Striving for equity in eye heath

He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata he tangata he tangata. What is the most important thing in this world? It is people, it is people, it is people.

This Māori whakataukī (proverb) doesn’t have any greater application than in the world of healthcare and for providing more equitable outcomes in health from research to practice...

 

What’s new in dry eye management today and looking ahead

In the early days of my clinical career, most products for managing dry eye disease (DED) focused on increasing eye lubrication using a limited range of...

Amniotic membrane in optometry practice for dry eye patients?

Amniotic membrane (amnion) is the innermost layer of the amniotic sac, which surrounds the baby during pregnancy1. Amniotic membrane has been considered...

Providing an optometric dry eye service through a pandemic

Scotland, like many places, has experienced a cycle of peaks and troughs in Covid-19 case numbers and corresponding restriction levels. I work as part...

New kids on the block in DED

As research in dry eye disease continues to take important steps forward, industry partners have stepped up to bring an exciting range of multifunctional...

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