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Articles from Optometry Today (October 1, 2017)

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"Hospital through and through": Holly Higgins on a career path that has led her to become a hospital optometrist in Sheffield. Higgins, Holly 615
"THE WORD IS OUT": Gregory Hoffmeyer explains to OT why OCT is here to stay, as long as practitioners receive the right training. Hoffmeyer, Gregory 364
#bringtheteam: OT looks at what's on offer at 100% Optical 2018 for practices looking to boost business and get the whole team involved. 702
80s inspiration. 159
Adding value: OT speaks to the CEO of Leightons Opticians, Ryan Leighton, as the group marks two years since the rollout of OCT in all of its 34 practices. Leighton, Ryan 722
AN AVOCADO A DAY MIGHT KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY. 144
As the next chapter begins: Bhargavi Zinzuwadia shares her first experiences as a pre-reg optometrist at Specsavers Daventry. Zinzuwadia, Bhargavi 758
Autumn programme. 160
Back to school. 118
BBR OPTOMETRY: Senior optometrist, owner and chairman of BBR Optometry, Nick Rumney, on what his Hereford-based independent looks for in new employees. Rumney, Nick 466
BLOOD DROPS TO RELIEVE DRY EYE. 202
Changes to the General Optical Council's registers. 514
Clinical pearls in glaucoma. Bowers, Susan 2706
Close inspection. 129
Emoji mania. 147
Expert evidence. Pamplin, Chris 533
Eye scan detects earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease. Powell, Selina 210
Fellas with flair. Yeowart, Lizzy 206
FIT TO PRACTISE: The high level of public confidence in the optical profession reflects that the majority of practitioners continue to deliver excellent care to their patients. Iman, Safia 535
IN THE SPOTLIGHT. Cover story 1253
INCREASE IN CORROSIVE SUBSTANCE ATTACKS POSE DANGER TO SIGHT. Powell, Selina Medical condition overview 529
Introduce OCT in the practice: Optometrist and clinical development manager at Bayfields Opticians, Diba Choudhury, on establishing an OCT offering across the independent's practice portfolio. Choudhury, Diba 453
Low vision prescribing habits. John, Rebecca; Thomas, Donna 2144
Lunchtime inspiration. 139
Management of contact lens discomfort with punctal occlusion therapy: Based upon the authors' experience, this article explores the use of punctal occlusion therapy and considers its impact on managing contact lens discomfort. Price, Andrew; Long, Bill 2952
MY SECRET LIFE. Burnett-Hodd, Nigel 509
MYOPIA CONNECTED TO SLEEP HORMONE. 211
NAVIGATING THE STARS. Kent, Will 675
OCT for all: OT speaks to Specsavers as it embarks on the nationwide rollout of OCT devices in its practices across the UK. 1070
OCT: past, present and future: This article provides an overview of the development of OCT, along with an insight into the direction of current research, including the use of artificial intelligence for computer-aided diagnosis. Terry, Louise 2944
Optical coherence tomography: A series of OCT images is presented to test the practitioner's ability to interpret, diagnose and manage common ocular conditions seen in practice. Shah, Yashita; Shah, Prashant 595
Optimised workflow. 116
OT IN CONVERSATION WITH ... Emma Hewson. Beasley, Ian Interview 634
POTENT PROTECTION: AOP senior solicitor, Ella Franci (nee Power), talks to OT about her role, and her passion to help members find their voice. Franci, Ella 1021
PREPARING FOR GDPR. 249
Q&A: Ellie Southwood: The newly appointed chair of the Royal National Institute of Blind People on the key issues facing the sight loss sector. Interview 723
Recording tears. 148
REPORT DEMANDS TIMELY TREATMENT OF PATIENTS. 462
Smart reflexes. 106
STUDENT LODGINGS USE ACM CLADDING. 131
Tackling illegal zero-powered cosmetic contact lens sales. 264
The full picture. 107
THE HARRY POTTER EFFECT. Alderman, Henrietta 499
THE TOPCON CA-200F CORNEAL ANALYSER: Optometrist and BCLA Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year 2017, Laura Reece, on her increased use of the topographer and the benefits it brings. Reece, Laura 468
Time in the sun can lead to freckles on the eye. Powell, Selina 149
Treatment to rent. 115
Use of OCT in the diagnosis of macular Disease: This article provides a classification of macular disease based upon anatomical features and presents a series of case studies to illustrate the clinical features in a range of pathologies. Allen, Richard; Hewson, Emma 2455
VOTING OPENS FOR AOP AWARDS: The finalists for the AOP Awards 2018 are revealed. 430
Welcome. White, John 290

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