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The Journal of Gerontological Nursing is a monthly peer-reviewed journal, publishing clinically relevant articles on nursing care of older adults.
Dr Schertzer is director of a very active clinical practice, the West Coast Glaucoma Centre, in Vancouver, BC and has been on faculty in the Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences at the University of British Columbia since 1999, currently as Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Glaucoma. Much of Dr Schertzer’s non- clinical time is spent using technology for education. He blogs about Glaucoma, Electronic Medical Records and Technology (http://wholelottarob.com), hosts a podcast series entitled Talking About Glaucoma, created a sub-reddit for discussing the latest glaucoma literature, and is the co-founder of the Glaucoma Patient Group Facebook page for patients.