Fairer contracts coming

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Small businesses, including franchises, will be affected with the extension of unfair contract term laws.

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SA Blue Sky illuminates neurological dysfunction

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Stephen Leslie will discuss identifying the underlying cause of sixth nerve palsy, at the congress in November.

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Be smart with your smartphone

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Mobile devices can improve the way you deliver better eye care but remember that your patients’ privacy always comes first.

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Good vision message spreads to TV

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The Good Vision for Life campaign has extended into television with segments appearing on Channel 7 throughout November and December.

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DEWS impacts globally

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Specialists from around the world are collaborating on the TFOS DEWS II, an update on the definition, classification and diagnosis of dry eye disease.

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Australian designs virtual reality eye models

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View striking ocular images in a virtual reality anatomy atlas.

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Bike track for vision impaired, and other news in brief

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Blind and vision impaired students cycled on their new accessible bike track after walking to school on Walk To School Day.

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LOW VISION: Part 6. More about aids

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Paul Graveson concludes his series on the fundamentals of low vision practice with a discussion on electronic magnifiers.

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Diving in for diabetes donations

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Optometrist Geoff L’Estrange is swimming 10 kilometres to raise funds for Diabetes QLD.

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A day in the life

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What does my job entail? Here is an overview of my work as national president.

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Bush needs health workers

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A new report says more is needed to attract allied health professionals to practise in rural and remote areas.

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What happens to member survey data?

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Optometry Australia uses information from its survey to guide the development of member services and the future of the profession.

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Downie wins award, and other news in brief

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Melbourne optometrist Laura Downie has won an award for her dry eye research.

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Call for 2017 Collin Medal nominations

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Optometry Australia is calling for nominations of outstanding researchers for the 2017 H Barry Collin Research Medal.

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LOW VISION: Part 5. Choosing aids

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Paul Graveson continues his six-part series on low vision practice with the first of two articles on selecting the most suitable aids.

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