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The Directorate of Orthoptics and Vision Science has been awarded third prize for a photo competition to mark World Orthoptic Day 2015.
A number of Liverpool submissions were considered to highlight the work of the orthoptic profession and to promote the activities of orthoptists around the world.
The team also developed a series of eye animations to show eye movement disorders. To see the films click here.
View the gallery below for the Liverpool photography entries, including the prize winning submission, ‘Julie Eye,’ created by Dr Anna O’Connor and Alan Bannister.
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