A review of the latest clinical data for myopia management with multifocal soft contact lenses - Positive Impact

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About the session

CPD ref: C-105932


To present available data evaluating the myopia progression of children and young adults in studies wearing commercially available, soft multifocal contact lens designs over the past seven years. The data will include zonal and extended depth of focus (EDOF) designs.

Target audience

  • Optometrist
  • Dispensing Optician
  • Contact Lens Optician.

Domains and learning outcomes

Clinical practice

  • To understand the latest evidence base for interventions for myopia management and treatment

Speciality CLO

  • To understand the latest evidence base for interventions for myopia management and treatment.


Professor Nicola Logan BSc PhD MCOptom

Nicola is a Professor of Optometry and Director of Research for the Optometry and Vision Science Research Group, School of Optometry, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.
Nicola’s research interests are the epidemiology of refractive error, the development and aetiology of myopia, and strategies for myopia control. Nicola leads an active myopia clinic at Aston University alongside her myopia research clinics and labs and she collaborates with other researchers working in the field of myopia as part of the Myopia Consortium UK and internationally as part of The International Myopia Institute.

Nicola has been a recipient of the Neil Charman Award for Excellence in Research awarded by The College of Optometrists, UK. She has published peer-reviewed papers in the field of myopia and sits on the editorial board for the journal Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics. Nicola is also a member of the myopia management committee for the BCLA. She has led a taskforce for the IMI Accommodation and Binocular Vision White Paper and contributed to the IMI Clinical Myopia Control Trials and Instrumentation Report and IMI Prevention of Myopia and its Progression White Paper.