1. Mental Health Removing the Barriers to Care

    Melanie Kell | 30 June 2018

    Mental health issues exist in the workplace – you can’t just ignore them – they impact your workplace, your employees, your suppliers and customers… and your productivity. Fortunately, barriers experienced by registered health... Read More

  2. Making Your Way in A Country Practice

    Melanie Kell | 31 May 2018

    Admit it. The idea of escaping the bustling city and settling into a quieter, slower paced country life is one that’s crossed your mind on many a Monday morning as you’ve made your way through traffic by train, bus or ... Read More

  3. Diagnosing and Managing AMD – The Clinical Tools...

    Dr. Laura Downie | 30 April 2018

    Reducing progression to late stage disease is a key aim when managing patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). A range of tools is now available to help you capture the patient information you need to provide best practice advice, and to... Read More

  4. Getting Personal With Optometry

    Jim Papas | 02 April 2018

    It’s the start of another week. There are patients to see, issues to sort out… plenty to get done. The weeks roll by and before you know it, another year has gone…somewhere in there you had intended to plan for the future and make some... Read More

  5. Beating Glaucoma: Australians Lead the Charge

    Prof. William Morgan and Prof. Minas Coroneo | 28 February 2018

    Australian ophthalmologists and researchers have made significant inroads into managing glaucoma. Professor William Morgan from Lions Eye Institute, University of Western Australia, was integral to the development of a microfistula tube, now known as the... Read More

  6. 2018 A Year of Promise

    mivision | 01 February 2018

    New technology, greater access to better treatments, a stronger retail environment, more collaborative practice, these are just some of the developments Australian experts in eye care expect to occur in the coming year. Let’s hear it from ... Read More

  7. Taking Action to Manage Myopia

    Kate Gifford | 29 November 2017

    Over the past few years I have worked at the coal face of the myopia boom in clinical practice. During that time, I have shared my communication tools and management processes for progressive myopia with practitioners around the world. I’ve observed a... Read More

  8. Hunting for Skin Cancers – Your Legal Obligations

    Melanie Kell | 27 October 2017

    Skin cancer: it’s the tiger in the jungle waiting to pounce – the tiger that could kill your patients quickly… it’s the tiger that you can’t afford to miss. As primary care clinicians, optometrists will regularly encounter... Read More

  9. Getting Out of the Clinic to Give Back:...

    Melanie Kell | 03 October 2017

    Within Australia there are many organisations – ranging from small community groups through to social enterprises set up by global corporates – that give the gift of sight to underprivileged people. mivision spoke to some of them to find out about ... Read More

  10. Australian Optics: Our Place in the Global Market

    Melanie Kell | 29 August 2017

    There are few who have a greater perspective on the global optics market and Australia’s place within it than Gianni Cossar, Global Director Optics and Eyewear at  global research company GfK. mivision recently sat down with Mr. Cossar to gain his... Read More

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