Continuing Education Presentations

2018

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

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

Jones L. SiHy vs hydrogels – same or different? East-West eye conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2018

Jones L. Disease monitoring, biosensing and drug delivery NCC, Veldhoven, Netherlands, 2018

Jones L. The great debate: Silicone hydrogels vs hydrogels East-West eye conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2018

Jones L. Myopia control: An update East-West eye conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2018

Jones L. Management & therapy of dry eye disease: Incorporating TFOS DEWS II into practice East-West eye conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2018

Jones L. Contact lenses in 2020 and beyond: What does the future for contacts look like? East-West eye conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2018

Jones L. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Victoria Island, British Columbia, 2018

Jones L. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Thunder Bay, Ontario, 2018

Jones L. Implications of TFOS DEWS II to successful contact lens fitting Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Mexico City, Mexico, 2018

Jones L. How CL wear is affected by dryness: Diagnosis & solutions Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Mexico City, Mexico, 2018

Jones L. From fitting to follow-up: How to maximise success Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2018

Jones L. Corneal infiltrative events (CIE) and contact lenses: Avoidable or not? Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2018

Jones L. Implications of TFOS DEWSII to successful contact lens fitting Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2018

Jones L. Uptake and release of preservatives to soft lens materials – a clinical perspective Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Moscow, Russia, 2018

Jones L. Retaining patients and sales in today’s optometric practice Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. The future for contacts? Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. Contact lens solutions: Friends or foes? Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. Management and therapy of dry eye disease: A TFOS DEWS II update Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. Myopia control update Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. The impact of MGD and demodex on contact lens success Saskatchewan Optometric Association, Regina, Saskatchewan, 2018

Jones L. Proteins and their role in the tear film Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Warsaw, Poland, 2018

Jones L. Is this the end of hydrogels? Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Warsaw, Poland, 2018

Jones L. Protein deposits and contact lenses: Good or bad? Hong Kong Cornea and Contact Lens Society, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 2018

Jones L. Contact lenses in 2020 and beyond Hong Kong Cornea and Contact Lens Society, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 2018

Jones L. TFOS DEWS reports – change over time NCC, Veldhoven, Netherlands, 2018

Jones L. Digital eye fatigue Alcon meeting, Toronto, 2018

Jones L. Daily disposable update IRIS meeting, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 2018

Jones L. The future for contact lenses IRIS meeting, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 2018

Jones L. Future of contact lenses AOCLE Educators meeting, Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, 2018

Jones L. Contact lenses for drug and cell delivery – dream or reality? Menicon research forum, Nagoya, Japan, 2018

Jones L. Nutrition and dry eye: An update CIOCV Congress, Braga, Portugal, 2018

Jones L, Craig J. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Brampton, Ontario, 2018

Jones L, Morgan P. Interactions between lens materials and the tear film Acuvue Eye-Health Advisor Symposium, Moscow, Russia, 2018

Jones L, Morgan P, Nichols J. Breakthroughs in lens materials Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, 2018

Jones L, Woods J, Walsh K. Contact lens selection on trial Part 1: neophytes NCC, Veldhoven, Netherlands, 2018

Jones L, Woods J, Walsh K. Contact lens selection on trial Part 2: existing wearers NCC, Veldhoven, Netherlands, 2018

Morgan P, Nichols J, Jones L. Where have all the wearers gone? Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, 2018

Papas E, Jones L, Morgan P. How Close is the Future? NCC, Veldhoven, Netherlands, 2018

Walsh K, Jones L, Luensmann D, Woods J. Rapid Fire: Celebrating 20 Years of Silicone Hydrogels: The Past, Present and Future American Academy of Optometry, San Antonio, USA, 2018 [ Show Abstract ]

Using the analogy of a child growing up, four presenters cover the twenty-year timeline of silicone hydrogels (SiHys). How does the historical performance of this material inform both currently available lenses and future applications? Each part of the talk covers a specific period in the timeline since 1998: from infancy, through to elementary and high school years, balancing properties for comfortable daily wear and gaining increased understanding of interactions with the ocular surface and tear film. At age 20, SiHys have yet to graduate from college, leaving the last talk to share what the future may hold.