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CET: Cases in clinical optometry 2020

Case-based picture quiz exploring cases which may present to optometrists and IP optometrists for investigation and management or referral. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for optometrists and therapeutic optometrists | more

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CET: Clinical cases for DOs 2020

Picture quiz exploring decisions about eye problems and visual fields tests which may be faced by a dispensing optician working as part of a multidiscipinary eyecare service. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for dispensing opticians | more

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CET: Anterior eye and contact lenses 2020

Case based picture quiz and discussion to explore cases of eye problems which may present at contact lens appointments for investigation and management or referral.. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for optometrists | more

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CET: Needs-based decision making in the context of COVID-19

Daniel Hardiman-McCartney considers some of the clinical considerations in deciding when it is appropriate to use tonometry, visual fields and other diagnostic and imaging tests in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for optometrists and dispensing opticians | more

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CET: Tono-pen and I-Care tonometry

‘How to’ guidance on the use and accuracy of the Tono-Pen® and I-Care® tonometers, where it may not be possible to use slit lamp-mounted Goldmann tonometry. This article also looks at common variations in intraocular pressure and discusses their potential effect on measurement repeatability. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for optometrists or dispensing opticians | more

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CET: Sight, mobility, trips and falls

This article covers eye care professionals’ unsung contribution to the health of the nation – preventing injury. It includes a simple checklist of questions to help identify and address a person’s risk of falls, and a discussion of optical appliance considerations. 1 interactive or non-interactive point for optometrists and dispensing opticians | more

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CET: Complications of contact lens wear: microbial and sterile infiltrative keratitis

Optometrists – particularly those who are IP qualified – can now treat a wide range of red eye conditions, many of which are associated with CL-related ocular complications. This article discusses the diagnosis and management of CL-related microbial keratitis, referral guidelines, and the importance of consent in CL practice. | 1 interactive or non-interactive point for contact lens opticians, optometrists, therapeutic optometrists and dispensing opticians | more