Optometry Talks: podcast series by Optometry NSW/ACT
Essential listening for the optometry profession
Are you getting the best out of your career? Each episode of Optometry Talks is jam-packed with advice and updates from the experts on everything related to being an optometrist in Australia today.
Episode 1 - Navigating the locum space
Ever thought about becoming a locum optometrist and didn’t know where to start? Audrey Molloy talks to ONSW/ACT CEO Andrew McKinnon about locum work
Episode 2 - Help: I’ve just been audited by Medicare
Just been audited by Medicare? Looking for guidance on how to avoid audit? (Paula Katalinic and Andrew McKinnon)
Episode 3 - Taking a career break
If you’re on a break from your optometry career, this post is essential reading.
Episode 4 - Seven crucial steps to starting out in optometry
If you’re just about to start work as an optometrist in Australia, now is the time to get organised.
Episode 5 - The first 90 days
Avoiding common pitfalls as a new-grad optometrist
Episode 2 – Help: I’ve just been audited by Medicare
Have you just been audited by Medicare? Or are you looking for guidance on how to avoid being audited? Audrey Molloy talks to Paula Katalinic and Andrew McKinnon about what billing practices make you stand out from the crowd, what’s involved in the audit process and who you can turn to for support. Log in to access the podcast.
Episode 3 – Taking a career break
If you’re on a break from your optometry career, this post is ESSENTIAL reading. Optometry NSW/ACT presents the KEY information you need to avoid the pitfalls of discontinued registration or inadequate professional indemnity insurance. Log in to access the podcast.
Episode 4 – Seven crucial steps to starting out in optometry
Episode 5 – The first 90 days
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