457 visa changes ignore optometric oversupply

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Optometry Australia is disappointed by the changes to 457 visas, with optometry remaining on skilled migrant visa profession lists.

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ACBO conference to deliver scientific evidence

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International speaker Susan Cotter will give an evidence-based presentation on care, at the NACBO conference in July.

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SRC speaker briefs media today after fatal shark attack

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Vision scientist Professor Shaun Collin today discussed the effectiveness of shark deterrent devices, following a fatal shark attack near Esperance in Western Australia.

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Enjoy personalised service at SRC 2017

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The new SRC 2017 app lets each delegate build their personal education program and book an appointment with an exhibitor.

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‘Poppers’ damaging eyes, and more news in brief

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A British study has documented 12 cases of vision problems in men after they inhaled ‘poppers’, which have been linked to retinal problems.

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Ride raises heart rate — and research funding

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Six CERA staff members have completed the 400-kilometre ‘Lions Ride for Sight’ in Gippsland, Victoria, and raised more than $5,000 for vision research.

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New face on Eyecare Plus board

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An MBA and a keen interest in marketing and change management have given SooJin Nam a solid foundation for her place on the Eyecare Plus board of directors.

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Support for ACO therapeutics

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Optometry South Australia is providing a unique service for optometrists undertaking the therapeutics course offered by the ACO.

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Optometry is my record label

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Optometrist and musician Sophie Koh is embracing her heritage in her new album Book of Songs.

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ODMA floor filling fast

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Nearly all ODMA 2017’s exhibition stands have been sold three months ahead of its opening.

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Keeping students ‘appy’

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A new app gives optometry students constructive feedback on clinical examinations.

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Essilor flood fundraiser, and more news in brief

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Essilor Australia is urging optometrists to help raise $100,000 for the victims of Cyclone Debbie and floods in Queensland and NSW.

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What stands between children and opportunity?

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Vision impairment is a barrier children can face when trying to access an education.

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Optometry reducing Hobart hospital overload

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A new protocol introduced at the Royal Hobart Hospital is referring patients with diabetes to optometrists for diabetic retinopathy screenings.

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Dresden disrupters

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A unique business model is operating in the Australian optometry sector.

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