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Articles from Optometry Today (March 1, 2017)

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"The buck stops with us": optometrist Lynne Fernandes on the pleasures of independent practice, and her pursuit for independent prescribing status. Fernandes, Lynne 562
A day in the MECS life: Crofton Park Opticians optometrists, Pritesh Patel and Nimisha Patel, draw satisfaction from their varied MECS caseload. 1138
A drop of blood. Wannan, Olivia 123
A jewel of a collection. Moss, Robina 146
A relative matter. Nethercott, Sally Letter to the editor 446
A view to remember. Wannan, Olivia 203
Adapt to thrive: optometrist entrepreneur Imran Hakim believes that all practitioners have to adapt to survive in business as technology advances rapidly and shapes the customer journey expectations of patients. Hakim, Imran 582
An Indian mission: specialist optometrist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, Rajula Karania, shares her experiences of training an ophthalmic team in Bihar, India, to be able to offer refraction to children in need of eye care. Karania, Rajula 582
An optometric calling: as optometrist and AOP professional adviser Geoff Roberson prepares for a 'soft' retirement, he reflects on his diverse career spanning more than 40 years. Interview 1398
And the winner is ... Yeowart, Lizzy 242
AOP launches Voice of Optometry survey panel. 257
Appeal for retinoscopy skill retention. 197
Appraising appropriately: consultant at Co Sector, Mervyn Murray, advises on running an effective appraisal process for both employers and employees. Murray, Mervyn 486
Balancing act: the first snapshot of the AOP's employee and employer survey shows that practitioners are facing challenging times, OT learns. Cover story 1042
Bayfields benefits: HR manager at Bayfields Opticians, Caroline Charles, shares how the group has extended its offerings to staff as the company has grown. 883
Bold is beautiful. Moss, Robina 176
Born into blindness: chair of the Royal National Institute of Blind People, Kevin Carey, discusses his experiences of living with sight loss after being born with retinopathy of prematurity. Carey, Kevin 585
Cream of the crop. Awards list 227
Design collaboration. Moss, Robina 125
Driving in a new deal. Moss, Robina 107
Featured author: Angharad Hobby. 446
Feel-good factor. Alderman, Henrietta 456
First year milestone. Moss, Robina 135
For fast impact. Moss, Robina 129
Going green. Moss, Robina 128
How do we perceive a moving world? Strong, Samantha 3116
Janan Choudhury: the owner of Spectacle Emporium shares his passion for eyewear and frame design. Interview 394
Managing patients with corneal infections. Whaley, Claire; MacGregor, Cheryl 2392
Material gain. Moss, Robina 206
Motivate my staff: managing director and co-founder of Kirk & Kirk, Jason Kirk, shares advice staff motivation and the benefits it brings. Kirk, Jason 460
New listening service. 241
New start for Capita? 230
Ocular electrophysiologic: a beginner's guide. Hobby, Angharad; Callaghan, Tamsin 3053
Over 100 styles. Moss, Robina 125
Picture this: blindspots on medical records. 248
Preparation, preparation: pre-reg optometrist, Aiden Smith, reflects on the benefits of completing a pre-reg in an independent practice as he prepares for Visit 3. Smith, Aiden 764
Pretty in pink. Moss, Robina 119
Q&A: Samantha Peters: the chief executive and registrar steps down in June after six years with the GOC. Interview 359
Quartz not silver for 25th anniversary. Moss, Robina 128
Retinal dystrophies. Shah, Prashant; Shah, Yashita 570
Shades of British fashion. Moss, Robina 147
Spanish eyes are smiling. Moss, Robina 164
Specialist eye centre in Newport 'first of its kind'. 211
Staying ahead with trainee supervision requirements. Retallic, Neil 3362
Stem cell secretions protect retina. 137
Styles with sparkle. Moss, Robina 126
The first port of call. 597
The next leap: if the public is to recognise optometrists as healthcare professionals, practices will need to address the impact of the commercial environment in which they operate. Rowland, David Survey 596
The Spectralis OCT: optometrist, Paul Adler, shares how investing in OCT reinvigorated his passion for the profession. Adler, Paul 486
Thriving on OCT: optometrist and practice owner, Mark Holloway, discusses the benefits that his practice has reaped since investing in optical coherence tomography. Holloway, Mark 655
Under pressure. 383
Visitor numbers hit new heights at 100% Optical. McCormick, Emily 455
Welcome. White, John 323
World-first eye surgery using robot. 508

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