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CET

Developments in glaucoma management C-37325 - non-interactive

Publication Date
22/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
19/09/2014

Author: Louise Stainer MCOptom and Imran Masood MBChB, MRCS(Ed), FRCOphth

This article discusses approaches to managing glaucoma including medication, laser treatment, and surgical intervention. Exciting developments in micro-invasive surgery are described bringing practitioners...

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  • Rated 8d8
  • Approved for: O D IP
Optometrists: CommunicationOptometrists: Ocular DiseaseDispensing Opticians: CommunicationDispensing Opticians: Ocular AbnormalitiesTherapeutics: KnowledgeTherapeutics: Options

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CET

Acanthamoeba keratitis implications for contact lens wearers C-37320 - non-interactive

Publication Date
22/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
21/09/2014

Author: Nicole Carnt BOptom, PhD, FAAO, FBCLA

Acanthamoeba keratitis can result in a devastating outcome for the patient but is fortunately a relatively rare clinical presentation. This article outlines the signs and symptoms of the condition...

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  • Rated 8d7
  • Approved for: O D CL IP
CET

Retinal carotenoids more than meets the eye C-37161 - non-interactive

Publication Date
01/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
29/08/2014

Author: Subhi Khandelwal MOptom, Ian Murray PhD, MSc, FCOptom

This article considers how carotenoids are released from our food and transported and processed through the body and deposited in the retina. This allows us to understand how systemic conditions...

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  • Rated 8d2
  • Approved for: O D IP
CET

Demodex - at the root of the problem C-37163 - non-interactive

Publication Date
01/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
29/08/2014

Author: Sarah Farrant MCOptom, Dip TP IP

Demodex infestation is a little known cause of blepharitis. Optometrist, Sarah Farrant outlines the clinical presentation of Demodex mites and explains the appropriate steps required to successfully...

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  • Rated 9d0
  • Approved for: O D CL IP
Optometrists: CommunicationOptometrists: Ocular DiseaseDispensing Opticians: CommunicationDispensing Opticians: Ocular AbnormalitiesContact Lens Opticians: CommunicationTherapeutics: KnowledgeTherapeutics: Options

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CET Video

CET Video

How to fit frames and influence people C-37506 - non-interactive C-37377 - interactive

Publication Date
08/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
10/10/2014

Author: Sally Bates

This video about effective dispensing follows a patient-journey, from entering the practice to ordering spectacles. Sally Bates shows us how to instill confidence, interpret the patient's needs...

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  • Rated 9d1
  • Approved for: D O
Optometrists: CommunicationOptometrists: Professional ConductOptometrists: Optical AppliancesDispensing Opticians: CommunicationDispensing Opticians: Professional ConductDispensing Opticians: Optical Appliances

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VRICS

VRICS

Clinical decision-making Part 3 C-36850 - non-interactive

Publication Date
01/08/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
26/09/2014

Author: Stanley Keys BSc (Hons), FCOptom, Dip Glauc, Dip Tp (IP)

In the final part of the series, Hospital optometrist, Stanley Keys simulates the diversity of cases encountered in practice by presenting a range of images to test the practitioners recognition...

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  • Rated 9d0
  • Approved for: O IP
Optometrists: Ocular DiseaseTherapeutics: Knowledge

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VRICS

Clinical decision-making: part 2 C-36838 - non-interactive

Publication Date
04/07/2014
Points Per Exam
1
Expiry Date
29/08/2014

Author: Stanley Keys FCOptom, Dip Glauc, Dip Tp (IP)

Hospital optometrist, Stanley Keys continues with his series of posterior and anterior eye images presented to challenge the practitioner’s recognition and management of core clinical conditions.

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  • Rated 8d8
  • Approved for: O IP
Optometrists: Ocular DiseaseTherapeutics: Knowledge

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