Understanding patient psychology will enable more satisfying consultation experiences – and more appropriate treatment outcomes, says Carina Bailey.

Don Williams MCOptom MSc DipTp (IP) PgDip Refractive & Cataract Surgery Prof Cert Med Ret Prof Cert Glauc examines the case of an IOL dropping into the vitreous cavity and resting on the retina.

Optometrists can play a crucial role in highlighting the red flags of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome before cataract surgery, says Rima Evans.

From ocular allergy, through cosmetics and genetic disorders of the anterior eye, to driving without spectacle correction.

This article provides a current perspective of the genetics of anterior eye disease and describes the genes associated with each disorder, how the presence of abnormal genes may cause disease and the advantages and disadvantages of genetic testing.

The key statistics behind stem cell therapy and eye health

Pseudophakic cystoid macular oedema is a relatively common finding after cataract surgery, and optometrists are often the first to diagnose it, writes George Winter.

Read our statement on recent press articles about people who have experienced deterioration in their vision related to a batch of intraocular lenses.

College comments on BBC’s article on lens replacement leading to 'blind patches’.

Susan Blakeney FCOptom considers whether optical solutions should be implemented more often.

The clinical figures that count

A six-year College project to evaluate the effectiveness of enhanced service schemes is ending. Acuity speaks to its co-principal investigator Dr Robert Harper FCOptom