Publications

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Bitton E, Jones L. TFOS DEWS II – case based discussion Alcon meeting, Toronto, 2018

Craig J, Jones L. Iatrogenic dry eye: Findings from TFOS DEWS II American Optometric Association, Denver, USA, 2018

Craig J, Jones L, Wolffsohn J. TFOS DEWSII Diagnosis and management of dry eye disease – LIVE! 11th Congreso Anual de Oftalmología, Bogota, Colombia, 2020

Craig J, Srinivasan S, Wolffsohn J, Jones L. Dry eye tech LIVE! BCLA Conference, Manchester, UK. Jun 2019, 2019

Craig J, Wolffsohn, Jones L. Incorporating TFOS DEWS II into clinical practice American Academy of Optometry, Chicago, USA, 2017

Craig J, Wolffsohn J, Bitton E, Purslow C, Jones L. Controversies in optimising the ocular surface BCLA Conference, Manchester, UK., 2019

Craig J, Wolffsohn J, Jones L. Incorporating TFOS DEWS II into clinical practice American Optometric Association, Denver, USA, 2018

Craig J, Woods C, Jones L. Dry eye detection and management – LIVE! Scottish Contact Lens & Ocular Surface Society, Glasgow, Scotland, 2018

DeLoss K, van der Worp E, Jones L, Pal S, Steele K, Szczotka-Flynn L. A vision on specialty lens care Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, USA, 2020

Jones,L., Walsh,K.. COVID-19 and contact lenses - Practice re-entry considerations Optician 2020;August22-28 [ Show Abstract ]

A return to contact lens practice after the COVID-19 lock down requires an enhanced awareness of the risks and possibilities of contamination in the practice, and how to manage these. Patients can be triaged via a survey and telehealth before the appointment, and then precautions taken to assure distancing and protection as far as possible during their time in the practice. Staff need to be trained in new procedures and protected from exposure via screens and masks. Regular, rigorous cleaning of surfaces and equipment needs to be carried out between appointments and re-useable diagnostic lenses will need to be disinfected according to rigorous guidelines. However, with adequate guidance and care, contact lens wear continues to be a good option for patients.

Jones D. Chidren's Vision Pre-School and Beyond Ontario Association of Optometrists annual meeting. Niagara Falls, ON, 2014

Jones D. Myopia control - dream or reality University of Waterloo CE cruise, 2015

Jones D. Pediatrics - when an what to prescribe University of Waterloo CE cruise, 2015

Jones D. Pediatrics in Practice Nova Scotia Association of Optometrists Annual Meeting, Optometric Personnel. Halifax, NS , 2017

Jones D. Myopia, can we control the epidemic Nova Scotia Association of Optometrists Annual Meeting, Optometric Personnel. Halifax, NS , 2017

Jones D. Myopia control – Dream or reality Journées Optométriques. Quebec City , 2017

Jones D. Myopia – The epidemic Nova Scotia Association of Optometrists Annual Meeting, Halifax, NS, 2017

Jones D. Myopia – can we control the epidemic? CooperVision annual sales meeting, Orlando, Florida, 2017

Jones D. Myopia. It’s an epidemic, can anything be done? Salon Vision, Montreal, 2017

Jones D. Myopia prevalence and what it means to optometry British Columbia Association of Optometrists, Vancouver, 2017

Jones D. Myopia Control Ontario Association of Optometrists annual meeting. Toronto, ON, 2018

Jones D. Myopia control, results of MiSight study Training webinar, 2018

Jones D. What went wrong? Manitoba Association of Optometrists annual meeting. Brandon, Manitoba, 2018

Jones D. Examination of the pediatric patient Ontario Association of Optometrists annual meeting. Toronto, ON, 2018

Jones D. Myopia, can we control the epidemic Eye Trust Network. Toronto, 2018