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Articles from Optometry Today (September 1, 2018)

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"ARE MY EYEBALLS GOING TO FREEZE?". Column 689
"Enjoy it ... it is an exciting period": Josie Evans reflects on her experiences of the pre-reg year now she is qualified. Evans, Josie Interview 720
"It's my favourite day of the month": Independent optometrist, Niamh Harmsworth, on volunteering for Vision Care for Homeless People. Interview 709
"Kids eyewear represented a chance for a creative outlet": Husband and wife team Ben and Laura Harrison on launching eyewear brand Jonas Paul Eyewear, inspired by their son. 448
5 WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN'S EYES. 392
A B SEE CAMPAIGN LAUNCH. Brief article 301
Adjustable fit. 147
ANGUS OPTIX: Optometrist, Pam Robertson, on the importance of higher qualifications as she recruits for an optometrist at her Forfar-based practice. Robertson, Pam 524
ANIMAL KINGDOM: From the humble ant to an ocean dweller that is always rolling its eyes, research sheds insight into how creatures large and small view the world. 497
Animal print. 103
AS EASY AS A B SEE: An AOP survey revealed a startling number of optometrists see children with vision problems that could have been treated more successfully had they been diagnosed earlier. Box, Serena 572
Being social on social media. Jones, Jennie 831
CAMPAIGN URGES DRIVING AND VISION LEGISLATION. Brief article 259
CAPITA CONTRACT A "SHAMBLES" SAYS PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE. Powell, Selina 471
CLOSE TO HOME: How big data is helping us to understand how socioeconomic disparities are affecting the provision of eye care services. 985
COBRA HD FUNDUS CAMERA: Optometrist, Julie Wadey explains how her work was transformed when she encountered the Cobra when working at Anne Gill Eyecare in Portsmouth. Wadey, Julie Column 509
Colour combinations. 182
Common ocular and systemic associations of learning disability: This article provides an overview of a range of conditions, which can result in learning disability, outlining potential ocular and systemic associations in each case. Donaldson, Lisa 3724
CONSENT TO CARE: Natalie Heppenstall sets out two important questions to consider in order to provide a good service for vulnerable patients using GOC Standards and Guidance. Heppenstall, Natalie Interview 544
Crystal acetate. 130
DEEPMIND ALGORITHM EQUAL TO RETINAL SPECIALISTS. 515
Ensure the practice is autism-friendly: The National Autistic Society's Daniel Cadey offers five simple steps for practices looking to meet the needs of patients with autism. Cadey, Daniel 439
Fact or fiction? 912
FLEYE COPENHAGEN. Brief article 219
Future practice. 490
GOOGLE GLASS HELPS CHILDREN WITH AUTISM RECOGNISE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS. Powell, Selina Brief article 143
Injection-moulded. 123
Keratoconus: what's new? Leucci, Marcello 2973
Making friends with change: Behavioural futurist and co-founder of consultancy Next Big Thing, Will Higham, discusses the importance of the three 'c's in order to succeed on the High Street. Higham, Will Interview 579
Medical approach. 155
Medical retina. Shah, Prashant; Shah, Yashita 656
MEET AN OPTOMETRIST: Eleanor Swystun, of Valli Opticians, on how optometrists make sure children receive the best eye care on offer. Column 764
MY SECRET LIFE: Locum optometrist, Siddika Asaria, reflects on the painstaking work to create and decorate her extraordinary cakes. Asaria, Siddika Column 325
My steps to success: OCT tips from Suzanne Brice. Brice, Suzanne Interview 312
National Optical Conference. 106
NUMBER PLATE TEST. Brief article 115
Off the fence. Rumney, Nicholas Letter to the editor 314
PATIENT PROTECTION: Addressing the needs of vulnerable groups is not only the right ethical decision: it should feature in business planning for all practices as they consider the challenges of the next few years. Alderman, Henrietta 456
Providing domiciliary eyecare: This article outlines the regulation relating to domiciliary eyecare, the clinical challenges, and the dispensing considerations when examining patients in their own home. Koasha, Sanjiv 2985
Q&A: Nathan Congdon: The director of research at Orbis International discusses the next steps of the PROSPER study. Interview 455
Routine testing. Fowler, Colin Letter to the editor 340
SAVING SIGHT: How an unlikely eye health partnership that signposts elderly, often isolated, patients for further support is helping thousands. 1140
Seashell shaped. 115
SEEING IS BELIEVING. 917
SNAKE EYES: UK SCIENTISTS TREAT EYE INFECTION WITH A VENOM ANTIDOTE. Powell, Selina Brief article 243
Special publication puts children's eye health in focus. Brief article 204
The importance of evolution: Future-proofing the independent sector was discussed during an Independent Day meeting. Discussion 978
The next generation's window on the world. 453
The role of the optometrist with underachieving children and visual stress: This article outlines case presentations of children underachieving academically as seen in clinical practice. Evans, Bruce 3928
Therapeutics event. 154
Thin lines. 124
Top of the sass class. 216
VE CEO STEPS DOWN. Brief article 117
Welcome: "Optometry is getting increasingly smart and sensitive to the needs of vulnerable patients in the practice". White, John Editorial 331
WHY DO SOME PATIENTS WITH GLAUCOMA STILL PRESENT WITH ADVANCED DISEASE? Tatham, Andrew 529

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