Good vision for life embraces progressive channels

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Optometry Australia’s Good vision for life campaign is resuming this week with a fresh burst of activity.

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Have aftercare visits kept up with the times?

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Efron and Morgan say the profession’s approach to contact lens aftercare visits is too conservative.

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Small but significant change to MBS item 10944

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Our advocacy work with the Department of Health has produced a win for members.

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Record number watch challenging cases webinar

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More than 300 members tuned in to a live webinar on consulting dementia, autistic and mental health patients.

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Perth optometrists on advocacy trail

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Optometrists Darrell Baker and David Hsu met with MP Tim Hammond on Monday.

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Leadership change at CCLSA

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Life membership awards, fellowships, and a new CEO were highlights of an international meeting in Sydney.

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New role brings business to the fore

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Optometry Australia has appointed Leanne Dawson in the newly created role of Business Development Manager.

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Advocacy is easy and accessible to all

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Cassandra Haines reflects on the Early Career Optometrists advocacy summit.

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Let's talk about MBS item 10944

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What you need to know about Medicare and the removal of corneal foreign bodies.

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Perils of patient photos on your smartphone

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You have legal obligations in relation to the capture, use and storage of clinical images using personal smartphone technology.

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No increase in OBA fee for optometrists

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Optometry is among eight health professions to have their registration fees frozen by their respective national boards.

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Contact lens educators pay tribute to Sweeney

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Australian educator and researcher Deborah Sweeney has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from IACLE.

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Amended legislation extends regulation bodies’ powers

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AHPRA, the National Boards, and the COAG Health Council have had their powers expanded in the first legislative amendments to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.

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Optometry transforms lives

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Maria Markoulli has been appointed the first deputy editor of Clinical and Experimental Optometry.

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Networking with health-care practitioners

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Optometry NSW is running networking events for optometrists, GPs and pharmacists.

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