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OPO special - Part 1: Is 'comfortable’ print size a useful clinical parameter?

OPO special - Part 1: Is 'comfortable’ print size a useful clinical parameter?

Update: 2022-06-17
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In this two-part special OPO edition of the podcast, Daniel and Martin speak to College scholars, Associate Professor Keziah Latham FCOptom and  Doctor Jane Macnaughton FCOptom from Anglia Ruskin University. They discuss their research paper, asking if patient-identified ‘comfortable’ print size is a useful clinical parameter for low vision reading assessment.


Look out for the second episode with three more OPO journal authors, celebrating the work of College PhD scholars.


To read the articles and for more OPO papers, visit www.college-optometrists.org/OPO


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OPO special - Part 1: Is 'comfortable’ print size a useful clinical parameter?

OPO special - Part 1: Is 'comfortable’ print size a useful clinical parameter?

The College of Optometrists