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Articles from Optometry Today (June 1, 2018)

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"I learned about my eyes today": Bowen Opticians' Steph Swire, and manager at Little Learners Nursery, Anna Blasdale, share how educational visits raise the profile of eye health. Swire, Steph; Blasdale, Anna Interview 560
"It's an all-round role that offers variety": Optometrist and partner of Opticare Opticians, Shaimil Shah, on the benefits of practising in an independent setting. Shah, Shaimil Personal account 686
#IAmAnOptometrist: 'Optometry' was protected under law nearly three decades ago--long enough for the profession and its regulator to have learned to use the title correctly and with confidence, opines optometrist Nick Rumney. Rumney, Nick Viewpoint essay 593
A 'DR' IN THE HOUSE: Insight from former UK optometrists practising in Canada. 635
A minute with ... Professor Wilkins: The academic and Intuitive Colorimeter designer talks to OT about visual stress. Wilkins, Arnold Interview 431
Adding ortho-k to your practice: This article provides a guide to get practitioners started with ortho-k contact lens fitting, covering the equipment needed, optimal fitting characteristics and troubleshooting tips. Levine, Paul; Weshefsky, Thomas 2891
Another line of research. Brown, Frederick George Letter to the editor 210
AOP Awards 2019: Nominations open. 253
AOP AWARDS RETURN: Winners of the 2018 AOP Awards share what their awards mean to them--and encourage their peers to put themselves forward this year. 196
AOP COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS REVEALED. Brief article 221
Arranging an MP visit: OT poses a monthly scenario from a practitioner. In this edition we look at organising MP visits. 580
Benevolent Fund AGM. 137
BIRMINGHAM RESEARCHERS DEVELOP CONTACT LENSES TO CORRECT COLOUR VISION DEFICIENCY. Powell, Selina Brief article 170
Boost zones. Brief article 114
BRAND OPTOMETRY: Henrietta Alderman reflects on the AOP's commitment to increasing the public's understanding of eye health and, critically, highlighting the important role the optometrist has to play. Alderman, Henrietta Editorial 485
Campaigning for the nation: Dr Steve Loomis on the US public facing initiative with big ambitions. Loomis, Steve 670
Candour and effective complaint handling. Edwards, Richard 3033
Cases of red eye. Jawaid, Imran 553
CHILDREN IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS ARE MISSING OUT ON VITAL EYE CARE. McCormick, Emily 528
Colour shift. 107
Convincing the commissioners: If optometry is the brand, then LOCSU is the product development team, the unit's chief operating officer tells OT. 628
CUTTING THROUGH THE NOISE. Box, Serena 558
DAVID GREEN: The founder of David Green Eyewear tells OT about experimenting with materials to produce sustainable frames. Interview 407
DRIVERS FAILING TO HAVE SIGHT TESTS. Brief article 270
Earning acceptance: How the Royal Pharmaceutical Society turned the public's perception of pharmacists on its head. 561
End notes and next month. 402
EUROPEAN CONTACT LENS MARKET IS ON THE RISE. Brief article 196
EYE HEALTH HEROES: From national campaigns to child ambassadors, OT finds out how the profession is promoting eye health. 1038
Floating crystals. 109
Full-steam ahead: Pre-reg optometrist, Bhargavi Zinzuwadia, on what to expect during Stage 2 as she takes the next steps to qualification. Zinzuwadia, Bhargavi Viewpoint essay 636
HAKIM GROUP TEAM COMPLETES LONDON MARATHON. Brief article 119
Hexagonal shaped. 111
HOSPITAL OPTOMETRISTS TO RECEIVE PAY BOOST. 479
Improved perception. 113
IN THE PUBLIC EYE: The General Optical Council's public perceptions research offers the building blocks for the profession to develop its reputation for eye health excellence. 925
INNOVATIVE SPECTACLES SLOW MYOPIA PROGRESSION BY 60%: OTs Selina Powell reviews the latest clinical news and research papers. Powell, Selina Brief article 263
INSIDE ... CUBITTS: Lead optometrist at Cubitts, Jewlsy Mathews, discusses the importance of the cover letter and how a little research can go a long way. Mathews, Jewlsy 464
LEMONS, LIGHTBULBS AND CAFFEINE EYE DROPS TO TACKLE MYOPIA. Brief article 183
Low-level processing and visual illusions. Fulcher, Corinne; Strong, Samantha 2780
MARKS a SPENCER TO TRIAL IN-STORE OPTICIANS IN FIVE LOCATIONS. Brief article 241
MY CLINICIAN'S NOTEBOOK: Optometrist, Kartik Bharadi, discusses the benefits of his little clinician's notebook. Bharadi, Kartik 585
MY SECRET LIFE: Reading-based optometrist, Catherine Freeman, shares her kite boarding adventures with OT. Freeman, Catherine 412
PLANS FOR NEW OPERATING MODEL AT OPTICAL REGULATOR. Brief article 270
Printed cheetahs. 115
Promote the role of the optometrist: Independent practice owner of Loftus Opticians, John Prouse, shares marketing tips on how to educate the public about eye care and the optometrist. Prouse, John 422
Purest vision. Brief article 113
Return to work support. 142
Seeing double. 264
SNAPCHAT LAUNCHES FRAMES THAT CAPTURE VIDEO AND IMAGE. Brief article 117
Supreme aesthetics. Brief article 119
The CET articles are available at www.optometry.co.uk. Beasley, Ian 162
The role of the optometrist with underachieving children. Evans, Bruce 3881
The young ones: OT speaks to independent practitioners about raising the profile of children's eye care. 1139
THERAPEUTICS MANCHESTER TO HIGHLIGHT TREATMENTS FOR INHERITED RETINAL DISEASE. Brief article 313
Time to share. Barnard, Simon Letter to the editor 129
TOUCH WOOD: Sculptor, Victoria Claire, talks with OT about living with retinitis pigmentosa and her new exhibition where people experience her artwork through touch in a pitch-black room. Claire, Victoria Personal account 639
Update on the GOC registers. 432
Visible light. Brief article 105
Welcome. White, John Editorial 315

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