Why optometrists should care about migraine, and perimetry developments to extend and complement optometric practice, is the focus of a lecture series in Melbourne.
Workshops designed around demographic groups and more than 30 speakers are set to make the International Cornea and Contact Lens Congress shine.
A laboratory model of optic neuritis will be developed to improve understanding of the mechanisms of injury and repair in multiple sclerosis.
The future of accreditation bodies like OCANZ is being considered with a COAG Health Council review of the current accreditation system underway.
Australia’s eye-care sector wants the Indigenous vision gap closed over the next four years.
Binding Death Benefit Nominations may be the most important estate planning document you never knew you needed.
Optometry Australia will host a free seminar on low vision in April.
Optometrist Kerrie Stevenson acted as a guide for legally blind Paralympian Jeremy McClure during the Rottnest Channel Swim.
The University of Melbourne has announced a new short course designed for optometrists seeking to further their expertise in managing childhood myopia.
A new instrument that measures ocular sensitivity and can potentially enable practitioners to quickly measure discomfort has been developed by Brien Holden Vision Institute.
Optometry Australia has met with the Australian Dental Association on matters of workforce and private health insurance.
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.
Super Sunday attendance hit a high last weekend, following hot on the heels of Silmo Sydney.
Timothy Duffy has demonstrated to local GPs and ophthalmologists the value of high-quality therapeutic optometric practice.
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?