- Indigenous Art Frames Eye Health
- VOS Extended into More Communities
- New Glaucoma Drug for PBS
- Evidence-based Workshops
- CooperVision ANZ New GM
- Peer-reviewed Paper Finds Shared...
- Multifocal IOLs Embraced, But Not...
- Ocular Therapeutics Online
Maximising OCT Benefit A Survey
Results from a recent Australian survey has identified that patient care might be improved – simply because optometrists are not taking the opportunity to get the most from their OCT. The way... More
Cataract Surgery: Optimising...
This month we review new models to measure patient outcomes, the value of surgical experience and new technologies that will to enhance the process of cataract surgery. Over three years, data on... More
The Great Australian Design...
In the global marketplace, where luxury brands can be picked up online or in-store for a song, sophisticated consumers are searching for more. A frame that defines their personality, that adds a... More
2CPD Points: Dry Eye Disease...
The search for the panacea in dry eye treatment proceeds in an unrelenting manner. This is because dry eye disease in some clinical settings is present in well over 50 per cent of the patient... More
Indigenous Art Frames Eye Health
A painting from an Indigenous artist, Langliki, has been transferred onto the arms of optical frames in a fundraising campaign initiated by Specsavers. Proceeds from each of the frames sold will be donated to... Read More
Uniform Clinical Approach to Treating Dry Eye
The trauma suffered by people with dry eye, in particular extreme dry eye, is unbearable. These people require Australian optometrists to follow a uniform approach to diagnosing, testing for and treating dry... Read More
Water Gradient Contact Lenses
Dr. Gregory W. DeNaeyer from the United States recently stated, “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a lens with the benefits of both hydrogel and silicone hydrogel materials?”1 Now researchers in ... Read More