It is evident that the quality of clinical service provided by an eye care practitioner is a function of his/her clinical skills and the provision of state-of-the-art instrumentation facilities and ophthalmic products. The pace of technological and scientific development is much faster today than it was 50 years ago. In the past, when an innovative idea was proposed by a scientist or clinician it was usually followed by a lengthy period of development before any direct application was attempted. This relatively long transitional period allowed widespread discussion of the idea before any practical application was attempted, so that any outcome could be smoothly integrated into clinical practice. In contrast, today’s academic and commercial pressures frequently force premature publication and exploitation of new ideas, methods and therapeutic interventions.

Thus, the eye care practitioner, and especially the optometrist, should be equipped with basic knowledge about visual function and functional vision and have full understanding of cutting-edge technology to diagnose, evaluate and manage any refractive condition and decide on the interventions needed to optimise / rehabilitate visual performance.

This course offers a range of basic and advanced knowledge on ophthalmic optics, contact lenses and new technologies for evaluating and correcting visual performance that can bridge the gap between scientific interpretations and patients’ needs, satisfaction and complaints, offering to the eye care practitioner an ongoing search for improved methods of diagnosis and rehabilitation.


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