Rock and roll in progressive non-adaptation

Andy Sanders considers the common reasons for non-adaptation of progressive power lenses and how they might best be avoided (C76781, one distance learning CET point suitable for optometrists and dispe...


Fundamentals of ophthalmic dispensing part 13: Eye movements

In the second article focusing on binocular vision as an influence upon spectacle correction, Peter Black and Tina Arbon explain the anatomical basis of eye movement and how each eye moves relative to...


AI in eye care; an introduction to how neural networks work

Dr Emma Pead looks at the development of an artificial intelligence system for the detection of age-related macular degeneration (C76731, one distance learning point suitable for optometrists and disp...


Why are 1 day SiH lenses a good choice for my patients?

Dr Kathy Dumbleton and Anna Sulley summarise the key points from a recent peer-reviewed paper summarising the evidence of the published literature that supports the benefits of both a 1 day modality a...


Designing a contact lens surface to reduce stress on the cornea

Bob Tucker, John Pruitt and Greg Sawyer discuss the influence of contact lens surface properties and clinical outcomes in lens wearers (C76680, one distance learning CET point suitable for optometrist...