Geelong optometrist Linda Robinson explains why she is celebrating 25 years of membership with Optometry Victoria.
First home buyers in Victoria may benefit from plans to make significant changes to the First Home Owner Grant and stamp duty from 1 July 2017.
Colleagues who completed optometry in Melbourne 10, 20, 30 and 40 years ago have reminisced at a reunion.
Optometrists will be in the front line as we face an onslaught of high myopia retinal complications in the coming decade.
New Sunday and public holiday penalty rates come into effect from 1 July 2017.
Past president of Optometry Australia, Kate Gifford, has received the inaugural British Contact Lens Association President’s Award for Contact Lens Excellence.
Optometrists attending NQV will be told why they need to put sleep apnoea on their agenda.
Sallyanne Morrison talks about why she’s been an Optometry Australia member since 1990.
Angelina Duan’s imaging of the smallest retinal blood vessels has been published in Scientific Reports.
Sheela Kumaran, a PhD student at Flinders University, needs amblyopia and strabismus patients to contribute to a quality of life survey.
Optometry Australia is now a corporate member of Indigenous Allied Health Australia.
Australian optometrists have a very good record of not attracting complaints.
A new optometry clinic, specialising in diabetes, has opened at a Sydney hospital.
The first NT Indigenous Eye Care Conference will take place on 14-15 June in Darwin.
Next year marks 30 years since Western Australia optometrist Lisa Jansen joined Optometry Australia.