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Articles from Optometry Today (October 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
'Ageless' styles in the frame. Moss, Robina 177
'Better' packaged eye medication. 157
A bite of the action: as optical professionals prepare to take a bigger role in primary care, Gareth Hadley highlights the rewards of joining the GOC in a period of evolution for the sector. Hadley, Gareth 423
A new career. Dosanjh, Tanjit 686
A rose-tinted outlook. Roberts, Rose 644
Action plan to resolve capita payments issues. 302
Adding zest. Moss, Robina 213
AOP events booking go live. 110
AOP events: head of education, Dr Ian Beasley, on the AOP's work-related stress webinar. 318
Bayfields' plans to expand. 158
Brain energy and discomfort. Wilkins, Arnold J. 2252
Calculating economic impact of sight loss. 436
Clear benefits. Moss, Robina 140
Coloured lenses and overlays challenged. 685
Concern over cataract surgery rates hits headlines. Wannan, Olivia 429
Education for all: 100% Optical returns to London in February 2017 with a bumper education programme, designed and delivered by the AOP. OT's. McCormick, Emily 899
Encouraging Ad Libbing. 137
Focus on comfort. Moss, Robina 177
GOC consultations. 116
How the eye could harbour the Zika virus. 278
In the right direction: Birmingham Children's Hospital specialist orthoptist, Laura Ramm, discusses diagnosing children. Ramm, Laura Interview 741
It is time to get voting: the shortlisted nominees for the AOP Awards 2017 are revealed and voting is now open. 437
Lazer sharp. Moss, Robina 183
Losing patience: OT's Olivia Wannan speaks to experts--and importantly patients --about improving the care of those with ocular diseases. Wannan, Olivia Cover story 1744
Macular cases. McArthur, Craig 751
Making a breakthrough: with hospitals and primary care under increasing patient demand, embedding optics at the heart of NHS provision is a goal worth remaining committed to, asserts Henrietta Alderman. Alderman, Henrietta 407
Managing oculoplastic concerns in patients with glaucoma. Tan, Petrina; Malhotra, Raman 2297
Mature in mind. Moss, Robina 137
Maximising multimodality: Chris Mody highlights the benefits of multimodality imaging for screening and monitoring glaucoma. Mody, Chris 258
MECS in the spotlight: the sector's propulsion forward by the new minor eye conditions service will be showcased at this year's NOC. Conference notes 534
MECS milestone for specsavers workforce. 158
No time to retreat. Court, Helen 524
Non-infectious uveitis--current therapies and drugs in the pipeline. Elsaid, Naba; Elsaid, Zeeheh 2283
Oliver Goldsmith: the eyewear designer speaks to OT about his passion for designing and wearing--spectacles. Interview 500
Practice enhancement. Tannorella, Chris 950
Prioritise social media enquiries. Dunkley, Georgina 290
Purple reigns . 265
Q&A: Carl Glittenberg: Topcon's senior clinical adviser on its November National OCT Conference. Interview 420
Q&A: James Conway: Optoplast Actman Eyewear Company's CEO talks about its 70th anniversary next month. Interview 320
Reaching out to the patient: John French reflects on the growing opportunities ahead for the independent sector to play a tertiary care role at the heart of the community, and supporting the eye health message in schools. French, John 531
Record-keeping tax advice for locums. 237
Restoring the trabecular meshwork with stem cells. Wannan, Olivia 149
Shaping up. Moss, Robina 136
Shifting colours for early Alzheimer's diagnosis. Wannan, Olivia 270
Showing bottle. 108
Speaking to parents. 229
Specsavers practices arrive in Sainsbury's. 154
Still no equal right to sight. Ilett, Gordon Letter to the editor 226
Stressing out: the AOP will host its first ever webinar next month, which will focus on stress in the workplace. Careers consultant, Laura Brammar, outlines what topics will be explored. 508
Taking the reins: Cameron Optometry's Ian Cameron on driving the practice forward. Interview 559
Tall tails for display. 122
The final journey to qualification: pre-reg optometrist, Hassnain Safdar, shares his experiences of the first few weeks of his pre-reg placement with Specsavers. Safdar, Hassnain 686
The primary step: local pharmaceutical committees and local optical committees have a lot to gain from closer relationships. Hunter, Nick Cover story 425
Therapeutic management of tear film disorders. Madden, Louise 3236
Triton triumph. 107
Welcome. White, John 317
Working progress. 169
Workplace pensions: time to start yesterday. 1330

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