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Optometry in science: November round-up

OT ’s new video series aims to highlight a bitesize selection of the latest optical-related science papers

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OT’s newly launched Optometry in science video series aims to help translate the latest optical-related science being reported from research around the globe into a bitesize, easily digestible format. We will share the key findings from each paper, as well as the important take home messages for eye care professionals in practice.

In the first video of this series, we explore papers on spherical contact lenses, diet and the meibomian gland, crosslinking for early keratoconus, and Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy.

The papers in this pilot video were kindly curated by optometrist and AOP Councillor, Josie Evans.