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This edition of Advances in Eyecare includes interviews with top academics considering the best way to interpret the published literature and evidence base that may influence the way we practice optometry.
Professor Brendan Barrett looks at the various ways literature reviews are undertaken and then explains how he uses the new Cochrane Risk of Bias tool to understand the robustness of published research into the impact of coloured lenses in influencing reading ability.
Dr Catherine Suttle discusses how to assess research using a critical appraisal tool to help decide on whether the outcomes of any research are significant and to what extent.
Professor Jennifer Craig offers a unique insight into the recently published TFOS DEWS II report which redefines dry eye disease, looks at the evidence base for assessment and management, and is likely to influence our clinical practice with dry eye in years to come.