Optometry Australia is looking for students from each of the six optometry schools to take part in a new Student Leadership Program commencing in 2019.
A regional and international event for the eye health sector will next year replace SRC and ODMA Fair.
The annual AHPRA audit has commenced for registered optometrists in Australia. As a benefit of membership, Optometry Australia provides all members with comprehensive audit assistance.
By the end of this year, every Australian will have a My Health Record, unless they choose not to.
Optometry Australia applauds the announcement today of the Turnbull Government’s pledge to provide funding for a new eye health screening program for Australians with diabetes.
Now in its eighth year, Vision Eye Institute’s Eye 360 conference offers up-to-date, clinically relevant information for optometrists, including those who are therapeutically endorsed.
Optometrist Peter D'Arcy supplied free spectacles to people affected by a recent bushfire in NSW.
Optometrists are invited to complete a survey to help with revision of a spectacle lens standard.
Pharmaceutical company Mylan has invited Optometry Australia to speak at its mid-year conference about the role of optometrists in the eye care of patients with diabetes.
Optometry 2040 workshops in Brisbane and Adelaide are now accredited with two non-clinical CPD points and venues are confirmed.
Two new glaucoma and steroid medications are being added to the scheduled medicines list, and optometrists will be able to access new drugs on the list in a more timely way.
Optometrist Jacqueline Kirkman has added to her many achievements with a Graduate Women Victoria bursary.
Optometry 2040 workshops at SILMO Sydney 2018 are now accredited with two non-clinical CPD points.
The Australian College of Optometry has announced new councillors and recognised award winners.
This article from our Professional Indemnity Insurance provider, Avant, explains when you need to report an event to AHPRA.