Expired CET exams

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Here you will find OT's CET exams that have been published from November 2015–present which are no longer "live." You can brush up on your clinical skills and test your knowledge by taking these exams. However, you cannot gain CET points from them. CET exams are listed in chronological order and can be searched for by date, exam type, practitioner type, competency and keyword.


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    This article will describe the principles and clinical outcomes of selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) for the lowering of intraocular pressure (IOP)

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    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

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    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

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Jasleen K Jolly MSc, BSc (Hons), MCOptom

    Published 30 November 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    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

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, CL

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Karen Walsh BSc, MCOptom, PGDip, Professor Lyndon Jones PhD, DSc, FCOptom, FAAO, FCAHS

    Published 30 November 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    This visual recognition feature presents glaucoma-themed cases that may present in routine practice

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    Exam type CET VRICS

    Practitioner type O

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Samantha Strong BSc (Hons), PhD, AFHEA, Dr Deborah Armstrong BSc (Hons), PhD, MCOptom

    Published 30 November 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    This article reviews the incidence of clinical and subclinical inflammation of the ocular surface in response to soft contact lens wear

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, CL

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Noor Haziq Saliman BOptom(Hons), MHSc, PhD

    Published 26 October 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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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

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Holly D Brown MSc, Professor Antony B Morland PhD

    Published 26 October 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    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

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    Exam type CET VRICS

    Practitioner type O, TO

    CET points 1

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

    Published 26 October 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    This article discusses various dispensing considerations in relation to prisms and outlines their use in special optical appliances

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Mark Hickton BSC (Hons), Cert Ed, FBDO, FHEA

    Published 26 October 2019

    Closes 27 December 2019

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    Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is a new method of treating mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma and can work with or replace drops. This article, part one in a two-part series, begins with an overview of the types of MIGS and how they function

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Shruti Malde MCOptom, Dip Tp (AS), Dip Tp (SP), Gokulan Ratnarajan BSc, MBBS, FRCOphth, MD, Andre Barata MD, FEBO

    Published 28 September 2019

    Closes 22 November 2019

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    This second installment in the series on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) explores the effectivity and customisation of these devices using case studies to illustrate clinical outcomes

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Shruti Malde MCOptom, Dip Tp (AS), Dip Tp (SP), Gokulan Ratnarajan BSc, MBBS, FRCOphth, MD, Andre Barata MD, FEBO

    Published 28 September 2019

    Closes 22 November 2019

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