Optometry Australia has partnered with energy specialists, Make it Cheaper, to help members navigate the complexities of running a small business.
Achieving Medicare rebates for optometry consultations is Optometry Australia’s most significant achievement in its 100-year history.
Victorian optometrist, member and practice owner, Nelly Munckhof, found her first international study tour so interesting, she’s been on three more.
Children with genetic conditions that cause blindness may benefit from new government funding.
New government funding will enable retinal cameras and training at nearly 150 sites nationwide.
A research paper on contact lens-induced dry eye has won the 2018 J Lloyd Hewett Outstanding Paper Award, awarded by Clinical and Experimental Optometry’s Editorial Board.
A $2 million investment in subsidised spectacle schemes is a big win for optometry and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, says Optometry Australia’s CEO Lyn Brodie.
Patients with allergic rhinitis and allergic conjunctivitis should often be co-managed with other health professionals to improve symptoms.
Optometry Victoria and Optometry South Australia are in advanced discussions about amalgamating the two state organisations into one representative body.
Optometry Australia’s peer-reviewed journal Clinical and Experimental Optometry, or CXO as it is commonly known, is proving to be a valuable commodity.
The second year of Optometry Australia’s consumer marketing campaign, Good vision for life, has delivered strong results, continuing to drive awareness among Australians of the importance of seeing an optometrist, whilst influencing appointments.
The UNSW School of Optometry and Vision Science is running a Dry Eye social media campaign, Defy Dry Eye, to raise awareness of the disease and launch its Dry Eye Clinic.
Optometry 2040 workshops in Hobart and Perth are now accredited with two non-clinical CPD points and venues are confirmed.
HOYA is launching a new lens in Hong Kong and China to reduce myopia progression in children and teenagers.
A plethora of interesting speakers and topics headlines WAVE next month.