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    This online lecture will explore the important design and material properties of multifocal soft contact lenses that differentiate them from one another.

    This information together with a thorough examination of the anterior eye and consideration of the prescription for each patient, alongside proper use of the manufacturer’s fit guide can lead to perfect first fit success.

    Date 16 September 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 8.15pm

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    The last in our series of webinars for the practice team, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, this will explore the motivations behind contact lens wear and provide insight and ideas on how to identify potential new contact lens wearers.

    Striving to improve confidence in conversations, we will explore the opportunities within practice to increase your contact lens patient base.

    Date 13 July 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 7.45pm

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    This webinar, delivered in partnership with CooperVision, is designed to support ECPs in weighing up myopia management options, so they can apply evidence-based practice to their advice, in consultation with the patient, to select the most appropriate approach for the child in their consulting room.

    Professor James Wolffsohn and Indie Grewal will share the latest clinical evidence-base supporting myopia management and how clinicians can equip themselves to turn this knowledge into application in the consulting room.

    Date 07 July 2021

    Time 6.30pm - 7.30pm

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    The third in our series of practice team focussed webinars, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, this session will offer practical advice to members of the practice team to assist with undertaking OCT scans and visual field assessments.

    Date 06 July 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 7.45pm

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    Our ability to understand emotions is a lifelong skill.

    Emotional Intelligence (EI) helps us to perceive our own emotions as well as those around us allowing us to regulate, respond and build relationships effectively.

    By appreciating EI you will see the positive impact that it can have on your day-to-day work in the way that you communicate and engage with your team and patients.

    Date 01 July 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 8.00pm

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    The second in our series for the practice team, delivered in partnership with Johnson and Johnson Vision, will take a case record approach to explore the advantages, disadvantages and what to consider when choosing a progressive power lens, including an overview of lens types, the measurements required and how to take them, along with making appropriate frame choices.

    Date 29 June 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 7.45pm

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    The first in our series for practice team members, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, this webinar will explore some of the common clinical and non-clinical dilemmas that may be faced by the practice team on a typical day in practice.

    Date 22 June 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 7.45pm

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    In this webinar, primary care practitioners will learn about when choroidal naevi should be referred to the hospital eye service and when they can be safely managed within primary care. Practitioners will learn what clinical features to look for when assessing choroidal naevi.

    Date 25 May 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 8.00pm

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    In this webinar, we look about change management skills and how you can adopt these into the workplace.

    Date 20 May 2021

    Time 7.00pm - 8.00pm

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    Book your place online for the webinar - Stage 2 of the Scheme for Registration is an opportunity for a pre-registration trainee to show that they have maintained the competence that they have successfully demonstrated during Stage 1 of the Scheme.

    Despite knowing that the skills and knowledge that will be assessed during a Stage 2 visit have already been successfully demonstrated, many trainees feel that their impending Stage 2 assessments will be a daunting experience.

    Date 13 May 2021

    Time 6.00pm - 7.00pm

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