“This book is a welcome addition to any optometrist’s library. It is useful for undergraduates, pre-registration graduates, low-vision specialists and in fact any optometrists. It may also be a useful reference tool for rehabilitation workers, social workers, occupational therapists and anyone working within the visual impairment field. With the increasingly ageing population it will be virtually impossible for any practising optometrist to avoid seeing a visually impaired patient.”
Optician / 15.06.07 / pg. 40
Edited by Jonathan Jackson, PhD, Ophthalmology & Vision Science, Queen's University Belfast, UK; and James Wolffsohn, BSc, PhD, MCOptom, Senior Lecturer, Neurosciences Research Institute, Aston University, Birmingham, UK
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