The College of Optometrists Myopia Round Table on childhood and adult myopia management

In June 2018, the College brought together clinicians, researchers and lead organisations across eye health, to consider the current evidence on childhood and adult myopia control/management. The roundtable group reached a number of conclusions and made recommendations for follow – up guidance and next steps. 

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