Not so fast: managing myopia in children

30 July 2021
Summer 2021

Dr Louise Terry MCOptom on how her own experience of myopia is informing innovative ways to manage the condition in children.

Lecturer, Admissions Tutor and Head of Clinics at Cardiff University – and a teacher at the Wales Optometry Postgraduate Education Centre (WOPEC) – Dr Louise Terry MCOptom has presented her research around the world and received a significant number of honours and awards. 

Louise’s professional journey is only 10 years old, but her connection with optometry and her interest in myopia has a much longer, more personal history.

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