mivision Issue 103, Jul 2015

No-one could deny that the patient pathway – the process by which a patient has a medical issue assessed and treated – is critical to their medical outcome. For our lead story this issue... More

The Patient Pathway Health...

Dr. Arthur Karagiannis was the ophthalmologist who led the notorious glaucoma management legal case against Optometry Board Australia (OBA). Yet ironically, this former President of the Australian... More

2CPD Pts: Limbal Stem Cell...

When there is a deficiency of limbal stem cells, the corneal surface is prone to epithelial defects, inflammation, vascularisation and eventual conjunctivalisation.1 For the patient, poor vision,... More

Bold & Bright

What better way to focus your customer’s attention and lift their spirits than by filling the windows this spring with optical and sun frames that are bold, bright... and even brazen. You know... More

mifeature

Alan Saks Looks to the Future

Alan Saks is a third generation optometrist. Based in Auckland New Zealand, he is actively involved in the profession, having served multiple terms as President of Contact Lens Societies and arranged numerous...   Read More

mitwocents

Independent, but Not Alone

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

mioptometry

Another Super (sold out) Sunday

A sold out Super Sunday saw 500 optometrists pour into the historic locomotive workshop buildings at Eveleigh in Sydney where they heard the latest findings on eye health – from the challenges associated ...   Read More