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Vale Dr Tony Adams – revered academic optometrist ‘will be missed’

University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry has paid tribute to well-known Australian expatriate Dr Tony Adams, who died on …

Survey to paint a clearer picture on eyecare nurse workforce

Australia’s nurses are at the centre of a survey that will create a snapshot of the eyecare nurse workforce and …
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Run to raise funds for QEI electrodiagnostic machine

Queensland Eye Institute (QEI) ophthalmologist Associate Professor Anthony Kwan is running in the Bridge to Brisbane to raise funds towards …
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Delta disruption: O=MEGA21 cancelled, Eyecare Plus conference postponed

O=MEGA21 organisers have cancelled the event scheduled for September 2-4 in Melbourne, stating that it would have been unwise to …
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MDFA responds after NSW health chief says eye checks can be deferred  

NSW chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant’s use of eye appointments as an example of activities that can be deferred …

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Infrared light could replace injections for macular oedema

A clinical trial at Sydney Eye Hospital is evaluating the safety and efficacy of using infrared light to treat macular …
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Reaching new depths with iTrack

MIGS has triggered a shift in the glaucoma paradigm, enabling surgical intervention that bridges the gap between medical management and …
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Low vision – readiness for school

Vision impairment is a disability of access. DR SUE SILVEIRA explains how orthoptists help children overcome these barriers to participate …
Flinders University Professor of Ophthalmology Jamie Craig

Clinical trials imminent for glaucoma genetic test

Australian researchers have led the development of a promising new genetic test for glaucoma that can potentially identify 15-times more …
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