Over 4,000 pieces of communication were delivered from Optometry Australia’s members to sitting federal parliamentarians.
Optometry Australia has written to the publisher of Insight highlighting our concerns regarding a recently published article on the closure of Big W Optical.
A child myopia working group will develop a standard of care for child myopia management.
Optometrists Revathy Mani and Rajendra Gyawali from Sydney are recipients of the American Academy of Optometry Foundation 2019 Ezell Fellowships.
Optometrist Dr Tony Hanks and his wife Vicki are providing a scholarship for an optometry student in Vietnam.
Optometrist Jacqui Warren will help reduce waiting times for eye-care at a SA hospital in her new role triaging ophthalmology referrals.
Myopia will be a focus at Optometry SA’s upcoming A Day in May conference.
Six volunteer optometrists are needed to test a new eye clinic near Mount Everest Base Camp.
Optometrists are invited to participate in a survey to characterise contemporary colour vision practice, and separate research on CPD effectiveness.
Arkansas recently became the latest state in the USA to enact legislation to increase the scope of optometry practice to include surgical procedures.
Alcon has launched PRECISION1 daily disposable contact lenses in Australia and New Zealand.
Optometry Australia explains Medicare announced changes to the lid surgery MBS item number which relates to blepharoplasty procedures.
Optometry Australia has launched three new flexible workplace practice notes to help members understand their obligations and rights in today’s workplace environment.
The optometrists’ role in cardiovascular disease diagnosis will be reviewed at AVC.
Despite the pre-election positioning of the 2019-2020 Federal Budget announced last night by Treasurer Frydenberg, there was little new in this year’s Federal Budget of specific relevance to eye health and optometry.