Essilor and Luxottica merger raises questions

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Essilor and Luxottica have announced a merger in Europe. How it will affect the Australian and New Zealand market is uncertain.

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Trachoma funding boosted

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The Australian Government has committed $20.8 million for continued trachoma activities, in the MYEFO 2016-2017 update.

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Retinal ganglion cells images captured, and more news in brief

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Images of individual retinal ganglion cells have been captured for the first time, by US researchers.

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Myopia course a hit

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A free, pilot online program to help optometrists manage myopia is popular.

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Ley resigns as Health Minister

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Sussan Ley has resigned as Minister for Health, Aged Care and Sport.

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Edwards encourages community service

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Optometrist Gareth Edwards has found that an eye examination can change the lives of those with mental health issues.

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The tide is turning back. Part 1: Complexity and safety

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A study confirms that people should buy lenses from an optometrist rather than an online retailer.

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Community project launches in diabetes hotspot

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Two new community eye clinics that assess only diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma patients have opened in Western Sydney this week.

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We’re moving next month

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Optometry Australia national office will be closed for one day on Friday 17 February as it relocates from Carlton to South Melbourne.

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Out with the old, in with the new

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If one of your resolutions was to update your IT equipment in 2017, consult the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme.

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Mandatory reporting is not snitching

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Are you legally obliged to make a notification about another health practitioner? Avant outlines your obligations under the National Law’s mandatory reporting provisions.

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Sussan Ley steps aside

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Health Minister Sussan Ley has stepped aside from her portfolio amid a travel claim controversy.

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Private health holds less value for rural consumers

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Rural consumers do not receive the same value from private health services as their urban counterparts due to lack of services, according to Health Minister Sussan Ley.

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New journal hones in on retina

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The American Academy of Ophthalmology has launched a new clinical journal focusing on retinal diseases.

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New member service: journal PDFs

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PDF files of whole issues of Clinical and Experimental Optometry are now available on the Optometry Australia Archive website.

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