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Search Results - September 2018

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FIRST Stop Tasmania, then onwards

Live your purpose with OPSM! For Tegan Matheson, who is following her dream to travel around Australia as part of OPSM’s Eyecare Country Connect program, they are words to live by. Read more »

Centre for Eye Research Australia reveals new director

The youngest full Professor in the history of Cambridge University’s Clinical School has been appointed as managing director of the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA). Read more »

Ellex laser treatment significantly reduces AMD progression

Clinical trials of Ellex Medical Lasers’ 2RT Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy have shown a four-fold reduction in the rate of progression to late stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in 76% of patients. Read more »

Warning for contact lens wearers as infection increases

Blinding Acanthamoeba keratitis infections are on the rise, according to a new study led by UNSW’s Dr Nicole Carnt. Read more »

Six-figure private donation to fund eye research

The Save Sight Institute (SSI) has received a private donation of $300,000 to support keratoconus research. Read more »

Optometrist receives international award

A committee of Catalonia-based optical bodies has named the president of the Australian College of Optometry, Dr Konrad Pesudovs, as its International Optometrist of the Year for 2018. Read more »

Allergan celebrates 50 years in Australia with art expo

Allergan will recognise 50 years in Australia and New Zealand tonight, with a bespoke pop up art gallery showcasing a collection of work that aims to merge the worlds of science and art. Read more »

Optometrists wanted for collaborative glaucoma program

An Australian hospital is actively recruiting optometrists to take part in a collaborative community glaucoma care program. Read more »

Pharmacists warned over incorrect Atropine drops

A spate of incorrectly processed Atropine 0.01% eye drop scripts has prompted an Australian national pharmacy body to advise members to pay increased attention when dispensing the eye drops. Read more »

Optical supplier receives national business award

Independent optical supplier Eyes Right Optical has been recognised at the recent Family Business Association National Conference in Alice Springs. Read more »

Scientists 3D print ‘bionic eye’ prototype

Researchers have created a first-of-its-kind prototype ‘bionic eye’ by 3D printing an array of image sensing light receptors on a hemispherical surface. Read more »

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Success of Managing Myopia sees re-run and Complex Cases launching soon

The Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy will launch a new myopia management course, in November 2018.   Read more »


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