Tamworth optometrist Andrew Greer has been elected to join the Eyecare Plus board.
Seven more Australians have become Fellows of the American Academy of Optometry.
Technology to assist drivers using visual aids is now deemed acceptable to meet driving standards.
Tasmanian students will begin study in their home state next year before transferring to South Australia to complete their optometry degree.
An app could work like a gaming application on tablets, alerting users of warning signs of wet age-related macular degeneration.
The Australasian College of Optical Dispensing CPD program requires optical dispensers to acquire a minimum of 60 points every three years.
New beacons using Bluetooth will allow easier navigation in Victoria’s public spaces for people who are blind or have low vision.
Karyn Campion and Kevin Adams feature in our final article in a series on seven optometrists who have collectively given more than 140 years of service to Perth hospitals.
Head of discipline Dr Nicola Anstice discusses University of Canberra’s optometry course.
More secure digital access is among recommendations of an independent review of health providers’ access to Medicare card numbers.
HICAPS has launched a new digital platform that connects patients to practitioners and health funds in real time.
Brad Sutton from Indiana University will give a two-part lecture on cancer and the eye.
We look at the work of Wilfred Tang and Rodney Hodge in our series on seven optometrists who have collectively given more than 140 years of service to three Perth hospitals.
The new acquisition by Gelflex aims to bolster the custom contact lens industry.
Optometry Australia’s Dr Patricia Kiely has been selected to join the World Council of Optometry’s Legislation, Registration and Standards Committee.