

Catherine Johnson, OD; Stacy Lyons OD; Jean Ramsey, MD, MPH; and others Children’s Vision Health Child Care Exchange, May/June, 2014  Read Article Here!

Lisa DiBonaventura, M.A., COMS Vision and Children with Special Health Care Needs Bright Futures: Family Matters, August 2014 See August Issue Here!

Childhood Vision Screening in the Medical Home

The Former Newsletter of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics – By Paulette Tattersall, Dip.Pharm, MSc., Director of Prevent Blindness Northeast Region and Co-Chair of Children’s Vision Massachusetts.

Visual Impairment in preschool population

Graduate Student Practicums

Boston University School of Public Health – Practicum, 2014

Boston University School of Public Health – Practicum, 2013

Harvard University School of Public Health – Practicum, 2012

Boston University School of Public Health – Practicum, 2011