CET

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. 

For more information on the requirements of the GOC's enhanced CET scheme, click here.

  • This article explores emerging therapies to treat ocular surface scarring after infection or trauma to the eye
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Dr Lisa J Hill BMedSc (Hons) PhD, Professor Liam M Grover BMedSc (Hons), PhD, FIMMM

    Published:
    01 June 2019

    Closes:
    26 July 2019

    Related CET article

  • This article outlines the characteristics and clinical investigation of children presenting with cerebral visual impairment and considers strategies to support these patients
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Lisa Donaldson MCOptom

    Published:
    01 June 2019

    Closes:
    26 July 2019

    Related CET article

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  • This article reviews the literature to outline amblyopia treatments that aim to improve binocular as well as monocular visual outcomes
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Dr Akash Singh Chima PhD, BOptom (Hons), MCOptom, FHEA

    Published:
    01 June 2019

    Closes:
    26 July 2019

    Related CET article

  • Although typically used to aid in diagnosing or monitoring glaucoma, a visual field plot often tells us more than this. Practitioners should use their clinical expertise to interpret the field plots presented
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    CET VRICS

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Dr Lindsay Rountree BSc, PhD, MCOptom

    Published:
    01 June 2019

    Closes:
    26 July 2019

    Related CET article

  • This video looks at whether we can modify the progression of myopia and hyperopia in children. Dr Logan and Dr Beasley explore the current evidence base, including the use of contact lenses, spectacles, lifestyle choices and pharmacological agents
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    CET Video

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Dr Ian Beasley BSc (Hons), DOptom, MCOptom, Dr Nicola Logan MEd, PhD, MCOptom, SFHEA

    Published:
    28 May 2019

    Closes:
    28 July 2019

    Related CET article