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The Big Optometry Blog

Optometry, it’s a game of two halves, but should it be one?

This year’s National Optical Conference wasn’t awash with surprises but it did catch me unawares at one point. Around lunchtime on the second day the conference programme read: The Great Debate- Should the optical professions support the concept of mandatory enhanced services? I wasn’t shocked to see the debate, or the topic, on the agenda. […]

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Enthusiasm is infectious so let’s all be a bit more positive about the independent sector

Reaching out to youngsters

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Optician has a new owner, welcome to the joys of commuting

Optician has a new home.

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Out of Africa –quick!

It’s holiday story time again

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Forensics and contact lenses make it into the international optical press

This month it had a fascinating article on contact lenses in forensic science along with some case studies

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Glimmers of light for the fortunes of independent optical practices

The decline of the independent optical sector seems to have been a permanent fixture of business reporting in recent times

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Lost in transition?

Wasting time in transition is not the way to do well in a triathlon

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Essex is a foreign country inhabited by supermen

Race report from the Fambridge Half Iron Triathlon

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Optician coverage reflects what the readers are asking for

Optician is always keen to find out what its readers want and increasingly that is general information on how to run a business, interacting with the people around them and managing their career

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Summer cycles sunwear spectacular

Around this time of the year some of my favourite things all come to fruition and I’m not talking about the size of my allotment brassicas

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