Contact Lens Spectrum offers a variety of no-fee continuing education courses to keep eyecare professionals up to date on the latest in contact lens research and technology. Each course is COPE approved for 2 hours of CE credit and NCLE approved for 1 hour of CE credit. Are you interested in taking a course?

If yes, please register now. Once you've registered, log in and click on the course title to access the article itself. Once you've read the article, you can take the test.

For COPE credit: COPE certificates will be available for instant download. We'll submit the course to ARBO on your behalf, as long as we have your OE Tracker number. Course evaluation forms will be provided after the test.

For NCLE credit: NCLE certificates will be available for instant download. We'll submit the course to ABO-NCLE on your behalf. Evaluation forms will no longer be collected. Please email ABO and NCLE at mail@abo-ncle.org with any comments in regard to this course and/or speaker.


  • gsls Do No Harm When is a Scleral Lens More Detrimental than Beneficial

    Do No Harm When is a Scleral Lens More Detrimental than Beneficial

    Scleral lenses are indicated for many conditions and can be a great option for patients with complex ocular surface disease. But, are there scenarios where scleral lenses are contra-indicated? This course will review the use of scleral lenses in challenging cases and determine whether these lenses are an appropriate option for treatment.

    NOTE: This course is only approved for 1 hour of COPE CE credit.

  • Scleral Lenses for Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease

    Scleral Lenses for Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease

    Dry eye disease DED is a multifactorial disease that disrupts the tear film and causes ocular surface inflammation. In moderate to severe or refractory DED, scleral lenses can improve both signs and symptoms by maintaining ocular surface hydration. They are used when traditional treatments have failed, but before surgical intervention. Additionally, patients with severe ocular surface disease OSD can benefit from the protection and constant lubrication provided by a scleral lens. This article will focus on their therapeutic use for dry eye and ocular surface disease.

  • Key Considerations for Contact Lens Practitioners During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Key Considerations for Contact Lens Practitioners During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    In this CE activity you will learn evidence-based information to help advise patients, with an emphasis on contact lens wearers, on the best steps to take to maintain safe contact lens wear during the pandemic.

    This continuing education activity is supported by unrestricted grants from CooperVision and Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    NOTE: This course is only approved for 2 hours of COPE CE credit.

  • When and How to Use Special Scleral Lens Design Options

    When and How to Use Special Scleral Lens Design Options

    In this CE activity you will learn when and how to use various scleral lens design options, as well as approaching irregular eyes when fitting and modifying scleral lenses. Log in above to start the course.

    This continuing education activity is supported by unrestricted grants from ABB Optical Group, Blanchard Contact Lenses, BostonSight, Menicon, and X-Cel Specialty Contacts

  • Taking the Mystery Out of Scleral Lenses

    Taking the Mystery Out of Scleral Lenses

    In this CE activity you will learn how to identify candidates for scleral lenses, as well as instrumentation to fit SLs more accurately, fitting techniques, first lens selection, and follow-up visits. Log in above to start the course.

    This continuing education activity is supported by unrestricted grants from ABB Optical Group, Blanchard Contact Lenses, BostonSight, Menicon, and X-Cel Specialty Contacts.

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