Putting Myopia Management Standard Of Care Into Action

In 2021, the World Council of Optometry (WCO) passed a resolution that publicly declares support for myopia management as standard of care. Since then, CooperVision has supported the WCO to empower eye care professionals to put this into action, with a multilingual online resource launched and more being added throughout 2022. Explore and learn more here.

Clinical Leader Case Study: From pre-myopia through to myopia control with contact lenses

Myopia management starts with identifying pre-myopes and commencing the discussion with parents, so that future myopia control strategies can be successfully recommended. In our Clinical Leader Case Study format, read how Indie Grewal approached parent communication to smooth the way for eventual myopia control contact lens fitting.

Myopic Adult Risks to kids

Talking to a myopic adult about risks for their children

Adults with myopia may not understand that they have more than just a problem seeing clearly. We discuss genetic risk in glaucoma and macular degeneration – are you doing the same for myopia? How can we talk to myopic adults about risks for their children and support them to take action?

Considering The Individual In Myopia Control

Considering the individual in myopia management

How can you improve your success and strategies in myopia management? Considering the individual’s family situation and risk factors is key to providing the ideal solution that will ensure suitability and compliance.

How can we promote safety in orthokeratology?

Many orthokeratology-related adverse events are due to poor compliance and hygiene processes. This case demonstrates the importance of patient discussion and provides guidance on key steps to promote safety in orthokeratology wear.

Communicating with parents who insist on undercorrection

The majority of parents are unaware of the importance of myopia intervention. What can we do when parents insist on myopia undercorrection for their child? In this case we cover the communication approaches, and also consider the parents’ point of view to achieve the best possible outcomes for their child, as our patient.

Contact lens fitting for an anxious child

Does contact lens fitting for an anxious child with ADHD seem impossible? Here is an inspiring case that saw success at the end – we add guidelines on clinical approaches with children to reduce anxiety.