refractionist

refractionist

 [re-frak´shun-ist]
one skilled in determining the refracting power of the eyes and correcting refracting defects.

re·frac·tion·ist

(rē-frak'shŭn-ist),
A person trained to measure the refraction of the eye and to determine the proper corrective lenses.

refractionist

/re·frac·tion·ist/ (-ist) one skilled in determining the refracting power of the eyes and correcting refracting defects.

re·frac·tion·ist

(rē-frak'shŭn-ist)
A person trained to measure the refraction of the eye and to determine the proper corrective lenses.

refractionist 

One who measures and corrects the refractive state of the eye. See optometrist.
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While the argument for the delegated functions to receive refractionist status is stronger; an optometrist is the best-qualified person to perform a comprehensive sight test including the refraction.
Four NAVTEC courses for youth will be conducted at Al-Shifa Trust Hospital, here, including Ophthalmic Technician, Ophthalmic Nurses, Equipment Technician and Refractionist.
Under this project Al-Shifa had trained over 300 paramedics in various disciplines including Optometry, Nursing, eye technician, refractionist and orthotics etc.
Having served as Refractionist at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital for 30 years, he now looks after contact lens cases at his ophthalmologist son's clinic OphthaCare Eye Centre.
A Vision Aid optometrist, Nina, giving training advice to refractionists in Zambia
Ophthalmologists, refractionists and other medical professionals donate their time to examine people, and volunteers organize and run the clinics.