Lack of funding for non-clinical support revealed in Indigenous eye health review

A new Indigenous eye health study has recommended greater financial backing for non-clinical support providers, a critical factor that has …

National survey sheds new light on ophthalmology training 

Ophthalmology trainees have indicated a high rate of satisfaction with their Vocational Training Program, according to the results of Australia’s …

Study highlights biomarker for discontinuing anti-VEGF treatment

A new study has demonstrated that a particular biomarker can be used to select which age-related macular degeneration (AMD) patients …

George & Matilda encourages staff to support fire affected communities

George & Matilda has created a new initiative to support communities affected by the 2020 bushfires by incentivising staff to …

Australian CL manufacturer pens long-term deal with Chinese medical firm

Australia’s Capricornia Contact Lens is set to take its specialty products to the lucrative Chinese market after signing a 10-year …


Competing with millennial outlets: Part 2

New technology has given dispensers lots of tools to meet the varying needs of customers. In the final of his …

New Specsavers report shows impact of eye health strategies

For the past two years, Specsavers has been measuring the impact of its progressive models for preventative eyecare, resulting in …

Aussie corneal engineering research earns major backing

A Melbourne researcher has received a major funding boost to progress development of a tissue-engineered corneal endothelium for transplant, which …

Gene responsible for ageing of eye found

In a discovery that could have significant implications for how age-related ocular diseases are diagnosed and treated, researchers have pinpointed …
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Zeiss posts tenth consecutive record-breaking year

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Orthoptics Australia restructures for the future

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Rodenstock goes BIG on customised progressive lenses

German lens manufacturer Rodenstock has announced its new corporate philosophy, which emphasises the degree of customisation possible in its premium …

Novartis secures approval for AMD drug in Australia

Australia’s ophthalmic community has welcomed the approval of Novartis’ latest therapy for neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD). Advocates hope the …

RANZCO outlines stance on blue light

A newly published RANZCO position paper has suggested there is little to no evidence blue light blocking spectacles improve visual …

New range of frames highlights the work of indigenous artists

A new collection of frames that showcases and directly supports the work of Australian Indigenous artists has been released on …

Hoya secures ‘VIP status’ for Australian border checks

Australian border officials have granted Hoya Lens Australia a special status that will reduce red tape and smooth the supply …

CooperVision’s MiSight receives FDA approval, to launch in 2020

CooperVision has received clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its MiSight 1 Day Contact Lens for …