Reform cuts red tape

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Innovative medications will be available in Australia sooner under changes to the regulation of medicines.

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LOW VISION: Part 1. Understanding the solutions

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In the first of a six-part series, Paul Graveson offers optometrists useful advice on solutions to assist low vision patients.

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Stroke-related or pre-existing?

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A tool improves detection and recognition of vision changes in patients diagnosed with stroke.

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Campaign strengthens GP referral pathways

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Optometry Australia is to launch a new campaign aimed at increasing GPs’ understanding of the role of optometry.

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Cockburn’s legacy lives on

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Dr David Cockburn, a leader of change in Australian optometry, has died aged 91.

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Off to a good start

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Joanna Sim is growing her business with The Optical Superstore.

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Site for sore eyes

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Australian research has shown that eyestrain symptoms increase after one hour of reading on a smartphone.

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Collaboration a sign of the times

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An article targetting nurses explains optometry’s role in the diagnosis and management of patients with diabetes.

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Accreditation review and other news in brief

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Professor Mike Woods has been appointed to lead an Accreditation Systems Review.

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MBS taskforce to review optometry items

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More than 30 optometry items are expected to be reviewed in 2017 by the Medicare Benefits Schedule Review Taskforce.

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Expertise and a guiding hand

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Bayd Rosenbaum sought the assistance of EyeQ when he opened a greenfield practice in Merimbula two years ago.

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My Health Record and disease portal integrate

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A new trial is connecting chronic disease management practitioners with national health records.

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Raising the bar for World Sight Day Challenge

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Sure Eye Care aims to beat its fund-raising record for the World Sight Day Challenge.

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OCANZ standards less rigid

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New accreditation standards for optometry programs allow greater flexibility in the ways compliance with the standards can be demonstrated.

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Slight decline in bulk-billing

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Optometry services bulk-billed in the past financial year were lower than in the previous corresponding period, Medicare statistics show.

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