Campaign launches consumer newsletter

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Optometry Australia encourages members and their patients to sign up for the Good vision for life newsletter.

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VOS funding secured for next three years

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The Australian Government has announced it will provide three years of continued funding for the Visiting Optometrists Scheme.

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Focus on workforce at ALP Health Summit

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Optometry Australia acting CEO Kirsty Machon participated in the Australia Labor Party Health Summit on 3 March.

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Vitamin could stop glaucoma

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Vitamin B3 has prevented glaucoma and halted further development of the eye disease in glaucoma-prone mice.

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Half of profession therapeutically endorsed

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New OBA statistics reveal 51 per cent of the optometry profession has therapeutic endorsement.

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Genetic clues to risk of MacTel, and more news in brief

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Melbourne scientists have reported the world’s first evidence of the genes that cause macular telangiectasia type 2.

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Students receive full gamut

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Queensland optometrist Tom Roger has pioneered a school-based full-scope optometry clinic in the tiny town of Cooyar in the Darling Downs.

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Mutual CPD draws professions together

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Optometry Australia is holding discussions with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to extend engagement between the professions.

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Handy AMD Chair-side Reference in Pharma

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‘Power your practice: imaging technology for AMD’ is the theme of the March issue of Pharma, now online.

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Stroke management for retinal occlusion

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Dr Julie Kiel will tell Super Sunday registrants that central retinal artery occlusion should be worked up as an acute stroke process.

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New Alcon lens combines technologies

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Optometrist Josh Clark has had encouraging patient results from trialling a new Alcon lens.

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Clinical guides and advice updated

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Optometry Australia has revised clinical practice guides and advice for members.

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Penalty rates: no immediate action required for optometry employers

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The Fair Work Commission’s changes to penalty rates will be implemented as a phased process commencing on 1 July 2017.

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Turning up the heat on your website

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What potential patients try to find on your practice’s website

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Changes to patient data loss

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Optometrists will need to notify patients and the Privacy Commissioner in cases of data loss.

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