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Dr Rohit Narayan concludes his series of reviews of the latest research into the association between various aspects of lifestyle and eye disease by describing how our current knowledge may help us to develop a strategy for the earlier detection of disease and giving advice to patients that may help prevent future disease (C78439, one distance learning CET point suitable for optometrists and dispensing opticians)
Ocular disease Ocular examination Standards of practice Standards of practice
The sale of optical appliances is governed partly by ordinary consumer legislation and specifically through the Opticians Act and the various orders of the General Optical Council. Here Tina Arbon Black and Peter Black take a look at the legislation, regulations and standards that apply to ophthalmic dispensing (C78399, suitable as one distance learning CET point for optometrists, dispensing opticians and contact lens opticians)
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In the final article in our major series about modern contact lens practice edited by Dr Rachel Hiscox, Dr Manbir Nagra takes a look at some of the exciting developments in contact lens practice likely to impact on eye care in the future. (C78338, one distance learning CET point suitable for optometrists, contact lens opticians and dispensing opticians)
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YAG laser capsulotomy in optometry

Closing Date: 25/06/2021

In the latest in our series looking at techniques undertaken by specialist optometrists, Andrew Matheson discusses the use of the YAG laser in managing posterior capsular opacification (c suitable for one distance learning CET point for optometrists and therapeutic optometrists)
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To take part in module C35663 Soft contact lens lubricity, you will first need to read two related articles
Contact lenses Contact lenses Interactive
When was the last time you changed a patient to a different contact lens material? What was the main reason for this change? Reasons might include
Contact lenses Contact lenses Interactive
A visual recognition and interpretation of clinical signs (VRICS) exercise concerning the assessment of the retina using a widefield scanning laser ophthalmoscopy technique. Module C35601, one distance-learning point for optometrists only
Ocular disease Ocular examination
Starting a major series of CET articles looking at various aspects of macular disease, Louise Stainer explains macular holes. Module C35606 one distance-learning point for optometrists and dispensing opticians
Ocular disease Ocular abnormalities
Tina Patel continues her discussion of objective techniques by explaining how to perform retinoscopy
Assessment of visual function Refractive management
In the third of three articles discussing lens selection, Andrew Keirl continues his overview of the selection of spectacle lens types and designs available for the ‘normal’ power range with a discussion of progressive power lenses
Optical appliances Optical appliances
Sophie Taylor-West shows what problems may arise with scleral contact lenses and how to manage them when they do
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Opening a series of articles discussing the practice of clinical refraction, Tina Patel begins with a two-part look at objective techniques
Assessment of visual function Refractive management