Vianh Huynh has a part-time hospital role helping glaucoma patients.
Optometry Australia has released its 2016–2017 Annual Report.
The Good vision for life campaign continues to talk to Australians via several different media channels about the need for regular eye examinations with an optometrist.
Here are our top 10 news headlines that captured your attention in 2017.
A new member-only resource aims to answer frequently asked questions when being audited by a private health insurance fund.
Optometry Australia is now the owner of the word trademark Good vision for life with IP Australia announcing the decision on 7 December.
Optometry Australia will close its Online Store on 30 June 2018.
Optometry Australia has renewed its contract with professional indemnity insurance provider, Avant.
An investment of $20 million in 2018-2019 would facilitate affordable, timely access to primary eye care for all Australians, Optometry Australia’s submission to the Federal Budget states.
Optometry Australia has released a member-only resource that clarifies the rebate rules of private health insurance funds.
Three optometrists and an Indigenous community health ambassador have been honoured at the annual VISIONaries awards.
Tests show the temporary measure effectively retains almost-normal intraocular pressure.
The Rural Workforce Agency Network is calling nationally for applications for the Health Workforce Scholarship Program.
Shonit Jagmohan has entered a practice partnership for the first time, with the help of Optometry Finance Australia.
With about 16 million contracts signed by Australia’s small businesses each year, unfair terms and conditions could be hindering optometry practices.