NSW/ACT Podcasts

Welcome to Ten Minute Tutes, a podcast series brought to you by Optometry NSW/ACT and presented by the foremost experts from all over Australia.

2017

Date Topic & Speaker
13/10/2017 AMD in the Era of Multi-Modal Imaging - Prof Robyn Guymer
15/09/2017 WHY You Are Prescribing Is As Least As Important As WHAT You Prescribe Part 2 - Tim Thurn
18/08/2017 Ganglion Cell Loss - Is It Really Glaucoma? - Dr Katherine Masselos
21/07/2017 Contrast Sensitivity Tests - Dr Alan Johnston
23/06/2017 Myopia Control with Lenses Other than Ortho-K - Dr Daniel Tilia
26/05/2017 Meibomian Gland Dysfunction - Dr Nisha Yeotikar
28/04/2017 The Application of the Oculo Platform in Optometric Practice - Dr Kate Taylor
24/03/2017 How to Avoid Missing Retinal Detachments - Andrew Symons
24/02/2017 WHY You Are Prescribing Is As Least As Important As WHAT You Prescribe - Tim Thurn

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About Ten Minute Tutes:

Ten Minute Tutes are windows to other worlds - short, punchy tutorials on all things optometric: from basic clinical teaching, to clinical case studies, to eye care oddities, to lessons on coping with Medicare or juggling the difficulties of professional practice.

We'll release a new podcast every month, while previous podcasts will continue to be available for download and listening via our website.

We hope you enjoy Ten Minute Tutes and look forward to your feedback and suggestions for new topics. Please send any ideas you may have to joe@oaansw.com.au.