Independent prescribing

The College’s Optometrists' Formulary is an essential resource for IP optometrists. It is available exclusively to College members, and provides prescribing information on drugs currently available to treat eye conditions.

The College responded to a consultation from the All Wales Therapeutics and Toxicology Centre.

The College of Optometrists’ member app helps support members in providing the best possible patient care.

Did you know the College has a full online events programme available just for members? Book your space now!

Consultant Ophthalmologist Damian Lake looks at the history of corneal collagen cross-linking in treating keratoconus, the current indications for its use, and the most up-to-date refinements to the procedure.

Our Clinical Adviser answers this question in the latest Clinical Adviser Files.

This article reviews the use of topical beta-blockers for the treatment of glaucoma.

Many people suffering from hypertension don’t even know they have a problem. But in the right setting, writes Léa Surugue, Optometrists can be part of the solution.

In each issue, Acuity poses a topical question to a panel of members.

Podcast: Dr Paramdeep Singh Bilkhu MCOptom talks about why allergic conjunctivitis is likely to be underdiagnosed; how to choose the best medication for your patients; and much more.

Kathy Oxtoby asks what optometrists need to know about antimicrobial resistance.