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Glue seals eye wounds in emergencies

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Tests show the temporary measure effectively retains almost-normal intraocular pressure.

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Scholarships for rural health carers offered

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The Rural Workforce Agency Network is calling nationally for applications for the Health Workforce Scholarship Program.

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Navigating the path of partnership finance

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Shonit Jagmohan has entered a practice partnership for the first time, with the help of Optometry Finance Australia.

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Does your contract give you a fair go?

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With about 16 million contracts signed by Australia’s small businesses each year, unfair terms and conditions could be hindering optometry practices.

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Online now: Pharma December issue focuses on anterior eye

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Pharma explores dry eye, contact lens prescribing trends, and the use of OCTs and topographers to detect and monitor corneal disease.

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Music copyright in practices

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Playing music in an optometry practice can be an infringement of copyright. Here’s the licensing information to help you avoid surprises.

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Early bird offer for 2018 therapeutics course

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The ACO is offering a reduced price for candidates enrolling before 15 December 2017 in the only Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics course offered next year.

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Prepare for data breach notification obligations

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Private sector health service providers will be obligated to report data breaches from 22 February 2018 under the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme.

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Dry eye report on free app

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The full TFOS DEWS II Report on dry eye disease is now available with free access on an app.

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Model eye hones practical skills

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A device which resembles a human eye is making learning clinical skills easier for Flinders University students.

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Melbourne to host OShow again

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The boutique event for the optical industry will be held at Docklands in July next year.

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New digital prescription stationery coming soon

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A new PBS computer prescription form for allied health prescribers to use will be phased in from 1 December 2017.

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DVA Webclaim about to get easier

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The number of services that optical and allied health providers can submit in one claim will increase from 3 December.

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Placebo effect likely for coloured lenses

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Coloured lenses or overlays on spectacles which help some children read probably have a placebo effect, an editorial claims.

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Current AMD epidemic may wane

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The risk of developing AMD has dropped dramatically between generations.

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