Lecture on migraine and perimetry, and other news in brief

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Why optometrists should care about migraine, and perimetry developments to extend and complement optometric practice, is the focus of a lecture series in Melbourne.

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Speakers light up international congress

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Workshops designed around demographic groups and more than 30 speakers are set to make the International Cornea and Contact Lens Congress shine.

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Keeping an eye on multiple sclerosis

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A laboratory model of optic neuritis will be developed to improve understanding of the mechanisms of injury and repair in multiple sclerosis.

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Have your say on accreditation bodies

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The future of accreditation bodies like OCANZ is being considered with a COAG Health Council review of the current accreditation system underway.

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Sector sets four-year target

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Australia’s eye-care sector wants the Indigenous vision gap closed over the next four years.

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Super funds: what happens after death?

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Binding Death Benefit Nominations may be the most important estate planning document you never knew you needed.

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Get the lowdown on low vision

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Optometry Australia will host a free seminar on low vision in April.

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Racing to Rottnest

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Optometrist Kerrie Stevenson acted as a guide for legally blind Paralympian Jeremy McClure during the Rottnest Channel Swim.

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Masterclass upskills myopia management

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The University of Melbourne has announced a new short course designed for optometrists seeking to further their expertise in managing childhood myopia.

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New ocular sensitivity instrument, and more news in brief

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A new instrument that measures ocular sensitivity and can potentially enable practitioners to quickly measure discomfort has been developed by Brien Holden Vision Institute.

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Dentistry and optometry collaborate

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Optometry Australia has met with the Australian Dental Association on matters of workforce and private health insurance.

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Glaucoma and driving: an important issue for optometrists

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If a health professional believes that a patient is not following advice to cease driving, he or she can report directly to the driver licensing authority.

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Record-breaking day for CPD in NSW

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Super Sunday attendance hit a high last weekend, following hot on the heels of Silmo Sydney.

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Tim Duffy receives Lederer Award

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Timothy Duffy has demonstrated to local GPs and ophthalmologists the value of high-quality therapeutic optometric practice.

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Why Narellan store won award

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What does the Specsavers Narellan store do that has earned it the Specsavers Clinical Excellence Award from the field of the group’s other stores in Australia and New Zealand?

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