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Articles from Optometry Today (February 22, 2013)

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AOP Awards 2013 to launch: the accolades voted for by practitioners will be launched on March 8, with two new categories featuring this year. 434
BCLA launches business day. Brief article 135
Bringing back knitting. 115
Children uncover eye exam ignorance. McCormick, Emily Brief article 272
Commissioning guidance on glaucoma welcomed. McCormick, Emily Brief article 305
Demystifying abnormal pupils. Kipioti, Tina 2933
Diagnosis and management of dry eyes: part 2. McAlinden, Colm; Skiadaresi, Eirini 1015
Drink to that: is it safe? Brief article 225
Dry AMD--the neglected disease. Hanratty, Michelle; Gibson, Jonathan 3159
Dry eye opportunities. Calendar 775
First sun range. 215
Frames standards decision welcomed. Brief article 158
Fresh focus on special moments. 160
Getting the most from NHS choices: as optical providers learn to manage their profiles on NHS Choices before April, the Optical Confederation's Mark Nevin offers advice on how to use the website and provides an update on upgrades in the pipeline. Nevin, Mark 1304
GOS fees: be prepared: when PCTs cease to exist in England from April 1, the Commissioning Board will be responsible for the payment of GOS fees and vouchers. AOP interim chief executive, Richard Carswell, urges contractors to take the initiative and make sure that their details are up to date. Carswell, Richard 481
Improving lives: people with learning disabilities are more likely to have eye problems but have historically found it harder to access the professional care provided by the optical sector. Managing director of LOCSU, Katrina Venerus, looks at how the LOCSU pathway for people with learning disabilities is working in practice for a number of Local Optical Committees (LOCs) across England one year on. Venerus, Katrina 1172
Investing in IT? Practitioners looking to update their practice management system, or their IT, can see, try and compare systems at Optrafair. Moss, Robina 1258
Letterbox friendly. 119
Money matters. White, John Editorial 342
OE reopens in Lakeside. Brief article 167
Optrafair is back: with Optrafair fast-approaching, OTs Nikki Withers spoke to FMO chief executive and show organiser Malcolm Polley about what can be expected from the upcoming event. Withers, Nikki 1339
PAYE gets an overhaul: 'Real Time Information' looks set to make a fundamental change to the way payroll information is processed and reported to HMRC. Technical director at the Chartered Institute of Taxation, Tina Riches, equips businesses with what they need to know. Riches, Tina 1816
Practising success: in the second of a two-part series, OTs Emily McCormick speaks to DO Roger Pope (pictured) about his passion for lenses and the practice's 25th anniversary celebrations. McCormick, Emily Interview 997
Regulator is reviewing professional standards. Moss, Robina Brief article 223
Savings from GOC status change. Brief article 130
Seeing eye to eye: the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers and NHS Education for Scotland are working together on an educational structure for the optical sector. OT reports. 610
Settling into new roles. Brief article 246
Specsavers awarded VDU eye examination contract. Withers, Nikki Brief article 243
Success for 'pop-up' eyewear design show. McCormick, Emily 527
Support for stroke patients. Brief article 102
Two London shows announced. Brief article 246
Visit 3: heterophoria: in the first of a two-part series on heterophoria, optometrist Amar-Kaash Gandecha discusses its identification and investigation. Gandecha, Amar-Kaash 647

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