Optometry Australia is gearing up to promote 2020: The year of good vision for life nationwide next year.
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Optometry Australia has formed a new committee to review and update entry-level competency standards for graduate optometrists.
Optometry Australia’s new Evolving Scope of Practice Advisory Group has formed to help shape the future of optometry.
In a major coup, Australia has won a bid to host the 4th World Congress of Optometry in Melbourne in 2021, held alongside O=MEGA21.
The importance of examining binocular vision in children should not be underestimated, a children’s vision conference will hear.
Optometry Australia is again calling for students to take part in a program to help them become the optometry leaders of the future.
If you’ve ever thought about becoming a locum and don’t know where to start, tune in to episode one of NSW/ACT’s exciting new podcast series.
Optometry Australia CEO Lyn Brodie presented findings from the Optometry 2040 initiative at the 22nd APOC (Asian Pacific Optometry Congress) last week.