Things are moving quickly.
Covid-19 is pushing the limits of our health service, government and ...
As I write this, Optician is in the middle of readying its team for what looks ...
Tom Davies tries to take stock of the first wave of effects coronavirus is ...
It seems that there is a place for expert opinion after all.
This week, the GOC clarified the legal position on the use of lissamine green ...
Satvinder Soomal considers how each case is unique and we need to treat them as ...
Coronavirus has quickly become an all-consuming global event that could create ...
The partnership will offer free journeys to and from an optometrists
Urquhart Opticians scooped the 2020 Ayrshire Business Excellence Award.
In 2015, 48% of people surveyed in Birmingham said they were tattooed and had ...
A short while ago I took part in a practice inspection prior to granting of an NHS contract.
You may, by now, have seen new research highlighting the apparent non-compliance of contact lens patients
As someone with only a passing interest in tattoos, I can still appreciate the artform and I don’t think I would be harming any future job prospects by revealing that I have one.
Writing this column gives me the chance to look back on situations that have had an impact on me during my life both within and outside of optics.
Just before Christmas, I was cold called by an optical employment agency.
With the postponement of this weekend’s Mido exhibition in Milan, Coronavirus and its seemingly unstoppable spread is now a little too close to home.
Tom Davies explains how coronavirus brought UK operations to a standstill
One appreciates this is an ongoing key topic for practitioners and one we ourselves as spectacle makers do try to follow as attentively as possible, notwithstanding today it being a subject mostly contact lens focused.
Online optical retail is likely to have another major player in the very near future.
Over the weekend, the College of Optometrists published online some very useful resources for all of us working in primary care and who may come into contact with the novel coronavirus.
The recent reporting in Chris Bennett’s interview with Rodenstock could be misleading for our independent business partners.
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