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Teaching & learning lens handling

Published on Jun 5, 2018
7 Minutes Read

Take a moment to consider how to harness the latest research findings to help you stay at the cutting edge of contact lens practice and increase patient satisfaction.

 

Hear from the experts

Why is handling important?

Hear Jane Veys explain how behavioral science highlights the importance of motivational contact lens teaching to your patients and your practice.1


Discover the facts

How can a better understanding of patient experience help?

Improving where, when and how we teach lens handling can help enhance wearer success and encourage retention.1

Click here to find out if your practice can handle it


How can an enhanced handover help?

Establish your staff as teaching experts through an enhanced handover. Convey the patient's motivation for contact lenses and any fears and anxieties that need addressing.

Click here for our fitter to staff handover checklist


Use this in practice

How can Johnson & Johnson Vision resources help?

We have a comprehensive range of online resources to help new wearers get started with contact lenses.

Click here to access our new wearer support resources

References

1. Veys J. Can You Handle it? Johnson & Johnson Institute 2018.

Important Safety Information:

ACUVUE® Contact Lenses are indicated for vision correction. As with any contact lens, eye problems, including corneal ulcers, can develop. Some wearers may experience mild irritation, itching or discomfort. Contact lenses should not be used in case of eye infections or any other eye conditions, or in case of a systemic disease that may affect the eye. For complete information, including contraindications, precautions and adverse reactions, please consult the Instructions for Use or visit our J&J website www.jnjvisionpro.co.uk

 

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