In a new podcast, The College of Optometrists Clinical Adviser Denise Voon MCOptom discusses the increasing problem of headlight glare.

Podcast: College Clinical Adviser Denise Voon MCOptom speaks to Mike Bowen, Director of Knowledge and Research at the College about the current research regarding LED headlights.

Podcast: College Clinical Adviser Denise Voon MCOptom speaks to Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, Member of the House of Lords, about her campaign for stronger regulation and guidance on the use of LED headlights.

Nearly a quarter of UK drivers who have been advised to wear glasses while driving admit to not wearing them behind the wheel.

Clinical files: Patient diagnosed with bilateral glaucoma with a visual field defect, do they need to notify the DVLA (or DVA)?

A report on a survey carried out by the College and funded by the Department for Transport (DfT) indicates that optometrists have an important role to play in educating and informing older patients about their fitness to drive.

The list of ocular conditions that drivers must declare has been reduced.

This online course helps you practise a range of communication skills that are required for patient consultations, including listening, involving patients in decision making, breaking bad news and handling complaints.

The College is supporting a major new road safety campaign called ‘Is Your Vision Roadworthy’.

In the second part of our series looking at the impact of ageing, Léa Suruge asks how to support older patients whose quality of life has been affected by age-related eye disease, and reviews the treatments available.