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In this programme three experts look at all aspects of a routine eye examination on older patients in community practice. They explain how to adapt the routine to the additional requirements of elderly patients, how to make the examination more relevant and effective and how to understand the results obtained.
The programme provides guidance on all aspects in a routine eye examination, looking at ways to adapt refraction and examination techniques to be able to offer the best advice to elderly patients.
The sections covered include: history and symptoms, vision and charts, pupil assessment, binocular tests, refraction, ocular examination, supplementary tests and advice.
The programme is particularly suitable for newly qualified optometrists and optometrists returning from extended breaks.