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 analyses some of the problems related to anisometropic prescriptions from a dispensing perspective and discusses potential single vision and multifocal solutions
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

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

    Published:
    02 January 2019

    Closes:
    22 February 2019

    Related CET article

  • This article outlines the approaches that practitioners should consider when delivering difficult news to patients about their clinical prognosis
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Andrew Cole

    Published:
    02 January 2019

    Closes:
    22 February 2019

    Related CET article

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  • This article describes how binocular vision assessment is relevant to identifying children at risk of developing myopia and managing progressing myopes in both spectacle and contact lens corrections
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    CET

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Dr Kate Gifford PhD, BAppSC (Optom) Hons, GCOT, FBCLA, FIACLE, FCCLSA, FAAO

    Published:
    02 January 2019

    Closes:
    22 February 2019

    Related CET article

  • This VRICS article presents a range of optic nerve pathologies. Practitioners should use their clinical expertise and access additional resources where necessary to complete the questions
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    CET VRICS

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    CET points: 1

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

    Published:
    02 January 2019

    Closes:
    22 February 2019

    Related CET article

  • Papilloedema is common in young, obese women with idiopathic intracranial hypertension. In this CET Video exam, Dr Leonard Messner discusses how the condition presents itself, how it progresses and how it is treated. We'll see how the condition appears on fundus imaging, OCT and MRI scans and how it affects the visual fields
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    CET Video

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    CET points: 1

    Author(s):
    Leonard V. Messner

    Published:
    19 January 2019

    Closes:
    16 March 2019

    Related CET article