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Articles from Optometry Today (October 5, 2012)

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ABDO driving forward: OT's Robina Moss reports on the historic conference at the weekend, which attracted more optometrists this year and had its gala dinner at The Heritage Motor Centre (pictured). Moss, Robina Conference notes 750
Agreement over lens technology. Brief article 114
Alliance boots in 56m [pounds sterling] China deal. Brief article 131
AMD clinics failing on treatment waiting times. McCormick, Emily 359
Big score in Vegas. Brief article 180
Call to capture the joy of sight. 151
College seeks student representatives. Brief article 190
Corneal dystrophies: investigation and management. Shah, Sunil; Patel, Amit 2653
Daily disposable lenses on eye and in the lab: C-19755 O/D/CL. Carnt, Nicole 3011
Developing the unit: Katrina Venerus, director of operations and commissioning for LOCSU, updates OT on the latest developments in local enhanced services. Venerus, Katrina 593
Diary dates. Calendar 468
Dutch design in Paris. Brief article 117
Eye app developed. Brief article 103
Firms risk financial health. Withers, Nikki Brief article 243
First ophthalmic guidelines to tackle glaucoma in Scotland. Moss, Robina 506
Focus on lenses. Brief article 145
Future trends in clear view. Brief article 106
Independents can compete on contact lenses: Eyeplan believes that independent practices can and should compete with the multiples and the internet when it comes to contact lens sales. Yet, as Chris Clemence explains, market figures indicate that independents are losing the battle. Clemence, Chris 523
It pays to have the true picture on salaries. Column 740
Kick off for fan frames. Brief article 181
Mr anonymous' inbox. Letter to the editor 235
National Optical Conference--a preview: Katrina Venerus, director of operations and commissioning at LOCSU, highlights the main attractions at the upcoming NOC. Venerus, Katrina Conference news 541
NHS publishes advice on safeguarding children. Brief article 119
OE to close 40 practices. McCormick, Emily Brief article 311
One cheer for sanity. Carswell, Richard Brief article 301
Pounds, shillings and pence. Austin, Nigel Letter to the editor 290
Responsibilities for OW expand. Brief article 248
Rising to the challenge: World Sight Day, which is just six days away and it's not too late to get involved. Cover story 1537
Student conference looming. Conference news 174
Tax reminder--the HMRC and VAT. Brief article 256
The route to independence --becoming an IP: optometrist Nick Rumney shares his experiences in the lead up to attaining independent prescriber status. Rumney, Nick 1957
The state of the profession. Edwards, D.E. Letter to the editor 183
To refer or not to refer? Part 2: red eyes II, C-19565 O/AS/SP/IP. Frampton, Peter 973
Vision exercises for presbyopia don't work. Brief article 187
Winning funding projects named. Brief article 170
Work-based training--a route map to success: what makes a High Street practice thrive and be successful? The Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers believes that work-based training is the answer. 603
World-class eye care at London 2012: Dr Penny D'Ath and professor David Thomson, from City University, London, were involved in the organisation of a team of practitioners who provided eye care at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Here they reflect on their experience. 1333

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