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.


Date Topic & Speaker
07/12/2018 Tear Optimisation and the Cataract Patient - Dr Michael Lawless
12/10/2018 A Look Back Through OA NSW/ACT's Podcast Library
14/09/2018 Treatment of Floaters - Dr Simon Chen
17/08/2018 Corneal Opacity - Dr Colin Chan
20/07/2018 Visual Field Interpretation in Glaucoma - Dr Jason Cheng
25/06/2018 Early Detection of Glaucoma - Dr Barbara Zangerl and Nayuta Yoshioka
25/05/2018 Dangerous Double Vision - Dr Clare Fraser & Dr Caroline Catt
27/04/2018 Plaquenil and the Eye - Prof Adrian Fung
30/03/2018 Artificial Intelligence-Based Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy - Prof Yogesan Kanagasingam
02/03/2018 How to Prescribe for Sports without Shooting Yourself in the Foot - Thao & Grant Hannaford

To view the NSW/ACT Podcasts archive, click here.

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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.