• Recorded at 100% Optical 2020, Professor Ian Flitcroft explains his five-step plan for myopia management. He discusses how to communicate with parents and patients about myopia management options.

  • This CET video exam on Infection control and prevention, created by the AOP's expert clinal team, explains how to protect staff and patients in optometric practice during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • This CET exam will help you examine patients who present with flashing lights and floaters, teaching you differentiate between those who may be reassured and those who need to be referred to ophthalmology. Kam Balaggan will use videos and images to show the difference between normal vitreous syneresis, uncomplicated posterior vitreous detachments and those resulting in retinal tears

  • General Ophthalmic Services (GOS) claims are commonly misunderstood and a source of worry for practitioners and practice owners. This CET exam aims to give participants the practical knowledge to avoid future problems and claim appropriately and confidently

  • General Ophthalmic Services (GOS) claims are commonly misunderstood and a source of worry for practitioners and practice owners. This CET exam aims to give participants the practical knowledge to avoid future problems and claim appropriately and confidently

  • When a red eye presents to your practice, it is vital you can differentiate the simple cases from those that threaten the sight. Filmed at Moorfields Private Eye Hospital, this Core Skills video takes you through diagnosis and management of the red eye. We will look at history, symptoms, examination, differential diagnosis and management of the red eye.

  • In this video, we look behind the curtain of secondary care to hear how referral letters are received and dealt with. We hear from an optometrist, whose job it is to triage referrals, and an ophthalmologist, who is responsible for providing the right treatment in a timely manner with finite resources. They will discuss the content of a helpful and an unhelpful referral letter and how to build a better relationship between primary and secondary eye care.

  • This CET exam describes the elements of binocular vision assessment that are important with regard to the risk of myopia development and progression in children and how this might influence myopia control strategies.

  • This visual recognition feature tests the ability to recognise specialised appliances that can make a real difference to patients but are only relatively rarely seen in practice.

  • This CET exam provides an overview of the diagnosis and investigation of central retinal vein occlusion and an update on the management of the condition.

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