New laws around contracts mean small businesses will soon have additional legal protection from potentially unfair contract terms.
Small businesses will have to make employee superannuation payments electronically from July next year.
Closing the gap in Indigenous eye health is possible within four years, ophthalmologist Professor Hugh Taylor claims.
Delegates welcomed the practical slant that the speakers had on their topics at SA Blue Sky in November.
Optometry Australia is proudly launching the Australian Optometry App today, and making it open access to showcase our profession’s news and advancement.
WA optometrists are providing free optometric services to homeless people in Perth CBD
Burns from a hand-held laser device have caused a teenager to lose 75 per cent of his vision.
Glaucoma Australia and Optometry Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the care of people with glaucoma.
Melbourne optometrist Amy Giang has been praised for her quick thinking that saved the eye and possibly the life of a little girl.
We highlight some of the major events that have been reported in Australian Optometry over three and a half decades.
New graduates mingled with seasoned optometrists attending their 40-year reunion and award winners at the VISIONaries evening in Brisbane.
The introduction of Medicare item 10944 has prompted a demand for techniques and tools to assist corneal foreign body removal.
The Minister for Health, Sussan Ley, has launched an online survey asking consumers to respond to questions about health fund coverage and premiums.
Pharma will offer members accredited continuing professional development points next year, which will be logged automatically into members’ CPD records.
Alison Steer is saving her patients a drive of up to 400 kilometres for ophthalmology services, with the help of new Medicare telehealth items.