NQV: Underweight babies and eye problems

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Babies born at full term but underweight may have vision problems later.

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Infection control advice update

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Revised infection control guidelines will help optometrists keep current on reducing transmission risks.

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Take home messages for diabetic retinopathy

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GP and optometrist Dr Leo Hartley provided top tips on diabetic retinopathy diagnosis and referral at NQV.

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Pharma, CPD and dessert

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The inaugural Mums and Bubs Pharma and Dessert night is a sweet success.

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Are your casual employees eligible for super?

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As a small business owner, you need to be aware of your superannuation obligations towards casual employees.

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Optometry’s message hits the big screen

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Optometry Australia’s Good vision for life campaign is extending its reach through school holiday cinema advertising.

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Honey gel and drops useful for dry eye

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Study shows eye-drops and gel comprising antibacterial Manuka honey relieve dry eye.

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Second national eye health survey to track progress

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A second National Eye Health Survey aims to accurately track for the first time progress in reducing the burden of blindness and vision impairment.

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First port of call for quarter of a century

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Geelong optometrist Linda Robinson explains why she is celebrating 25 years of membership with Optometry Victoria.

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Big changes to government hand-outs for property

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First home buyers in Victoria may benefit from plans to make significant changes to the First Home Owner Grant and stamp duty from 1 July 2017.

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Strong bonds hold firmly in Melbourne

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Colleagues who completed optometry in Melbourne 10, 20, 30 and 40 years ago have reminisced at a reunion.

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Looming myopia problem: an ophthalmologist's perspective

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Optometrists will be in the front line as we face an onslaught of high myopia retinal complications in the coming decade.

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Penalty rates phase in on 1 July

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New Sunday and public holiday penalty rates come into effect from 1 July 2017.

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Kate takes out inaugural BCLA Award

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Past president of Optometry Australia, Kate Gifford, has received the inaugural British Contact Lens Association President’s Award for Contact Lens Excellence.

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Eye conditions linked to sleep apnoea

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Optometrists attending NQV will be told why they need to put sleep apnoea on their agenda.

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