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Astigmatism & Contact Lenses VRICS (CET)

C-76925. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Standards of Practice, Contact lenses), Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination, Contact lenses) and Contact Lens Optician (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination, Contact Lenses). This VRICS exercise considers a variety of patient and practitioner practical scenarios that relate to toric lens design and material properties.You will be given one attempt only at the assessment and must pass with a score of ≥60% to earn 1 CET point. 

Binocular Vision (CET)

C-76927. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Assessment of Visual Function, Binocular Vision) and Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Refractive Management, Paediatric Dispensing) only. Bringing the practitioner back to basics in relation to binocular vision (BV) assessment in young children; this course will demonstrate how to correctly perform cover test and motility and how to differentiate between comitant and incomitant deviations, with particular reference to Accommodative Esotropia and Brown’s Syndrome. This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Comfort by Design (CET)

C-76928. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Contact Lenses), Dispensing Opticians (Contact Lenses) and Contact Lens Opticians (Contact Lenses). There are many factors that affect the performance of a contact lens on the eye. Material properties such as modulus, wettability, coefficient of friction and oxygen transmission all affect the way the lens behaves on the eye. But which of these properties has the most effect on wearer comfort? This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Comfortable Patients (CET)

C-76929. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Contact Lenses) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Contact Lenses) only. Practitioners are well aware of the importance of comfort in successful contact lens wear. This course will discuss the communication, patient and environmental factors that can impact on this and what the practitioner can do to address them. This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Common Systemic Diseases (CET)

C-76930. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for optometrists (Ocular Diseases, Standards of Practice) and dispensing opticians (Ocular Abnormalities, Standards of Practice) only. As Eye Care Practitioners we are taught to take a careful general medical history and note down medication taken by the patient. But how many of us consider the effect of that medication and the condition it is treating on the patient’s general health. In many cases the ECP may be the only health professional that the patient has consulted within a 12 month period. Having a basic understanding of common systemic conditions and their treatment allows ECPs to spot potential problems and refer them to the patient’s GP before they begin to adversely or permanently affect the patient’s health. This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Contact Lens Aftercare (CET)

C-74068. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Contact Lenses), Dispensing Opticians (Standards of Practice, Communication, Contact Lenses) and Contact Lens Opticians (Contact Lenses, Communication). Contact lens aftercare provides an opportunity to review the progress in wear of a patient. It allows the practitioner to review the fit of the lens and the health of the eye and to review how well the lenses meet the patient’s expectations and requirements. It is also an ideal opportunity to reinforce important care messages and to make recommendations for new products or upgrades. This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Dark Side of the Sun (CET)

C-75855 This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Contact Lenses, Ocular Disease), Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Contact Lenses, Ocular Abnormalities) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Ocular Examination, Contact Lenses). Ultraviolet radiation can affect both external and internal ocular structures and may contribute to many ocular pathologies. The damage is cumulative and often irreversible. With longer life spans, the cumulative lifetime dose of UV may be greater than in the past. Evidence suggests that UV radiation may also be of increasing concern due to climate change and ozone depletion. This recorded lecture explains UV protection measures that practitioners can provide to their patients and why they are important. To obtain 1 CET point you must watch the whole lecture and pass the assessment with a score of >60%. You will be given 1 attempt at the assessment.  


Drive Through Dry Eye (CET)

C-75663. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination, Ocular Disease ), Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Abnormalities) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination). Dry eye disease is increasingly common and has become one of the most frequent conditions for patients presenting to primary care. This recorded lecture presented by Sarah Farrant will offer a general overview of the latest DEWS II guidance on dry eye disease, including how to assess and manage it successfully in the primary care setting. Case studies highlighting the different categories of dry eye disease will be presented to show the differing approaches within investigation, diagnosis and effective management of dry eye. To obtain 1 CET point you must watch the whole lecture and pass the assessment with a score of >60%. You will be given 1 attempt at the assessment.  

Dry Eye (CET)

C-74069. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Contact Lenses, Ocular Examination, Ocular Diseases), Dispensing Opticians (Contact Lenses, Ocular Abnormalities) and Contact Lens Opticians (Contact Lenses, Ocular Examination). Tear deficiencies are often described under the umbrella term of “dry eye”. This term encompasses a large number of conditions with a wide range of symptoms and varied aetiologies. In this course we will review the causes, the diagnosis and the treatment of a range of dry eye conditions. This course is made up of five modules. Each module takes approximately ten minutes to complete. Please complete all five modules and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Essential Anatomy for Understanding Dry Eye (CET)

C-74487. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination), Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Standards of Practice, Ocular Examination). The TFOS DEWS II Report has made eye care practitioners increasingly aware of the complex and fragile nature of the tear film. This course will consider the anatomy and physiology of the ocular surface and relate it to the current understanding of the structure and function of the tear film.

This course is made up of two sections. Each section takes approximately 30 minutes to complete – a total of 1 hour minimum for both sections. Please complete both sections and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.

Fundamentals of Presbyopia (CET)

C-76931. This course is accredited for non-interactive CET points for Optometrists (Communication, Contact Lenses) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Contact Lenses) only.   Changing demographics, modern attitudes, more active lifestyles and the fact that many new presbyopes are existing contact lens wearers are all driving growing demand for a spectacle-free solution to presbyopia. This course consists of two modules which covers the fundamentals of presbyopia and reviews the correction options available. They serve to help you appreciate how little patients know about presbyopia and the vision correction options available. This course should take approximately 40-50 minutes to complete. Please complete all modules to obtain 1 CET point, which is available to Optometrists and Contact Lens Opticians only.

Introduction to Dry Eye: Definition, Classification & Practical Investigation (CET)

C-74489. This course is approved for 1 non-interactive CET point for Optometrists (Communication, Ocular Examination, Ocular Disease), Dispensing Opticians (Communication, Ocular Examination, Ocular Abnormalities) and Contact Lens Opticians (Communication, Ocular Examination). Dry eye and tear film disorders commonly present in optometric practice. This course will encourage you to consider the impact of dry eye and how it affects our patients lives. It will consider the prevalence of Dry Eye along with the updated definition of this multifactorial disease and will encourage you to consider the presenting signs and symptoms that patients may experience, along with the key investigations required to make a diagnosis and offer advice.

This course is made up of five sections. Each section takes between approximately 10 and 20 minutes to complete – a total of 1 hour 15 minutes minimum for all sections. Please complete all five sections and pass the assessment with a score of ≥ 60% to earn 1 CET point.  You will be given two attempts at the assessment.