OT  launches contact lens reader survey

The survey, organised in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, seeks to understand how COVID-19 has affected contact lens practice and customer behaviour

Optometry Today has launched a reader survey into contact lens practice during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, conducted in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

The survey aims to explore how COVID-19 has affected the working patterns of optometrists, including their contact lens practice, as well as looking into how customer behaviours towards contact lenses has changed over the course of the pandemic.

Open to all practising AOP members in the UK, the survey takes between five and 10 minutes to complete and respondents can save and return to the page before submission.

Responses to the survey will be used anonymously to guide content and services to support the changing needs of members in practice.

All AOP members who complete the survey and provide a valid email address will also be entered into a prize draw to win one of three vouchers worth £100.