Optometry Australia has made a submission regarding proposed amendments to mandatory reporting under the National Law.
An AMD blood test and treatment to boost the immune system could be on the way.
Optometry and psychology meet to reveal the hidden working of the brain with illusion that tricks the mind.
An international trial including Australian patients shows a new drug slows progression of dry AMD.
Seven optometrists have collectively given more than 140 years of service to three Perth hospitals.
Early career optometrists say lack of business experience and cost of purchase are barriers to independent practice ownership.
A survey on the impact of Medicare changes on optometry practices shows a fall in revenue and increased dependence on dispensing.
Optometrist Andrew Young has received a government subsidy to train an optical dispenser.
Vision Initiative, a program which targets areas identified as having high proportions of residents who have never had their eyes tested, is expanding.
The Western NSW Eye Health Partnership has developed case studies showing the problems that low income Aboriginal people are experiencing with accessing prescription spectacles.
Sydney will host the International Congress of Behavioural Optometry in 2018, an event that takes place every four years.
The Royal Society for the Blind is launching the third generation of eSight electronic ‘smart’ glasses in Australia.
Over her 48 years in the industry, Dorothy Carlborg has met, networked with and helped thousands of optometrists throughout Australia.
An online myopia course is changing practice and helping optometrists better manage the condition.
Promising research on preventing secondary cataract has won Daisy Shu a trip to the US academy meeting.