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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 provides an overview of the development of OCT, along with an insight into the direction of current research, including the use of artificial intelligence for computer-aided diagnosis

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Louise Terry BSc, MCOptom, AFHEA

    Published 30 September 2017

    Closes 10 November 2017

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    Based upon the authors’ experience, this article explores the use of punctal occlusion therapy and considers its impact on managing contact lens discomfort

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, CL, TO

    CET points 1

    Published 30 September 2017

    Closes 10 November 2017

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    This video introduces the new technology, optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA). We will show how the instrument allows visualisation of blood flow in retinal micro-vessels and describe its uses and limitations for optometry

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    Exam type CET Video

    Practitioner type O, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Chris Mody

    Published 12 September 2017

    Closes 13 November 2017

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    Good record keeping has never been more essential to everyday practice. Although records are designed to aid the patient's future eye care they can also be an optometrist's or dispensing optician's best defence. This webinar will focus especially on working as a locum, in unfamiliar surroundings and with an unfamiliar practice team, using recent GOC, civil and NHS complaints to illustrate common pitfalls

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    Exam type Webinar

    Practitioner type O, DO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Trevor Warburton

    Published 10 September 2017

    Closes 27 September 2017

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    This visual recognition feature requires the practitioner to interpret features of glaucoma which may be present at the optic nerve head

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    Exam type CET VRICS

    Practitioner type O, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Jonathan Denniss, Dr Samantha Strong BSc (Hons), PhD, AFHEA

    Published 02 September 2017

    Closes 13 October 2017

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    There is nothing worse than examining a contact lens patient for the first time and not being able to make head nor tail of the previous record. This article investigates what the ideal contact lens record could look like and whether we have a consistent approach to record keeping

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, CL

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Alison Alderson PhD, MCOptom

    Published 02 September 2017

    Closes 13 October 2017

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    This article will present the most common physiological and pathological ocular conditions induced or affected by pregnancy as well as the effect of ocular treatments

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Doina Gherghel

    Published 02 September 2017

    Closes 13 October 2017

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    This article will discuss the key surgical options available for surgical treatment of regular astigmatism with emphasis on the advantages and disadvantages of each option

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Allon Barsam

    Published 02 September 2017

    Closes 13 October 2017

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    Dermal fillers are increasingly being used for aesthetic purposes. However, they are also useful in non-aesthetic indications of lagophthalmos, lower eyelid retraction and eyelid malpositions. An overview of these non-aesthetic indications is provided in this article

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    Exam type CET

    Practitioner type O, DO, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Dr Petrina Tan, Dr Tsong Qiang Kwong, Dr Raman Malhotra

    Published 02 September 2017

    Closes 13 October 2017

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    This feature presents a series of vitreoretinal images to test the practitioner’s recognition and understanding of each condition

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    Exam type CET VRICS

    Practitioner type O, TO

    CET points 1

    Author(s) Craig McArthur

    Published 10 August 2017

    Closes 22 September 2017

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