- New Investec Debit Card
- Contact Lens Summit Tackles...
- ODMA Stays in Brisbane
- Bendigo Optom Awarded
- Victorian Vision Initiative...
- MDFA Awards $600K Research Grants
- Optical Loses in US Tax Change
- Deakin’s New Training Centre
Eylea Approved to Treat Macular ...
Eylea (aflibercept) has been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for the treatment of visual impairment due to macular oedema secondary to central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) in... More
The Year That Was
Another year has slipped by and it is timely to reflect on the year that’s gone. What are the achievements in the Year of the Snake, that come to mind – personally and professionally? How ... More
The Art and Science of...
The seaside city of Hobart, Tasmania was home to researchers, ophthalmologists, ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists and practice managers from Australia and the world last month, as they met for the 45th... More
Fighting Fires: Dealing with...
Bushfires raging through Australian townships this season have already stolen homes and lives. Mark Unsworth, Captain of the Ku-ring-gai Bushfire Brigade said in his 20 years of voluntary service... More
Keeping It Real: Teen Tested Eyewear
On any given Friday and Saturday night, in countless homes across the country, you’ll hear an adult screech: “You can’t go out looking like that!” The comment – directed at said... Read More
CPD Modules Available
Low Vision Care: More than Just Magnifiers
Providing low vision care need not be a daunting prospect. Optometrists can provide much needed advice, assessments and devices with relatively few alterations to routine practice. In doing so, they can... Read More
Australian Optoms Receive American Fellowships
Australian optometrists Drs. Laura Downie, Mark Roth and Josephine Li, all from the Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences, University of Melbourne, have been awarded fellowships by the American Academy... Read More