AHPRA has launched a self-assessment tool to help practitioners check and correct their advertising so it complies with their professional and legal obligations.
IN-DEPTH FEATURE: Eating fish might lower your chances of developing glaucoma, a new study indicates.
Therapeutics lecturer Dr Alex Hui will discuss oral medication for eyes at Super Sunday.
Optos is inviting optometrists to join a free webinar on autofluorescence imaging this month presented by UK optometrist Simon Browning, a pioneer in Optos ultra-widefield imaging devices.
Optometry Australia has launched a significant new initiative aimed at identifying likely and preferred futures for optometry, optometrists, and community eye health.
Optometry Giving Sight will next month merge with the Brien Holden Vision Institute Foundation.
Optometry Australia is celebrating its 100-year anniversary since its foundation as the peak professional body for optometrists.
The van visited the Queensland Carbal Medical Services in Toowoomba and Warwick.
Clinical and Experimental Optometry deputy editor Dr Maria Markoulli will receive a prestigious university teaching award.
New federal government grants will enable three optometrists to do innovative research which aims to help patients.
Flying optometrist Dr Phil Anderton has had his story brought to life in a children’s book.
Andrew McKinnon and John Davis have received significant awards for many years of dedicated service to optometry.
Optometry Australia will become a principal partner of Silmo Sydney 2018.
Luke Cahill replaces Christine Craigie as the new president of Optometry NSW/ACT.
In an Australian first, AHPRA announced that it had successfully prosecuted an Australian health-care company for unlawful advertising.