Gap in Indigenous blindness halved

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The efforts of the optometry sector are contributing to success in reducing blindness rates in Indigenous Australians.

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Registrations up, complaints down

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Optometry registrations have increased and notifications against optometrists have reduced, according to the latest data from AHPRA.

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Think tank for young optometrists

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Early career optometrists will be exchanging advice and ideas before the SA Blue Sky Congress in the Adelaide Hills next week.

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RANZCO launches more referral pathways

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RANZCO will release two more referral pathways at its annual congress today.

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Usher syndrome appeal and more news in brief

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Usher syndrome is the focus of CERA’s 2016 Christmas appeal which features two young boys with the condition.

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Electronic tool draws on tracing result

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Australian researchers have designed an app to test eye-hand co-ordination.

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Three academy awards

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Kovin Naidoo, Erica Fletcher and Anthony Adams are the latest Australians to receive American Academy of Optometry awards.

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Improved member experience steers system upgrade

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Optometry Australia is upgrading its membership database over the next three months to continue to improve the services provided to members

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Tide turning for rural practice

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More optometrists and students are working in rural and remote areas, a study suggests.

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Asia welcomes Australian optometrists

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Optometry WA has held its Centenary Conference in Hong Kong to widen professional and educational networks.

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DME explained in layman’s terms

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A new website explains medical conditions by using storytelling apps.

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Annual award to honour Holden

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A new award will sustain Brien Holden’s legacy and humanitarian contributions.

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Public health to preventative care

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Optometrist Salma Ismail has made the leap from public health to clinical practice.

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Treating veterans is rewarding

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Helping returned service men and women with their eye care is satisfying but better remuneration is needed.

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Ozurdex on PBS for DME

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Dexamethasone injections have been listed on the PBS for some patients with diabetic macular oedema.

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