John Palassis from Vision West is presenting a seminar at SRC worth three CPD points on the importance of ultra-widefield imaging as a part of a comprehensive examination.
Optometrists should consider cardiovascular disease when evaluating a patient’s risk profile for glaucoma, according to optometrist Anna van Koeverden.
Optometry Australia’s newly formed MBS Review Advisory Group has held its first meeting to develop recommendations of how the Optometrical Schedule of Services should be amended.
From a health perspective the 2018 Federal Budget was rather bland with the Government taking a ‘steady-as-we-go’ approach to the health portfolio.
A centralised customer service team will be based in Melbourne to provide full technical support as part of the nearly completed integration of Australian Contact Lenses with Gelflex Laboratories.
Evan MacRae is the new executive officer of Optometry Western Australia.
Pharmacists and their assistants are receiving advice about when to refer to an optometrist for eye symptoms.
Four optometrists completed a marathon swim to raise money for eye care in remote WA.
This is your last opportunity to have a say on the future of CPD for optometrists.
Sydney optometrist and PhD student Daisy Shu has won a student travel fellowship to present her latest findings on cataract formation at ARVO 2018, now underway in Hawaii.
Professor Nathan Efron plans a “slick new look” for Clinical and Experimental Optometry.
Neuro-imaging and neuro-ophthalmic disease are among the interesting topics on SRC’s agenda.
Sydney optometrist Tsu Shan Chambers is heading to LA next week to attend the 2018 Los Angeles Web Series Festival where an Australian project she was involved in is nominated for nine awards.
Cross-linking will attract an MBS item from May.
New driving lenses and sportive lenses from Hoya have launched into the Australian market.