Description:

The BCLA Contact Lens Evidence-based Academic Report (CLEAR) was published in March 2021 and includes more than 300 pages across 11 papers. The report was coordinated by 10 committee chairs and was written by 102 authors based in 16 countries. This lecture will review three key areas from the CLEAR report; terminology and standard abbreviations, lens selection and scleral lenses.  Learning Objectives

Course Code:

AOA195-CL

Speaker(s):

Melissa Barnett, O.D.
drbarnett00@gmail.com

Jason Compton, O.D.
jcompton@comptoneye.com

Renee Reeder, O.D.
reneereeder@upike.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/3/2025

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