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Articles from Optometry Today (January 1, 2020)

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"A fundamental part of our testing day": Domiciliary optometrist Madeline Hocking and professional services consultant at Visioncall, Dr Scott Mackie, discuss dementia-friendly training. Interview 640
"I'm already managing an array of patients": Pre-reg optometrist at Specsavers Cribbs Causeway, Daniel Chung, on his pre-reg experiences. Chung, Daniel 739
"It is nice to get to know the staff": Locum optometrist, Gautam Passi, on building a rapport with the practice team and how being organised is of upmost importance. Passi, Gautam 727
"It is not as difficult as everyone thinks": Optometrist and director of professional services at the OutsideClinic, Nick Wingate, discusses his career and passion for providing domiciliary eye care. Wingate, Nick 652
"You can still have a fruitful life". Weyhenage, Sabeena Kaushali 650
60 seconds with ... Peter Hampson: The optometrist and AOP clinical director discusses the work behind the Association's newly released false positive referral factsheet online. Interview 1044
A new focus: Providing sight tests and spectacles to the homeless is helping to change lives in Hampshire and Dorset. 364
Closing the distance. 1368
DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS: REACTIONS SHARED. 551
DUAL MONITORS: Newly-qualified optometrist and AOP Council member, Josie Evans, discusses the importance of dual monitors during eye exams with young patients. Evans, Josie 539
Eye health checks offered at shopping centres. Powell, Selina 221
Falls, visual impairment and depression: identifying patients at risk. Ham, Russell; Vasani, Jayshree 2131
FDA gives green light to myopia management contact lens. Powell, Selina 238
Fluorescent lighting is causing eye-strain and headaches in schools and offices. Wilkins, Arnold 312
FOUR CV MISTAKES AND HOW TO CORRECT THEM: Director of CV Writers, Neville Rose, on the mistakes that people make on their CV and what you can do to avoid falling foul of them. Rose, Neville 551
GOC WITHDRAWS PORTSMOUTH COURSE APPROVAL AND GIVES GO AHEAD TO TEESSIDE. 482
Hit list: The trends, launches and looks. 274
Informed consent. 618
MARCOLIN. 188
MY strangest day: Optometrists share a highly unusual day from practice. 1190
Myopia progression: an update on the evidence base. Cruickshank, Fiona; Logan, Nicola 4063
Ocular hypertension and open angle glaucoma studies: a brief summary. Ukaegbu, Diana; Pearsall, Tahmina 3726
Position statement on therapeutic and independent prescribing. 266
Remember when ... 687
SPANNING THE DECADES. 822
Speak to children about screen time? Optometrist and OT's multimedia clinical editor, Ceri Smith-Jaynes, shares advice on how to discuss screen time in the testing room with young patients and their parents. Smith-Jaynes, Ceri 900
Specsavers CET programme schedule: All events at stand B420 unless otherwise stated. 2161
TALKING PRIMARY CARE AND COMPLAINTS: A tour of services, a new position statement and the OCCS' annual review were on the AOP Council's agenda. 547
Tareq Moustafa: The owner and optometrist at Seen Opticians on swapping frames depending on his mood. 193
The AOP will be working hard to make sure 2020 is a year to remember--for all the right reasons. Alderman, Henrietta 519
Thought leadership. 514
UltraVision project engineer Nick Stonehouse tells OT about paying tribute to the memory of his organ donor and daughter through the British Transplant Games. Stonehouse, Nick 326
Uncommon lenses in practice. Hickton, Mark 778
We need a funded referral refinement scheme for all non-urgent referrals to ophthalmology. Kime, Elizabeth 498
Welcome. White, John 218
What consumers really want: OT reports from a CooperVision roundtable with patients that aimed to find out what wearers really want from their contact lenses. Discussion 1868
What our optometrists say ... 331
Why using the 20/20 vision theme is an opportunity to promote eye health. Box, Serena 297

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