Welcome to OT's CET section where you can take a range of CET, VRICS and CET Video exams in order to collect CET points.
Please note that when taking an exam, the MCQs may require practitioners to apply additional knowledge that has not been covered in the related CET article.
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This article will explain how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to assess the consequences of retinal disease on the brain and discuss why this should be considered in the context of visual restoration
C-72279 Prisms in practice
This article discusses various dispensing considerations in relation to prisms and outlines their use in special optical appliances
C-72205 Anterior eye – cases in practice
This visual recognition feature presents a series of anterior eye cases that may arise in routine practice. Practitioners should use their clinical expertise and access additional resources where necessary to complete the questions
This article will describe the principles and clinical outcomes of selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) for the lowering of intraocular pressure (IOP)
Exam type CET
Practitioner type O, TO, DO
CET points 1
Author(s) Evgenia Konstantakopoulou MCOptom, MSc, PhD, DipTp(IP), Professor Gus Gazzard MBBChir, MA, MD, FRCOphth, Neil Nathwani BSc (Hons), DipTp(IP), Higher Cert Glauc
Published 30 November 2019
Closes 27 December 2019
This article will provide a biological understanding of rod-cone dystrophies and why this is important in the context of new treatments and the availability of genetic testing
This article will explore the beliefs eye care professionals hold about daily disposable silicone hydrogel contact lenses, contrasting that thinking with current fitting practice and patient expectations
C-72342 Glaucoma in practice
This visual recognition feature presents glaucoma-themed cases that may present in routine practice
In this video, AOP clinical director, Dr Peter Hampson, gives a unique insight into the three most common types of legal claims that are handled by the AOP’s in-house legal and regulatory team, with tips on how to prevent them reoccurring
This article reviews the incidence of clinical and subclinical inflammation of the ocular surface in response to soft contact lens wear