Publications

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Muntz A, Walther H.. Das trockene Auge im digitalen Alter: Updates aus der Forschung Sichtkontakte, Virtual Conference, October 9, 2021

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

Phan C. Can we simulate the anterior eye to further improve contact lenses of the future? BCLA Virtual Clinical Conference & Exhibition, June 13, 2021

Stahl U. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Cambridge, Ontario, 2018

Stahl U. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2018

Stahl U. Highlights of TFOS DEWS II report and its clinical implications Novartis Symposium, Moncton, New Brunswick, 2018

van der Worp E, Jones L, Wolffsohn J. A clear vision on dropouts Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, USA, 2020

Walsh K. Lids and Dry Eye BCDO conference, Vancouver, April, 2020

Walsh K. Sharing the unique perspective of a practitioner, a patient, and a parent Global Myopia Symposium, Virtual Conference, September, 2020

Walsh K. Lids and Dry Eye Interactive Webinar. April 14th, 2020

Walsh K. Lids and Dry Eye Interactive Webinar. April 8th, 2020

Walsh K. Sharing the unique perspective of a practitioner, a patient, and a parent. Reshaping the future of community eye health virtual conference, Singapore, March 2021, 2021

Walsh K. Managing lid margin disease in dry eye and contact lens wearers Online Optometry Learning Series, April, 2021

Walsh K, Jones L. Does research guide contact lens clinical practice? Assotticca Conference, Rome, Italy, 2019

Walsh K, Jones L. Developing an enhanced contact lens clinical routine Assotticca Conference, Rome, Italy, 2019

Walsh K, Jones L. Dry eye and contacts: Harmony or havoc? Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, USA, 2020

Walsh K, Jones L, Kojima R. Working smart: How to streamline your dry eye practice with new technology Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, USA, 2020

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.

Walsh K, Jones L, Wolffsohn J. Dry Eye Workshop Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, USA, Jan, 2020

Walsh K, Schulze M. New Findings to Help Contact Lens Wearers in our New Normal Alberta Association of Optometrists, Webinar. November 3rd, 2020

Williams R, Srinivasan S, Jones L. Career Transitions ARVO Advance Research Career Development Conference, Virtual Conference, February 26, 2021

Woods J. Why daily disposable lenses and which to choose? Ontario Association of Optometrists Northwestern District meeting, Thunder Bay, Ontario, 2016

Woods J. One day disposables: Simplifying the choices CooperVision educational event, Cambridge, Ontario, 2016

Woods J. One day disposables: Simplifying the choices CooperVision educational event, Markham, Ontario, 2016

Woods J. One day disposables: Simplifying the choices OSI conference, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 2017