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Articles from Optometry Today (July 1, 2018)

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"I am surrounded by a fantastic team": Clinical lead optometrist at Bayfields Opticians, Diba Choudhury, discusses the opportunities she has had in the growing independent group. Choudhury, Diba 668
"Retailers need to make it easier": Co-founder of Valli Opticians, Rachel Valli (pictured), and new patient, Rosalyn Raine, talk about contact lens recycling solutions. Interview 633
"We do not preach or judge": Director Gurdeep Dosanjh shares why he signed his Dudley practice up to be a Healthy Living Optical Practice, and the benefits this has brought. Dosanjh, Gurdeep 699
'Aspirational' standards. 135
3D PRINTER TO CREATE ARTIFICIAL CORNEAS. 180
A minute with ... James Wolffsohn: The Aston University professor tells OT that work on dry eye has not stopped since DEWS II. Wolffsohn, James Interview 471
A question of eyewear. Yeowart, Lizzy 249
Alcohol-free. 125
AN UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTH: Dry eye may be the condition that poses a treatment conundrum, but optometrists are well placed to provide invaluable eye care support and evidence-based advice to patients, reiterates Henrietta Alderman. Alderman, Henrietta 443
AOP produces new resource for locums. 257
Assessing gonioscopy findings. Shah, Prashant; Shah, Yashita 606
CASH FOR GOALBALL UK. 140
Charity appeal. 118
Comfortable fit. 164
Contact lenses for kids. Gifford, Kate 3323
DELIVERING INNOVATION. 142
DIAGNOSTIC CONSIDERATIONS IN DRY EYE MANAGEMENT: Other ocular pathologies may mimic DRY EYE and need careful evaluation. Agrawal, Ashish 327
Dry eye in-house: As patients increasingly present with the symptoms of dry eye, OT speaks to two practice owners about why and how they have established dry eye clinics. 1154
Extra strength. 101
GENES THAT MAY PREDICT GLAUCOMA RISK IDENTIFIED BY RESEARCHERS. Powell, Selina 200
High-level processing and visual illusions: This article outlines the basic principles of high-level processing and uses a series of visual illusions to explain the underlying mechanisms. Strong, Samantha; Fulcher, Corinne 2528
In praise of best practice. Gould, Chris Letter to the editor 221
Leather-look. 125
LET'S TALK ABOUT DRY EYE YOUR A-Z GUIDE: From blood drops to a device that makes patients shed tears, OT chronicles the latest innovation and research in dry eye disease management, alongside key players working to raise global awareness of the condition. Maltby, Lisa 2435
LINKING LENGTH OF STUDY AND MYOPIA. 239
LIVING WITH DRY EYE: Mary Pearson tells OT that just keeping her eyes open was a trial when her dry eye was at its worst. Pearson, Mary 519
MEET THE COUNCILLORS. 205
Member survey. 102
MY SECRET LIFE: When he is not examining eyes, Spalding-based optometrist, Andy Molsom, can be found testing the limits of his Caterham racing car. Molsom, Andy 427
NATIONAL ROLLOUT FOR NEWMEDICA. 132
NAVIGATING THE SEAS. Howard, Nick 547
News from the General Optical Council. 160
NHS ADDS A DASH OF SCEPTICISM TO CHOCOLATE CLAIMS. Powell, Selina 282
NHS ENGLAND TO PILOT PAYMENT VERIFICATION. 250
OPTOMETRISTS GO BACK TO SCHOOL. 147
ORRISS AND LOW OPTOMETRISTS: Practice owner, Ruth Low, looks for personal development and professional progression when recruiting new staff--as well as a good handshake. 480
Osmolarity range. 118
Patient choice. 122
Practical, premium. 122
PRIMARY CARE SUPPORT SERVICE FALLS 'A LONG WAY BELOW' ACCEPTABLE STANDARDS. 297
Pulsed light. 111
REPORT SAYS EYE HEALTH SERVICES "FAIL PATIENTS". 440
ROBBIE HENSHAW: The Irish rugby union player tells OT about the inspiration behind his first eyewear collection. Interview 474
Select the right lens: Independent optometrist, Lyndon Ferguson, advises on the importance of the tear film when choosing contact lenses. Ferguson, Lyndon 451
SOME GOC CASES TO BE PROCESSED WITHOUT CONTESTED HEARING. 275
Summer protection. 115
Support and protect. 112
Surgical options for vision correction. Vaswani, Sundeep; Bhatt, Jay; Roberts, Vicky; O'Donnell, Clare 3210
Tea tree oil. 123
THE BARRIERS TO REFERRAL FEEDBACK ARE HIGHLIGHTED. Powell, Selina 479
THE DAYTONA PLUS OPTOMAP: Optometrist and independent practice owner, Amanda Bahadur, discusses the benefits of having an Optomap in practice. Bahadur, Amanda 513
The final hurdle: Pre-reg optometrist, Josie Evans, on the calm before the OSCE, as she reflects on a successful Stage 2 and prepares for the final exams. Evans, Josie 643
THE OT TAKE ... Dr Ian Beasley: Dry eye is not seen as the number one concern for optometrists, but there is nothing better to challenge the perspective of the 'triviality' of this condition than one's personal plight. Beasley, Ian 532
Therapeutics for all. 157
Three steps to success. Mody, Chris 322
Time constraints. 179
UV protection. 105
Vision and driving: This article outlines the visual standards for driving in the UK and provides advice about what to do if a patient does not meet the required standard. Little, Julie-Anne 4182
Welcome. White, John 359
WORKFORCE SURVEY RESULTS REVEALED: Headline findings from a survey of more than 2000 optometrists were presented at the latest AOP Council meeting. 519

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