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  1. Mivision Issue 129 November 2017

    Melanie Kell Editor | 27 October 2017

    Summer is around the corner and this season, if the weather continues as it has been, we’ll be living through a hot, dry season. Just perfect for long days on the beach and in the garden… but at what cost? For this issue I interviewed Dr. John... Read More

  2. Mivision Issue 128 October 2017

    Melanie Kell Editor | 09 October 2017

    Paul Clarke has led 21 volunteer trips to India to screen and provide spectacles to underprivileged people of Tamil Nadu. Susan Ang travels to Cambodia every year to manage an optometrists’ screening program. Shaun Chang treks through Everest National... Read More

  3. Mivision Issue 127 September 2017

    Melanie Kell | 29 August 2017

    Optometry is an unusual industry that extends from highly competitive retailing right through to the semi-pharmaceutical environment of vision care. It’s a unique product mix that requires a complex combination of skills, many of which must be acquired... Read More

  4. Mivision Issue 126 August 2017

    mivision | 28 July 2017

    When looking back over an issue just before it goes to print, it’s often interesting to find a distinct, yet unplanned, theme running through several of the stories. This issue it’s innovation. Our lead story delves into virtual reality. It came... Read More

  5. Mivision Issue 125 July 2017

    mivision | 26 June 2017

    Partner or perish. This could be a motto for all of us – with a shared vision we can achieve much more by working together than we can by working alone. When I spoke with Professor Kovin Naidoo, CEO of Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) for this... Read More

  6. Mivision Issue 124 June 2017

    mivision | 29 May 2017

    They say succession – or exit – planning is essential for business continuity and that practice owners should put plans in place to exit their business well in advance of any intention to step aside. Recently I spoke to Professor Kovin Naidoo,... Read More

  7. Mivision Issue 123, May 2017

    Melanie Kell | 28 April 2017

    With autumn well and truly here, the country’s sports fields have been taken over by football, which, as we know, comes with a relatively high risk of head injury (equestrians suffer the highest incidence of concussion at 130/100,000 participants,... Read More

  8. Mivision Issue 122, April 2017

    Alan Saks | 26 March 2017

    For many the year starts slowly, but by April it’s full steam ahead. This year, we’ve already had a number of exciting events and developments take place, with many more to come. Our lead news story is about the discovery of a retinal cell that... Read More

  9. Mivision Issue 121, March 2017

    Alan Saks | 28 February 2017

    Although it seems that 2017 has just begun, a number of ground breaking issues are already impacting the Australasian eye care professions and we’ve covered them in this issue. Of course the major news that broke earlier this year was the massive... Read More

  10. Mivision Issue 120, February 2017

    Alan Saks | 29 January 2017

    Welcome to the first issue of mivision for 2017. Australia is an extraordinary country, with an eye care sector absolutely committed to improving global eye health as evidenced by the recent announcement that Brien Holden Vision Institute has joined Microsoft ... Read More

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