mivision Issue 99, Mar 2015

Who would have thought, when they went into optometry, they might find themselves caught up in forensic investigations. Highly unusual yes, but optometry can provide an invaluable insight into... More

Accidental Detectives

A pair of bloodied glasses at a crime scene… the victim of a freak road accident wearing blue-tinted sunglasses at night… a multiple homicide and spectacles with an unusual script.... More

2CPD Points: Clinical...

Ultra-widefield (UWF) retinal imaging represents the evolution of a technology first invented to view the retina back in 1850. Today’s highly sophisticated system offers multimodal UWF imaging, ... More

Fleye Eyewear Beyond...

Danish eyewear company Fleye – Fine Looking Eye – is taking the world by storm, winning multiple international awards with its featherlight frames in innovative colour combinations that... More

mifeature

Taking the Macular Disease Message Global

When Julie Heraghty took up the role of CEO of the Macular Disease Foundation Australia in 2004, little did she know she was about to influence the way the world would approach macular degeneration, the...   Read More

minews

Wireless Tear Production for Dry Eye

Two tiny wireless devices, being tested for their ability to stimulate natural tear production in patients with dry eye, have been welcomed with caution by Australian eye health specialists. The devices have...   Read More

miblog

How to Ensure your Future as an Independent

Business consultant Michael Jacobs reflects on lessons learnt from a high profile career in optics, giving mivision his ‘two cents worth’ on the future for independent optometry, Australian-style....   Read More