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22 February 2017

DOCET - Open your Eyes: Modern life and its effects on the eye: Nutrition

The aim of this course is to emphasise the link between poor nutrition and certain eye disorders and to establish how best to communicate accurate and relevant information.

Public health
22 February 2017

DOCET - Open your eyes: Modern life and its effects on the eye: Smoking

This course discusses the major impact of smoking upon eye health and shows how optometrists can play an important role in helping people access cessation services in the UK.

Public health
22 February 2017

DOCET - Open your Eyes: Modern life and its effects on the eye: UV light

This course discusses the major impact of short wavelength and visible light upon the eye and surrounding tissues and considers the best approach to communicate this and to assess any impact.

Public health
22 February 2017

Better data, better care - ophthalmic public health data report

A report into the ophthalmic public health data available, and how it can be improved to be more useful. (1.3MB)

Public health
15 February 2017

Blue light lecture

Public health
07 February 2017

Driving (older patient) case study

You can discuss this case study in practice as part of your CET. Key questions and sample answers are included.

Driving Public health
24 January 2017

DOCET - Open your Eyes: Modern life and its effects on the eye: Driving

Do you know your legal responsibilities with regards to patients' vision and driving?

Driving Public health
23 January 2017

Focus on falls

Falls Public health
23 January 2017

Patient leaflets

AMD Cataract Children Contact lenses Falls Glaucoma Medical retina Public health
16 February 2016

Computer vision syndrome (a.k.a. digital eye strain)

Principal ocular causes for the condition, and how the standard eye examination should be modified to meet today's visual demands.

Public health
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