Protected: Evidence Recording Online Peer Disc 22 Oct 15

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Protected: The Outside Clinic CET Programme VRICS: Macula Matters

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Caroline Christie’s Dry Eye Table

Preparing for Assessments. Your Guide to Visit 1

Originally posted on CLEARVIEW Training:
Time Management – the key to a successful pre-registration year One of the most important features of the Scheme for Registration (SfR) is the need for short and long term planning so that you are able to prepare effectively for the assessment visits and final examinations.  Time Management is an…

Acceptable Abbreviations – Student Resources

The College of Optometrists have a list of acceptable abbreviations which students/candidates may find useful when studying for the examinations. You can find the link to the webspage on the College website here. Alternatively download it here!

Student Resources: Dispensing & Occupational Optometry

Here are some articles and books we have found for you to assist you in your studies: New British Standard for Mounted Spectacles Optician 2009 (Ronal Rabbetts): DOWNLOAD Rx spectacle lens standards: Do we have what we need? Optician 20122 (Colin Fowler): DOWNLOAD Safety & Protective Eyewear (ABDO): DOWNLOAD Occupational Optometry (Carson): Link here to ABDO […]

Remember, remember.. 10 people a year lose eyesight due to fireworks!

This article was first published last year and a recent phone call from a concerned parent has prompted our review.  One of his concerns was the lack of saftety glasses made available for children around this time of year.  In his bid to get leading supermarkets who are involved in the supply of fireworks to consider the eye safety […]

Mambo No5: (A little bit of.. City University!)

We thought that video was so good that we would host it on our front page for all visitors to see.  The film was a concept put together by a talented team of final year optometry students at City University.  It went on to win the AOP’s AFTA for Best Film and Television  in 2011 and […]

Sightsavers treats nearly 30 million for eye diseases in 2011

But charity pledges to help millions more and build on successes announced in Annual Review Development organisation Sightsavers treated almost 30 million people suffering from eye diseases in some of the poorest countries in the world last year, according to results published in its Annual Review. The organisation distributed antibiotics to people suffering from trachoma, […]

Protected: CET Article: A practical approach to the management of low vision: Understanding Community Care

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