The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic

Clark, Rosie, Blundell, James, Dunn, Matt, Erichsen, Jonathan T., Giardini, Mario, Gottlob, Irene, Harris, Chris J., Lee, Helena, McIlreavy, Lee, Olsen, Andrew, Self, Jay, Vinuela-Navarro, Valldeflors, Waddington, Jonathan, Woodhouse, Maggie, Gilchrist, Iain and Williams, Cathy (2019). The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic. Eye ,


Numerous research studies have demonstrated the scope and value of eye movement recording (EMR). There is now potential for EMR to be helpful in a range of clinical contexts and it could be developed as a routine part of the repertoire of clinical investigations offered by the NHS, at least in tertiary centres. We highlight potential uses and challenges below, as a prelude to further development and debate

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Divisions: Life & Health Sciences > Ophthalmic Research Group
Life & Health Sciences > Optometry
Life & Health Sciences
Additional Information: © The Royal College of Ophthalmologists 2019
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ophthalmology,Sensory Systems
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Accepted Date: 2019-01-23
Published Online Date: 2019-04-08
Published Date: 2019-04-08
Authors: Clark, Rosie
Blundell, James
Dunn, Matt
Erichsen, Jonathan T.
Giardini, Mario
Gottlob, Irene
Harris, Chris J.
Lee, Helena
McIlreavy, Lee
Olsen, Andrew
Self, Jay
Vinuela-Navarro, Valldeflors ( 0000-0002-1933-5906)
Waddington, Jonathan
Woodhouse, Maggie
Gilchrist, Iain
Williams, Cathy



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