- Final Episode for Fitovers...
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mivision Issue 88, March 2014
In this issue we look into two of the leading causes of irreversible blindness – Glaucoma and Diabetic Eye Disease. World Glaucoma Week runs from 9 – 15 March. It’s staggering to... More
International Low Vision...
Eye care professionals will have a unique opportunity to hear from international experts on low vision as well as people living with low vision, when the 11th International Conference on Low Vision... More
2CPD Points: Ultra-widefield...
Ultra-widefield imaging (UWF) is becoming more clinically accessible to optometrists and ophthalmologists, making it an important tool in the evaluation and management of lesions, tears and... More
2CPD Points: Smartphone and...
Smartphones and tablet computers are a ubiquitous feature of the modern world – their penetration of the market is such that most of us are familiar with them, or own one (or several) of the... More
An Association at a Crossroad
After 100 years, the Optometrists Association Australia is at a cross-road. Now it is taking steps to re-evaluate and promote its offering to members. mivision spoke to Genevieve Quilty, National Chief... Read More
mivision ophthalmic journal: March Out Now
The March issue of mivision ophthalmic journal is out now. In this issue we look into two of the leading causes of irreversible blindness – Glaucoma and Diabetic Eye Disease. World Glaucoma Week runs... Read More
Designed to Fit Eyewear to Suit the Asian Shaped Face
According to the 2011 Census, Australians of Asian ancestry make up a whopping 12 per cent of the Australian population (nearly 20 per cent in Sydney). Frames to suit an Asian shaped face are in high demand... Read More