The EyeTools professional development platform is now closed. Please do not attempt to log in or register.
I’m starting other projects and need to reallocate time and money spent on EyeTools to those.
I hope the EyeTools content has been of use. I have enjoyed creating it and have learnt a lot from doing so and from the questions I have received.
Thanks and all the best.
The Art of Clinical Practice in Optometry (The Art of… Book 2)
Get the edge on classmates and improve your marks. They all use the same books. Use something different. Use The Art of…
Get the edge on other applicants. Use something different. Use The Art of…. Get that job.
Get the edge on the competition and improve your business. Use something different. Use The Art of….
Get the edge and get better at what you do.
This book contains straightforward descriptions allied to illustrations highlighting principal features of clinical procedures used by optometrists. A step-by-step approach makes learning easy.
It will be useful to those junior ophthalmologists, dispensing opticians and orthoptists who want to learn how to undertake retinoscopy and subjective refraction.
It contains a mass of information that will develop student optometrists and novices and remind those returning to clinic.
The Art of Investigating Binocular Vision Anomalies
Binocular vision investigation is often considered to be a confusing and challenging subject. Deficient investigation leads practitioners to become frustrated, lack confidence in the diagnosis and to choose inadequate management.
Our view is that difficulty in obtaining the correct diagnosis occurs as a consequence of substandard investigation; namely, using the wrong test and conducting the correct tests but using deficient techniques.
We have attempted to remedy this by writing the second edition of our guide which has a practical emphasis to binocular vision investigation. Our aim was to prepare a practical guide to demystifying diagnosis in binocular vision anomalies.
The content is based on our understanding of current standard clinical practice, extensive experience of diagnosing and managing binocular vision problems and teaching binocular vision at student and practitioner levels.
We have not attempted to cover all aspects of binocular vision and this book is not meant to be a reference text. It is intended to be a step-by-step guide to assist the practitioner in developing and improving clinical techniques to enable accurate diagnoses and successful management.
By using this book to improve their binocular vision investigation practitioners will be able to better assist their patients.