Read on Project Spectrum creates colour vision arrangement sets for optometrists

Project Spectrum creates colour vision arrangement sets for optometrists

University of Melbourne Doctor of Optometry students are creating colour vision arrangement sets to sell to optometrists to help them diagnose or classify different types of colour vision deficiency and their severity, with funds raised donated to eye care charities.

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Read on Optometrists can readily treat intermittent exotropia with spectacles, OVC to hear

Optometrists can readily treat intermittent exotropia with spectacles, OVC to hear

Melbourne optometrist Paul Croucher is urging more optometrists to manage intermittent exotropia with spectacles, saying the treatment works 60 to 70 per cent of the time, improving the condition and avoiding surgery.

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Read on WAVE to hear personalised approach rather than one-size-fits-all is key to glaucoma management

WAVE to hear personalised approach rather than one-size-fits-all is key to glaucoma management

Dr Jack Phu is encouraging optometrists to practise a more personalised approach to managing glaucoma rather than a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach including re-thinking whether to treat or monitor pre-perimetric glaucoma. Read more.

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