Publications

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Holden B, Fonn D, Sweeney D, Gauthier C, Sorbara L, Efron N. International Association of Contact Lens Educators expands globally Int Contact Lens Clin 1992;19, 7/8: 174-181

Hui A. Contact lenses for drug delivery – overview and recent developments ContactLensUpdate.com 2012

Hui A. Complications when you least expect them Contact Lens Spectrum 2012;27, Sept: 30-55

Hui A, Jones L. Contact lenses offer effective drug delivery Optometry Pharma 2010, Sept: 26-27

Hui A.. The Future of Fitting: Predictions and contact lens innovations right around the corner Optometric Management 2011, August:

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. Global trends in myopia management: A review ContactLensUpdate.com 2016

Jones D. Summary: IMI – Clinical Myopia Control Trials and Instrumentation report ContactLensUpdate.com 2019

Jones D. What Myopia Management Is and What It Is Not Review of Myopia Management 2020;July [ Show Abstract ]

Almost without exception, a paper or article written about myopia starts with the alarming statistics and predictions regarding the prevalence of myopia worldwide. Globally, clinicians and researchers are hopefully well aware by now of the projection that by 2050, 50 percent of the world’s population will be myopic. While this traditionally sets the scene for the need for action to combat this epidemic, what exactly does the term myopia management mean, and how can it be put into practice?

Jones D. Myopia Management: What Are the Options? Optometric Management 2020;June [ Show Abstract ]

There have been alarming predictions regarding the rate of increase of myopia for the next three decades. Of particular concern is the predicted increase in high myopia, with reports that almost 10% of the world’s population will exhibit myopia in excess of -5.00 D by 2050. Given the abundance of evidence in the literature that shows myopia progression can be reduced, practitioners need to be proactive with their young patients and introduce the concept of myopia control as soon as there is evidence of a myopic refractive error. Additionally, practitioners need to be familiar with the treatment options available.

Jones D. Measure Axial Length to Guide Myopia Management Review of Myopia Management 2020;March 1. [ Show Abstract ]

Myopic patients must be managed and monitored closely. Myopia can no longer be considered as a benign refractive error, and it cannot be managed by traditional optical means. With the growing prevalence of myopia, and the increased risk of ocular pathology associated with high myopia, eye care professionals (ECPs) need to assess their patients for risk factors that may lead to its onset.

Jones D, Woods J. Soft torics: Putting things straight Contact Lens Spectrum 2018;33, September: 12-13

Jones D, Woods J. Maximize the opportunity for part-time contact lens wear Contact Lens Spectrum 2018;33, December: 12-13

Jones D, Woods J. North America - Independence or not? Contact Lens Spectrum 2018;33, March: 14-15

Jones D, Woods J. Accommodating presbyopes: Who does it best? Contact Lens Spectrum 2018;33, June: 12-13

Jones L. A new silicone hydrogel lens comes to market Contact Lens Spectrum ;22, 10: 23

Jones L. Silicone hydrogels and care regimen choice Contacto ;214-7

Jones L. High water content lenses used daily J Brit Contact Lens Assoc 1988;Scientific Meetings26-31

Jones L. Persistent corneal infiltrates Practical Optometry 1999;10, 2: 83-85

Jones L. "TRUE" extended wear hydrogel lenses: practical considerations Contactologia 1999;21104

Jones L. Acquired strabismus Optician 2000;220, 5778: 16-25

Jones L. Ocular therapeutics: is it really worth the effort? Optician 2000;219, 5745: 40-42

Jones L. Management and diagnosis of the red eye in clinical practice 2001 [ Show Abstract ]

Distance continuing education article for Vision Express (UK Optical Chain)

Jones L. How to equip your contact lens practice Optician 2002;223, 5854: 24-27

Jones L. Modern contact lens materials: A clinical performance update Contact Lens Spectrum 2002;17, 9: 24-35