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Articles from Optometry Today (September 1, 2019)

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"I get out of bed and love going to work": Optometrist-come-ophthalmology registrar, Imran Jawaid, speaks to OT about retraining, gadgets and making a positive impact on patients' lives. 657
"My lights reference the way that I see". Meerding, Duncan 591
"The future ... lies in working collaboratively": Optometrist and Lancashire & Morecambe Bay LOC member, Timothy Bagot, shares insight into the delivery of a MECS service in his local area that was launched three years ago. Bagot, Timothy 603
#StubItOut. 121
A 'safe space' for practitioners to reflect candidly is vital in order to learn and develop. Dye, Marcus 564
All frames bold and beautiful. 232
Anniversary range. 165
AOP reassured by Government's driving and vision investigation. 286
Camouflage style. 110
Contact lenses for presbyopia--where are we now? This article explores trends in contact lens correction for presbyopia and the options available for practitioners when fitting these patients. Bakaraju, Ravi C.; Sha, Jennifer 3576
DERBY PRACTICES ADOPT HEALTHY LIVING SCHEME. 109
DO SANCTIONED FOR ABUSING COLLEAGUE. 115
Dr Ian Beasley. 153
DUNELM OPTICAL: The eyewear company discusses turning 50, its next collection and trends for 2020. Interview 291
Eccentric viewing: This article outlines a step-by-step process to teach patients with macular disease how to make the most of their vision by using eccentric viewing techniques. Kumar, Narendra 2740
Evidence-based dispensing of progressive addition lenses: This article considers the factors that need to be considered when dispensing progressive addition lenses to patients, taking into account lens design and lifestyle requirements. Cox, Jim 2856
Eye care across borders: AOP Councillors Nadeen Joseph, Brian McKeown and Kevin Wallace discuss eye care in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Joseph, Nadeen; McKeown, Brian; Wallace, Kevin 994
Fine-tuning the process: An optical assistant's take on progressive lenses. Mooney, Gemma 430
Full rim. 131
Future practice comes to life: THE OPTICAL INDUSTRY'S BIGGEST TRADE SHOW WILL PROVIDE PRACTITIONERS WITH THE KNOWLEDGE TO TAKE THE PROFESSION FORWARD. 735
Get involved with enhanced services in my local area? Devon LOC's chair, Max Halford, shares advice for practices interested in offering enhanced services. Halford, Max 509
Imran Hakim: The chief executive of the Hakim Group on his double win at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards. Interview 378
Increase in number of children treated for type 2 diabetes. Powell, Selina 214
INSIDE ... OBSERVATORY THE OPTICIANS. Interview 608
It's all in the design: A look at the main progressive lens design options available for patients. Fazal, Sofia 682
Local NHS teams, orthoptists, optometrists and ophthalmologists need to collaborate and learn together. Dowdney, Julie 529
Macular cases: This visual recognition feature presents a series of OCT cases for practitioners to interpret and answer the accompanying questions, referring to additional resources where required. Barnard, Simon 816
Making sure it all measures up: Ton tins for taking accurate measurements when dispensing progressives. Fazal, Sofia 234
MEETING YOUR CPD OBJECTIVES. 190
ONLINE PLATFORM FOR OPHTHALMIC PAYMENTS TO LAUNCH. 382
Optometrist and AOP Councillor Ed Bickerstaffe on a flash mob proposal, an unexpected plant bounty and boosting confidence through theatre. Bickerstaffe, Ed 312
Optometry needs to be better understood and valued as part of the NHS team and for its contribution to public health. Alderman, Henrietta 516
OTI MABUSE. Interview 434
Perfect match. 169
Pink venture. 148
Policy shaping. 601
Positive luxury. 154
Professor Simon Barnard: OPTOMETRIST. Interview 328
PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS RESEARCH REVEALS PATIENT BUGBEARS. 438
Recycled materials. 176
Retinopathy linked to higher risk of leg amputation. 111
Smokers more likely to quit if offered financial incentive. Powell, Selina 229
Soaking up the experience: Newly-qualified optometrists Nikki Sharma and Olympia Haralambous share insight into their pre-reg periods, including the OSCEs, as they prepare for qualification. Interview 1111
STUDENT ERASED FROM REGISTER. 135
The benefits of diversification: OT speaks to two independent practices that have looked beyond optics to diversify their healthcare offering for the benefit of the business and patients. 914
The innovation game: How technological advancement is shaping a new era of lenses. Powell, Selina 301
THE INTERNET: AOP Awards Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year 2019, Bhavin Shah, discusses the importance of the internet to his business and his practice. Shah, Bhavin 353
The Joint Working Edition: Of finds out how joint working takes place in practice, in research and in education. 1273
The peer view: Dispensing opticians respond to common questions about PALs from patients. Terry, Nigel; Fagioli-Gaskin, Kathryn; Durie, Alex 378
Troubleshooting varifocals: Presenting common scenarios outlining how to tackle varifocal non-tolerance cases. Hickton, Mark 1350
Ultra-polarised. 103
Unexpected thrills. 105
Welcome. White, John 189
Welcome: OT's dispensing progressives guide for the whole practice team. Beasley, Ian 298
Your resource guide: How you can get the most out of education resources on dispensing. Smith-Jaynes, Ceri 309

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