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Professionalism on a LensPlate

Bill Harvey tries out a useful new product that will put an end to scrabbling for contact lens cases in the consulting room

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Global Contact Lens Forum: Getting down to business

Hailed as ‘the perfect collision of scientific education and business content’, the first Global Contact Lens Forum took place in New York in March. Will the formula appeal to UK practitioners when the event comes to Birmingham next month? Alison Ewbank reports

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The BCLA A-Z stand guide

The 38th British Contact Lens Association Clinical Conference & Exhibition will take place at the ICC Birmingham this June

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Conversations in practice: an introduction

Talking with our patients is something we do every day but how often do we stop and reflect on our conversations and how they’re received? Clair Bulpin, Andy Cole and Alison Ewbank take a look at some of the principles involved in effective patient communication

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A global community

A landmark initiative from the International Association of Contact Lens Educators is helping to ensure the safe use of contact lenses worldwide. Alison Ewbank reports

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CL Practitioner of the Year

Lancashire contact lens optician David Gould was the recipient of the Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year award

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The best of British

Home-grown talent in contact lens research, practice and industry was showcased at the 10th BCLA Pioneers Conference in London last month

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How to support contact lens wearers for success

Contact lens wearers are important for business growth and it is important to keep them satisfied and wearing their lenses. Ella Ewens reviews the latest research and practitioner opinion to give practical advice on how to best support new and existing contact lens wearers

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Optimal acuity for kids

Children are capable of being the most compliant of contact lens patients and stand to benefit from treatment as well as basic vision correction, delegates heard at a Johnson & Johnson Vision Care workshop. Joe Ayling reports