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  1. The Blue Light Paradox: Problem or Panacea

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5G in New Zealand | 27 July 2017

    By Professor John Marshall     The penetration of optical radiation deep within the eye is a paradox, as light is an essential component for vision but it may also be a biohazard. Short wavelength blue-violet light is potentially harmful, while... Read More

  2. Eye Tech in the Age of High Tech

    2 CPD in Australia | TBA in New Zealand | 27 July 2017

    By David Stephensen     Likening the process of effective contact lens correction to an efficient information technology system can create a useful analogy against which you can assess your clinical options. Read More

  3. Meeting Your Duty of Care in the Digital...

    1N CPD in Australia | 0.5G in New Zealand | 23 June 2017

    By Dr. Kate Taylor and Alison Choy Flannigan     The evolving e-environment for collaborative care and clinical communication brings with it important issues of patient privacy and duty of care that optometrists and other clinicians must be aware... Read More

  4. Dry Eye Fails: Why Some Treatments Don’t Work

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.25CD + 0.25G in New Zealand | 23 June 2017

    By Dr. Colin Chan      Dry eye continues to be a giant and growing problem of optometry and ophthalmology. Despite new treatments developed as a result of extensive research and our efforts as practitioners to treat individual patients, many... Read More

  5. Customised Laser Refractive Treatments for Better ...

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5G in New Zealand | 30 May 2017

    By Dr. Rick Wolfe    LASIK is the most common refractive operation.1 Globally over 3.5 million refractive surgery procedures are performed each year with 85 per cent of those in the US being performed using LASIK.1 It has been shown to have a... Read More

  6. Diabetes Mellitus: Epidemiology and Ocular...

    2 CPD in Australia | 1CD + 0.4G in New Zealand | 30 May 2017

    By Dr. V. Swetha Jeganathan and Clinical Associate Professor Nitin Verma AM     Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a chronic disease associated with abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood. Besides being a significant cause of morbidity and... Read More

  7. Optimising Single Vision Lenses for Today’s...

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5G in New Zealand | 03 May 2017

    By Nicola Peaper    Discussions with optometry students recently highlighted the fact that two decades ago a practice could differentiate itself by using high index and aspheric lenses, as they were reasonably new to the market. When asked... Read More

  8. Navigating the Soft CL Galaxy at Hypergel Speed

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.25G in New Zealand | 03 May 2017

    By David Stephensen    There’s a complex galaxy of stars out there in the soft contact lens sky. It pays to broaden your perspective beyond the silicone hydrogel portion of that sky if you’re looking to satisfy the vision needs of... Read More

  9. Diabetic Patient Treatment Burdens & DMO

    2 CPD in Australia | TBA in New Zealand | 03 May 2017

    By Dr. Jagjit Singh Gilhotra      Diabetes and its effective management can present immense challenges to both the patient and clinician. Most diabetic patients live with at least one co-morbid condition, while over 60 per cent will... Read More

  10. Modern Presbyopia Correcting IOLs

    2 CPD in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 27 March 2017

    Adele Jefferies and Dr. Nick Mantell  Lifestyle changes and advances in IOL technology mean multifocal IOLs are increasingly part of common cataract and refractive surgery discussions and more patients are making pro-active enquiries. When used for the... Read More

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