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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.
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Physical and Visual Comfort in CL Wear