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    What students, ODs gain from private practice internships


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    David Kading, OD, FAAO, discusses the advantages of private practices internships with two fourth-year optometry students—Gabe Ficket from Southern College of Optometry, and Sean Cudahy from Pacific University College of Optometry—both of whom are completing internships at Dr. Kading’s practice in Kirkland, WA.

    Hey students! Check out more advice from Dr. Kading: How to crush it with a residency. (Need more convincing? Dr. Chris Borgman shares why a residency was the best thing he ever did for his career.)

    And whether you’re just getting your career started or have been practicing for decades, check out Dr. Leslie O’Dell’s recent blog in which she shares 3 ways you can use LinkedIn to advance your optometry career.

    Click here to check out more Optometry Times blogs

    David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA
    Dr. Kading owns a two-location, three-doctor practice in Seattle. He specializes in dry eye and contact lenses with an emphasis on ...


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