Clinical and Experimental Optometry will continue publishing quality optometry and vision science papers online in 2016.
More than 600 members have responded to Optometry Australia’s first scope of practice survey.
The December issue of Australian Optometry is the last to be published in print but we will be launching the new shareable Australian Optometry App this month.
It’s timely to look back on an extremely eventful year for our profession.
MPs are carrying forward our important messages.
Luke Arundel reminds members who may have overlooked the 30 November deadline for renewing their registration to act immediately.
A round-up of awards and appointments in optometry
Optometry Victoria has helped bring together young practitioners to form the foundation committee of Young Optometrists in Victoria.
Sydney optometrist Daniel Tracton was interviewed on the Macquarie Radio Network during Halloween about the dangers of novelty contact lenses.
Australia’s new diabetes strategy has been launched to tackle the rising epidemic of one new case every five minutes.
Social media can boost promotion of your practice in a competitive business market – if used effectively.
Optometry Australia’s Melbourne office will relocate in the new year, following the sale of its building in Carlton, which will be auctioned on 9 December.
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Labor MP Anna Burke, the member for the Victorian seat of Chisholm and a former Speaker of the House, has tabled the Optometry Australia patient petition in the House of Representatives.
Mark Roth has won the Grand Prize Anterior Segment Photo contest for 2015, conducted by the American Academy of Optometry.