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This article provides practical advice on the detection and management of amblyopia and uncorrected refractive error in children.

Maajid is a locum who's taken on a new role at a practice where a vital piece of equipment is not working and will not be replaced for several months. What should he do?

The College provides the latest news, research, advice and guidance on binocular vision, and all the key optical topics. These are regularly reviewed to ensure you are completely up-to-date with your practice.

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Incomitance in cases of binocular vision defects can be a sign of disease or injury. Sophie Goodchild reminds us of the essentials.

This article focuses on the tests used for the detection and measurement of binocular anomalies, many of which can be performed without the need for expensive or sophisticated equipment.

Podcast: Daniel talks to Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom about the difference between orthoptics and optometry, how the two approaches work, differences in prescribing prisms, and much more.

Adrian O'Dowd looks at researchers' efforts to treat fading accommodation more effectively now and in the future.

Is convergence insufficiency (CI) diagnosed with too few clinical signs? Is management is too basic?

Podcast: Daniel talks to Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom DipTp(IP) who answers all those questions there wasn't time to cover during his popular webinar on ocular motility.

Optometrist and new practice owner Gemma Hill MCOptom on why she chose to work in independent practice, and the challenge of setting up her own business.

A clinical perspective on recent developments in the field of Infantile nystagmus (IN).

Podcast: Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom replies to the member questions there wasn't enough time to answer during his recent webinar on the diagnosis of binocular vision anomalies.

Prashant Shah MCOptom PGDipOphth DipClinOptom on the differential diagnosis of OMG when patients present with diplopia or ophthalmoplegia and an existing autoimmune condition.

Amblyopia is a binocular disorder but all too often it is treated monocularly. Becky McCall asks if video game play offers a new way forward.

What ocular complications does Ehlers-Danlos cause and how should optometrists treat patients with this condition? Léa Surugue reports.

Domiciliary optometrists require flexibility, adaptability and good communication with vulnerable patients, writes Léa Surugue.

Kim Thomas looks at the genesis of the eye and the rich variety of optical systems in the animal kingdom.

Optometrists often share premises with audiologists, but what other businesses work well in tandem with optometry? Steve Smethurst shows how additional services can improve patient experience and make good business sense.

Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom is a director of two thriving independent practices, an HES orthoptist and optometrist, and a charity eye care provider in Kenya.

Heart attacks transiently increase in number when the clocks go forward. Diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma can interfere with the body’s sleep-wake cycles. Becky McCall examines the relationship between the eye and sleep.

A glance at what’s happening in the world of technology.

Adrian O’Dowd asks how optometrists should respond to a rise in the rate of retinoblastoma in children across Europe.