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A new vision for supply

While online retailers and chain stores have destroyed many retail categories, independent optometry practices have so far been able to weather the storm. However, technological change cannot be escaped. COLEBY NICHOLSON explores ProVision’s enhanced digital platform, which will soon to be available to non-members. Read more »

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Mapping Macula: The fight against blindness and vision loss

This May, Australia’s advocates for macular disease are increasing their efforts to seize upon the MDFA’s month-long national awareness campaign. MYLES HUME uncovers the latest work to fight this notorious, sight threatening condition. Read more »

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Myopia: A new opportunity

Cutting-edge multifocal contact lens designs have significantly bolstered the optometric toolkit when it comes to myopia control treatments. MYLES HUME examines what is – and what will be – at the disposal of optometrists this year and beyond. Read more »

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Inside the intraocular lens

Once almost exclusively restricted to cataract patients, IOLs are becoming an increasingly popular option for different types of patients who want to be as free from glasses as possible. MATTHEW WOODLEY and MYLES HUME examine the state of play in Australia and where the technology is heading. Read more »

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Safety, ethical concerns raised over private stem cell dry eye treatment

A private stem cell clinic in Sydney has been charging patients thousands of dollars to treat the symptoms of dry eye disease with procedures described by experts as unproven and potentially dangerous. Read more »

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Brien Holden Vision Institute sees new developments under Naidoo

Since taking up the CEO position at the Brien Holden Vision Institute, Kovin Naidoo has reinvigorated the organisation with a raft of changes. LEWIS WILLIAMS met with the former South African political prisoner. Read more »

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When Chris met George and Matilda

In 1984 a fresh-faced 18-year-old, Chris Beer, joined OPSM as an optical apprentice and slowly began climbing the corporate ladder to the extent that, 17 years later, he was appointed general manager of retail. Two years later in 2003 Luxottica moved into the Australian market when it acquired OPSM and by 2004 Beer was chief operating officer and then finally CEO Asia Pacific. Read more »

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