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Articles from Optometry Today (November 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
A touch of Romance. Moss, Robina 112
Beyond the female frontier: OT's Ryan O'Hare explores the data behind the shifting gender balance in optometry. O'Hare, Ryan Report 2017
Campaign week makes media headlines. Brief article 152
Carolina Herrera campaign. Moss, Robina Brief article 129
Changes to the General Optical Council's (GOC) registers. 345
Collaboration on catwalk. Moss, Robina Brief article 163
Colour me happy. Moss, Robina 104
Comfort for children. Moss, Robina 150
Comment: with women now representing 56% of optometrists on the General Optical Council's register, it is very fitting that OT's launch edition is themed for women in optics, writes the AOP's chief executive. Alderman, Henrietta Editorial 469
Congenital abnormalities of the optic nerve: this first article in a two-part series on optic nerve abnormalities concentrates on congenital conditions with a selection of case studies and short discussion. Lanier, Kate Case study 2860
Coopervision produces innovation white paper. Brief article 128
Corneal topography in optometric practice. Hiscox, Rachel; Chisholm, Catharine Case study 2422
CV writing tips: consultant at The Careers Group, Sue Moseley, shares advice on how to produce a winning CV. Moseley, Sue 609
Featured author: Dr Rachel Hiscox. Brief article 121
First AMD patient in the UK receives stem cell treatment. O'Hare, Ryan 473
Frames fascination: with just over three months until 100% Optical returns to London's ExCeL Exhibition Centre, OTs Emily McCormick speaks to eyewear brands new and returning to the show. McCormick, Emily Column 876
From patient to professor: optometrist and academic Carly Lam describes her journey to becoming a professor at the School of Optometry at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Cover story 482
Global venture. Moss, Robina Brief article 119
Greg Wallace in Silhouette. Letter to the editor 143
Help the patient with mobility issues? With patients presenting a range of mobility needs in the practice, OTs clinical editor for multimedia, Ceri Smith-Jaynes, highlights three steps the practitioner should consider when assisting patients. Smith-Jaynes, Ceri Column 399
In the family. Interview 751
Magnificent seven. Moss, Robina 120
Managing cataract patients with Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy. Malde, Shruti; Lake, Damian Case study 2827
Myopia epidemic puts one billion at risk. Brief article 148
NHS sight tests on the rise. Brief article 295
Nobel Prize for river blindness drug discoverers. O'Hare, Ryan Brief article 275
November events. 126
OC responds to inquiry. Brief article 106
OT clarifications. O'Hare, Ryan Correction notice 221
OT interview Dame Mary Perkins: Specsavers' co-founder reflects on the historic changes in optics and explains why the profession provides outstanding career choices for women today. Interview 633
Practice-based solutions for light and magnification, Part 1. Macnaughton, Jane Case study 3225
Preparing for maternity leave. 737
Q&A: a minute with ... Richard Peck. Interview 334
Rolling out retinal imaging. Interview 685
Settling in and visit 1: Krupa Mistry shares her experiences of the first few months as a pre-registration optometrist in a hospital setting. Mistry, Krupa Column 623
Silmo reveals optics award winners. Brief article 161
Specsavers high court case concludes. Brief article 193
STAP saga draws to a close. O'Hare, Ryan Brief article 166
Student number high. 510
Style makes a statement. Yeowart, Elizabeth 375
Taking to the road: the career opportunities in domiciliary are both varied and rewarding, explains the Specsavers Healthcall team. Brief article 186
Tech boost for colour blind TV watchers. Brief article 205
The female face of optics: OT speaks to women in leadership roles across optics for their take on the profession, the role of flexible working in practice, and whether the 'glass ceiling' has truly been cracked. 2078
The iCare rebound tonometer: overcoming her initial scepticism, OT's clinical editor for multimedia, Ceri Smith-Jaynes, explains why the iCare rebound tonometer is a tool that is always close at hand in the testing room. Smith-Jaynes, Cerl 340
The OT take ... Beasley, Ian Editorial 535
This month's news from the association: AOP Council elections results. Brief article 250
To soothe symptoms. Moss, Robina 114
True blue fashion. Moss, Robina 171
Value add campaign. Moss, Robina Brief article 105
VRICS: corneal eye disease. Skiadaresi, Eirini; Gonzalez-Andrades, Miguel; Gallardo, Maria del Carmen Gonzalez; McAlinden, Colm 705
Welcome. White, John Editorial 294
What's in a brand? The importance of a well-crafted brand identity should not be underestimated, writes the AOP's communications director, who shares the Association's recent rebrand journey. Vine, Vicky Column 556
Women in mind. Moss, Robina 161
World Sight Day. Scott-Ralphs, David Letter to the editor 193

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