Weekly recap Questions of the Day. Week of June 6-11.

I hope you enjoyed this week's Questions of the Day and his responses. By way of reminder, here are the questions again.




Question of the Day #371' I work in a community eye care practice. I have recently qualified and look young for my age. Some patients comment on how young I look. I sense that they are worried that I am young and therefore not competent enough to examine their eyes. Do you have any tips as to how I can overcome this?


Question of the Day #372’ I work in a community eye care practice. I see a lot of older people (70 years and above). I’m not sure whether to advise them to have an examination every year or every two years. What’s your advice??



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  • Jun 13, 2022
  • 08:50 AM