President lectures in HK and other news in brief

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Optometry Australia’s national president Kate Gifford was a key speaker at the BCLA Asia Conference this week.

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Half of us need vision correction

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There are 17 optometrists for every 100,000 people in Australia, according to a new report that also reveals that one in two of us wears glasses or contact lenses.

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Q&A on new retinal photo MBS items

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Optometry Australia has released information for optometrists on two new Medicare items for medical practitioners to assess and refer patients for undetected retinopathy.

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Eye health message targets Sydney runners

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Optometry Australia’s new consumer campaign will be showcased at an iconic Sydney event.

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Bid to extend VOS funding

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Optometry Australia representatives met with Assistant Minister Ken Wyatt yesterday to discuss the Visiting Optometrists Scheme.

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Optometry Australia at Specsavers

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Optometry Australia exhibited by invitation for the first time at the annual Specsavers Clinical Conference.

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ProVision delivers impressive, relevant conference

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Practice owners must continually evolve the way they do business, this year’s ProVision conference was told.

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Ban on high card surcharges

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Excessive surcharges for credit and debit card transactions are banned for large businesses.

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Manslaughter: could it happen in Australia?

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If an optometrist breached their duty of care, causing the patient’s death, could they be found guilty of manslaughter in Australia?

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Private health insurance committee to tackle reform

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Dr Jeffrey Harmer has been selected to chair a new Private Health Ministerial Advisory Committee.

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OCT lying down and other news in brief

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The Spectralis Flex Module enables scans to be performed on patients in the supine position.

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Guide to eye care for infants and children

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Optometry Australia has updated its paediatric clinical practice guide.

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Revised driving guidelines

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Updated fitness to drive guidelines include an expanded section on visual fields to help optometrists clarify common problems in testing.

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Eye health awareness campaign now live

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Our new consumer campaign Good vision for life is live with the launch of the digital component.

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Bumper year for TLC

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The annual Tasmanian conference attracted the largest number of registrants to date.

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