Allergan eye ointments recalled

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Potential for particle contamination has resulted in Allergan recalling particular batches of Ircal and Refresh Night Time eye ointments.

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Making the most of a move

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Optometrists Dom Wilson and Heidi Hunter changed their practice’s location, their look and their business model.

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Digital-only flagship publications from 2016

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Australian Optometry and Clinical and Experimental Optometry will become exclusively digital publications in 2016.

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Sharing a special bond

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Four sets of female identical twin optometrists have heard many times the clichés about ‘seeing double’ and ‘double vision.’

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Anna Burke supports petition

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Labor MP Anna Burke will champion a grassroots petition launched by Optometry Australia that calls for fairer Medicare rebates for optometry services.

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Story of Australian optometry… warts and all

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The father of modern optometry in Australia, Emeritus Professor Barry Cole, has written a book covering 200 years of the history of optometry in Australia.

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Gain endorsement with online program

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About 150 optometrists are undertaking their therapeutics qualifications online and another 42 have been the first to qualify in the Australian College of Optometry’s Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics.

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Ins and outs of OCT

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Chief staff optometrist at Sydney’s Centre for Eye Health, Michael Yapp, will be one of several high-profile speakers presenting at the SA Blue Sky Congress in Adelaide.

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$6m funding for Indigenous eye care

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A united approach in developing a proposal for improved Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander eye health and vision care has resulted in $6.63 million in federal funding for Vision 2020 Australia.

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Reminder: renew registration

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Optometrists are due to renew their general or non-practising registration with the OBA by 30 November 2015.

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Hewett Award goes to HK authors

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Authors of a contact lens care solution research paper have received the 2015 J Lloyd Hewett Award.

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Learn to cruise the world

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Russell Cooper combines his professional education with holiday cruises abroad, everywhere from Alaska to the Mediterranean.

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Collaboration maximises impact

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A key part of the role of Optometry Australia is to promote optometry and optometrists, which we have done during September at meetings with a wide range of key stakeholders.

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Investment and return

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Optometry Australia is gearing up for a delegation of members to visit Parliament House on 19 October.

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Workshop reveals mastery of CLs

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The inaugural Specialty Contact Lens Workshop run by the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia (CCLSA) NSW division welcomed a fantastic turnout.

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