Complete issue, OiP, Volume 11, Issue 2, 2010, various authors

3 May 2010
Volume 11, Issue 2

Articles cover the following subjects: Albinism, clinical decision making, epidemiology of contact lens-related microbial keratitis, effective supervision and soft contact lenses for irregular cornea.

Summary

Articles: 1) Albinism: What the GOS Optometrist needs to know (by Natasha Healey, A Jonathan Jackson, Colin E Willoughby and Julie F McClelland). 2) Clinical Decision Making for Optometrists in Management of Red Eye (by Reshma S Thampy and Jeffrey Kwartz). 3) Epidemiology of Contact Lens-related Microbial Keratitis (by Lisa Keay). 4) How to be an effective Supervisor (by Josephine Mullin). 5) Soft Contact Lenses for Irregular Cornea (by Lynn White).

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