Optometry in Practice (OiP) is the College’s quarterly CPD/CET journal. In every edition you will find articles highlighting the latest research, analysis and opinion on a range of topics.
Latest issue: Volume 19, Issue 1
A brief overview of the various techniques in non-penetrating glaucoma surgery and their advantages and disadvantages in comparison with traditional penetrating glaucoma surgery.
Current imaging-based technologies which can aid the detection of ACG.
Looking at the impact of the lesser known effects of glaucoma, in order to improve understanding and care of patient.
Articles in this edition cover: Conjunctival response to soft contact lens wear, medical management of chronic open-angle glaucoma, vortex keratopathy and Fabry disease, ocular genetics in clinical practice, and customer service leadership .
Articles in this edition cover intraocular scatter and visual performances, the structure–function relationship in glaucoma, current trends in macular hole management and visual acuity and visual satisfaction.
Articles cover: The NICE guideline on diagnosis and management of COAG and ocular hypertension, glaucoma detection, cataract development in relation to morphology and depression and acquired visual Impairment.
Articles cover: Low vision; HES case studies, a community ophthalmic service for the management of paediatric refractive eye problems; glaucoma co-management; contact lens devices in the management of corneal and ocular surface disease; and extended roles in hospital optometry.