Neuro-imaging and neuro-ophthalmic disease are among the interesting topics on SRC’s agenda.
Sydney optometrist Tsu Shan Chambers is heading to LA next week to attend the 2018 Los Angeles Web Series Festival where an Australian project she was involved in is nominated for nine awards.
Cross-linking will attract an MBS item from May.
New driving lenses and sportive lenses from Hoya have launched into the Australian market.
Optometry Australia, Optometry Victoria and Heidelberg Engineering show their support for optometry students at Scientific and Educators’ Meeting in Optometry.
Optometry Australia supports the Optometry Board of Australia’s proposal to restructure the current CPD standard.
Which consumer trends will hold sway in 2018 and what emerging forces are shaping consumer behaviour?
More than 100 eye-care professionals joined Essilor Australia in Brisbane on 4 April for the first roadshow event to launch the company’s new products.
An Optometry Australia member learned first-hand the importance of Guild’s Reinstatement Plus feature, and how it protects you in real life.
Australian optometrists write nearly 100,000 prescriptions on the PBS a year.
A record team of five optometrists employed at Optometry Australia’s national office are combining their knowledge, understanding and expertise to deliver professional advice and political leadership.
Lens manufacturer Hoya is moving its Sydney headquarters from Alexandria to a custom built facility in Botany.
Divya Chawla, a recent graduate from the University of Melbourne, has relocated to Bairnsdale with the assistance of a rural workforce grant.
Optos is inviting optometrists to attend a lecture it is hosting at Australian Vision Convention (AVC) on the risks of ignoring the periphery, presented by Dr Abhishek Sharma on Saturday 7 April.
Bruce Herbert, one of the ‘grandfathers of contact lens manufacturing’ in Australia, is retiring at the end of March.