April 2011
Optometry Today;4/8/2011, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p10
This section offers news briefs relating to the optometry industry in Great Britain as of April 2011, which includes the collaboration of NO7 Contact Lenses and Mark'ennovy to run a third series of contact lens fitting courses in Hastings, England to educate practitioners on the latest advances in GP and SiHy lens fitting, the holding of the 2nd Oxford Conference on Vision for Children in the Developing World in the week of April 4, and the participation of optometrist Mark Ashton in the London Marathon on April 17.


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