Publications

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Sulley A, Jones L, French K. Silicone hydrogels - ten years on Dispensing Optics 2009;24, 8: 4-12

Sweeney D, Fonn D, Evans K. Silicone hydrogels: the evolution of a revolution Contact Lens Spectrum 2006;21, 2s: 14-19

Sweeney D, Fonn D, Evans K. Silicone hydrogels: the evolution of a revolution Contact Lens Spectrum 2006;21, 2: 28-38

Sweeney D, Fonn D, Guillon M. Silicone hydrogels - clinical performance, factors affecting success and tear exchange - multiple-choice answers Optician 2000;219, 5733: 16

Tan W, Jones L. Are all preservatives contraindicated in the management of dry eye disease? Ocular Surface Insight 2022;1513-16

van der Worp E, Wolffsohn J, Jones L. Dropping the dropout rate Contact Lens Spectrum 2020;35, May: 36-43 [ Show Abstract ]

A review of soft lens types and fitting strategies that can help reduce the dropout rate among soft lens wearers.

At the 2020 Global Specialty Lens Symposium (GSLS), specialty lens topics from A to Z naturally dominated the program. However, soft lens fitting relating to all of its aspects is also one of the topics that the meeting covers, because the vast majority of contact lenses fitted worldwide are standard soft lenses, as confirmed by the annual Eurolens Research Survey published each year in the January issue of Contact Lens Spectrum.

van der Worp E, Morgan P, Efron N, Helland M, Jones L, Tranoudis Y, Woods CA. A survey of contact lens fitting: an international perspective (Enquete contactlensaanpassingen International 2001) Visus 2002;115-19

van der Worp E, Morgan P, Efron N, Helland M, Jones L, Woods CA. Contactlens aanpassingen International Visus 2001;1151-157

Varikooty J. Summary: Report of the Subcommittee on Neurobiology ContactLensUpdate.com 2014

Varikooty J, Stahl U. Visualization of limbal/conjunctival folliculitis associated with soft contact lens wear ContactLensUpdate.com 2012

Walker M, Bergmanson J, Fadel D, Johns L. Evidence-based Research and Clinical Practice Contact Lens Spectrum 2022;37, October: 38-43

Walker M, Bergmanson J, Schornack M, Fadel D. IFSLR 2023 RECAP Contact Lens Spectrum 2023;38, September: 37-41

Walsh K. Contact lens aftercare: an opportunity to deliver great customer experience Optik 2016

Walsh K. Not all contact lens deposits are bad Optik 2016

Walsh K. Three days of the latest in education, innovation and best practice Optik 2017

Walsh K. Building a bigger basket with your contact lens wearers Optik 2017

Walsh K. The astigmat in contact lenses: their experience and your opportunity Optik 2017

Walsh K. Material protection: UV and contacts Optik 2017

Walsh K. Hurry up and fit them while they’re young Optik 2017

Walsh K. A glimpse of a future contact lens practice Optik 2017

Walsh K. Pupil diameter, working distance and illumination during habitual tasks. Implications for simultaneous vision contact lenses for presbyopia - An article review ContactLensUpdate.com 2017

Walsh K. Summary: Definition and classification report ContactLensUpdate.com 2017

Walsh K. Myth 3: It is not worth correcting low astigmats with toric contact lenses ContactLensUpdate.com 2018

Walsh K. Myth or reality? ContactLensUpdate.com 2018

Walsh K. Summary: Defining and Classifying Myopia: A Proposed Set of Standards for Clinical and Epidemiological Studies ContactLensUpdate.com 2019