• This CET exam offers guidelines about maintaining professional boundaries and standards when using social media and advises how individual practitioners, businesses and the profession as a whole can benefit from its smart use.

  • Tear breakup time (TBUT) is a test commonly used to investigate and monitor dry eye. This CET exam explores the various methods of assessing TBUT, along with their strengths and weaknesses.

  • This CET exam outlines two scenarios highlighting how to communicate effectively to patients with AMD, thereby avoiding the potential for complaints.

  • This VRICs exam features four cases of neuro-ophthalmic vision loss. Readers are invited to review the images and access additional resources where required to answer the questions.

  • This VRICS exam considers different approaches to taking dispensing measurements using a range of devices

  • In this CET exam, scientific evidence will be combined with clinical experience in order to outline best practice when fitting scleral contact lenses.

  • This CET exam explores the visual challenges that patients face when driving in suboptimal conditions and outlines potential solutions.

  • This CET exam gives an overview of some of the accessibility options and apps used by people with vision impairment to make their lives easier.

  • This CET exam discusses lighting in the home and how it relates to the performance measured in practice, and includes a methodology for assessment in a domiciliary environment along with ideas on how to improve illumination.

  • Recorded at 100% Optical, this video shows how the eye provides us with our sense of time and influences sleep and therefore overall health. The lecture will address how light is detected by specialised photoreceptors for the regulation of circadian rhythm and sleep. We will consider the impact of ocular disease and the new drugs being developed in the field of circadian therapeutics.

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