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The Australian Government has announced it will provide three years of continued funding for the Visiting Optometrists Scheme.
Optometry Australia acting CEO Kirsty Machon participated in the Australia Labor Party Health Summit on 3 March.
Vitamin B3 has prevented glaucoma and halted further development of the eye disease in glaucoma-prone mice.
New OBA statistics reveal 51 per cent of the optometry profession has therapeutic endorsement.
Melbourne scientists have reported the world’s first evidence of the genes that cause macular telangiectasia type 2.
Queensland optometrist Tom Roger has pioneered a school-based full-scope optometry clinic in the tiny town of Cooyar in the Darling Downs.
Optometry Australia is holding discussions with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to extend engagement between the professions.
‘Power your practice: imaging technology for AMD’ is the theme of the March issue of Pharma, now online.
Dr Julie Kiel will tell Super Sunday registrants that central retinal artery occlusion should be worked up as an acute stroke process.
Optometrist Josh Clark has had encouraging patient results from trialling a new Alcon lens.
Optometry Australia has revised clinical practice guides and advice for members.
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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