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  • 1 point

    This article will cover the classification, emergency assessment and management of chemical corneal injuries to equip readers with the knowledge and skills required to optimise outcomes

    CPD ref no: C-101950

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Article (view)

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_Practice

  • 1 point

    This article aims to establish a step-by-step approach for practitioners who are new to scleral contact lens fitting or those looking for clinical pearls in this area

    CPD ref no: C-102369

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Article (view)

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 1 point

    This Image interpretation exam invites practitioners to assess the Hess plots and case histories, accessing additional resources where required to answers the questions

    CPD ref no: C-101860

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Image interpretation

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_Optometrists

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_Practice

  • 1 point

    This article considers the discussions that practitioners can have with patients prior to cataract surgery to enable them to be left with the refraction that best suits their lifestyle

    CPD ref no: C-101912

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Article (view)

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Communication

  • 1 point

    This article covers the role of practitioners in helping patients with Charles Bonnet syndrome

    CPD ref no: C-101798

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Article (view)

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Clinical_Practice

  • 1 point

    This Image interpretation exam invites readers to assess a series of fundus autofluorescence images and case histories, accessing additional resources where necessary to answer the questions

    CPD ref no: C-101673

    Closes: 01 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Image interpretation

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_Optometrists

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_Practice

  • 2 points

    Myopia management is one of the fastest evolving areas of optometry, with new products becoming licensed to help slow the progression of myopia. In this video, Professor Nicola Logan will help you wade through the evidence-based research, exploring why myopia management is so important and how it can be used to help achieve the best outcome for patients. In order to collect interactive CPD points for this exam, you are required to join OT's LinkedIn group, where you will find a discussion thread relating to this exam.

    CPD ref no: C-102721

    Closes: 21 Sep 2022

    Exam type: Video

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    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Contact_LensGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Special_Requirements