ATTENTION!!! to Detail

As I teach my students all about the finer points of Opticinary, I constantly find myself reminding them that ours is a job which is all about attention to detail.

We must use great detail when taking patient measurements, when fitting frames to patients, and when annotating their charts. But how many of us actually listen to the details we are presented?  When interviewing our patients they will reveal important clues that will allow us to make very informed recommendations. We need to listen with as much detail as use when taking the basic measurements.