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mivision Issue 102, Jun 2015
It’s a sad fact that about one-third of older adults with vision loss report clinically significant depressive symptoms. Sad also to realise that those who care for someone with vision loss are ... More
The Story behind that Photo
It’s a fair bet that most Australians would recognise the black and white photo of Fred Hollows, crowded by onlookers, pointing to the eye of a young Vietnamese child.That moment, and its... More
2CPD Pts: Back to the Future...
The Dry Eye Workshop (DEWS) report provides a comprehensive insight into diagnosing and managing dry eye. This article provides a practical summary of the findings for optometrists in clinical... More
2CPD Pts: Multifocal Contact...
New designs for multifocal contact lenses, along with corresponding education for optometrists, will ensure presbyopes can be provided with the best vision correction. As the human eye ages it... More
Depression: The Dark Side of Vision Loss
An estimated one-third of older adults with vision loss report clinically significant depressive symptoms.1 Hardly surprising when you consider that in a recent Galaxy survey 47 per cent of Australians ranked... Read More
ODMA 2015 Connect and See It All
It is action stations for the exhibitors who are heading to Brisbane for ODMA 2015 from 3 to 5 July; the biennial event that aims to satiate independent optometrists with the latest sun and optical frames from ... Read More
Are Corneal Surgeons a Threatened Species?
Innovative technologies and treatment options are changing the landscape for corneal surgery and the role of corneal surgeons. In 1997, I returned from my fellowship training at Moorfields in London and... Read More