Dialogue in the Dark opens doors

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David Simmonds, the blind facilitator of an experiential workshop conducted in total darkness, talks to Optometry Australia.

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New funding for diabetes eye disease

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Two Melbourne researchers will receive grants to progress their diabetic retinopathy research.

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Adelaide Hills is home for SA Blue Sky

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The same venue but a different theme will be the highlights of the congress for 2018.

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New mandatory standards for sunglasses

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A transition period to July 2019 has been introduced for new Australian standards for sunglasses, which are being made mandatory.

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Gelflex Laboratories wins manufacturing award

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The Australian contact lens company is heading to the national awards after winning a state award for manufacturing excellence.

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Howie leads the west

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Dr Robert Howie is the new president of Optometry Western Australia.

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Optometrist wins flying award

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Jo Murphy plans to use his award to improve his pilot skills and deliver remote eye care.

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Sharon Bentley appointed QUT Head of School

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Peter Hendicott is stepping down after a decade as Head of the School of Optometry and Vision Science at QUT.

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Recipe for attracting optometrists to the bush

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Provide financial and mentoring support to students, and in return they agree to work for you after they graduate.

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How well can you interpret imaging?

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Some optometrists may benefit from specific training to take advantage of imaging technologies that improve the stratification of AMD.

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Nominations invited for 2018 Collin Medal

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Optometry Australia is calling for nominations for the 2018 H Barry Collin Research Medal.

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Patient’s perspective front-and-centre in new research

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The results from the first qualitative study of patient reaction to refractive correction have been published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.

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Cross-linking stabilises keratoconus

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Australian data show that collagen corneal cross-linking seems to stabilise keratoconus in patients who undergo the procedure.

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Optometry on road to close vision gap

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The blindness rate in Indigenous communities has more than halved in nine years and is on track by 2020 to reduce to the same rate as in non-Indigenous Australians.

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Diabetes eye-care roll-out hits regional Australia

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Almost 20 per cent of a program to increase access to early detection and deliver better care for Indigenous Australians has reached areas most in need.

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