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Measuring near stereopsis.

Closing Date: 08/12/2017

Dr Kathleen Vancleef and Professor Jenny Read discuss stereopsis and how it is best assessed clinically
Binocular vision Refractive management
Jessica Gowing describes how best to dispense an optical appliance to a child
Communication Optical appliances Standards of practice Paediatric dispensing Standards of practice
Professor Philip B Morgan and Sarah L Morgan discuss targeting contact lens wearer behaviour and explore the practitioner-patient opportunities to minimise risk and optimise safety amongst contact lens wearers
Communication Contact lenses Communication Contact lenses Communication Contact lenses
Dr Kathy Dumbleton continues our series on myopia management with the first in a two part discussion of the research into myopia management
Standards of practice Ocular disease Refractive management Information
In the first of two articles looking at contact lens optics, Ronald Rabbetts will discuss the prescription element of contact lens practice
Contact lenses Contact lenses Optical appliances Contact lenses Optical appliances
Peter Mitchell discuss the principles and protocols of the English National Diabetic Eye Screening Programme and examines its impact upon the detection and management of diabetes eye disease and how appropriate referral when sight-threatening eye disease is detected can prevent sight loss
Ocular disease Standards of practice Standards of practice

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Due to unforeseen circumstances CET module Hearing impairment interactive (September 29 issue) is not yet available. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and are working to have the module available as soon as possible.
In the second of a three-part discussion of the key points from the recently published second TFOS Dry Eye Workshop, Sarah Farrant describes the recommendations for the assessment of dry eye disease
Standards of practice Standards of practice Ocular abnormalities Ocular disease Ocular examination Standards of practice
In the latest of his occasional updates about the latest developments in eye health care, Dr Douglas Clarkson describes recent advances in ophthalmic surgery employing robotic technology
Ocular disease Standards of practice Knowledge
Professor Fiona L Henriquez continues the series about microbial keratitis with a discussion of viral disease
Knowledge Contact lenses Ocular disease
Professor Desmond Fonn starts our series on myopia and therapy with a review of the nature of myopia and its current and projected impact
Ocular disease Standards of practice Refractive management Options
Dr Catherine Williams describes the nature of the cardiovascular system, how health is assessed and what common diseases affect it
Options Standards of practice Ocular disease Standards of practice
In the second part of this feature on pigmentary lesions seen at the fundus, Ceri Probert continues discussion of the clinical signs of individual lesions including melanoma
Standards of practice Ocular disease Knowledge
In the first of a two-part feature looking at pigmentary lesions seen at the fundus, Ceri Probert describes the underlying mechanism for pigment aggregation and begins to look at the clinical features of lesions such as naevi
Knowledge Standards of practice Ocular examination
In the first of a three-part discussion of the key points from the recently published second TFOS Dry Eye Workshop, Sarah Farrant describes the latest definition and classification of dry eye disease
Standards of practice Ocular examination Ocular disease Standards of practice Ocular abnormalities Standards of practice
Nick Atkins and Phil Thompson describe the development of the hybrid lens and look at their place in modern contact lens practice
Contact lenses Contact lenses
Dr Doina Ghergal discusses obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome and its consequences on ocular health
Options Standards of practice Ocular disease Standards of practice
Professor Fiona L Henriquez discusses bacterial keratitis and its management
Knowledge Contact lenses Ocular disease
Bill Harvey introduces the first in a series of interactivity CET exercises based on the recent series of articles by Dr Nizar Hirji concerning the legal requirements of eye care practitioners
Standards of practice Standards of practice Standards of practice Professional Interactive
Developments in nanotechnology present new opportunities in treatment of ocular disease and in the evolution of ophthalmic pharmaceuticals
Knowledge Standards of practice
Grant Duncan explains use of autofluorescence in imaging and demonstrates its clinical application
Options Ocular examination
Since its ophthalmic application was identified, OCT technology has advanced in leaps and bounds. Lewis Williams provides a brief overview of the technology’s origins and evolution
Options Ocular examination