The development and now widespread availability of OCT has altered diagnosis and management of ocular disease, particularly age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. Read more
During the past decade and a half OCT has evolved from a research tool into something that is widely and routinely used by ophthalmologists and optometrists. Read more
Embracing new technology that improves early detection, digital referrals, treatment options and adherence is key to enhancing patient-centred collaborative care. Read more
Specsavers has announced it will launch more than 100 new sunglasses throughout the 2019 spring/summer season, with the company recently unveiling the first wave.
Despite making progress in Australia, women in stem lack representation in key leadership positions. JANE SCHULLER explains how the wild program is working to change exactly that. Read more
The correct number of optometrists needed is constantly debated, but a new report makes a strong case there will be future shortages. CALLUM GLENNEN looks at the methodology behind the analysis. Read more
The level of healthcare available to people varies greatly across the world. FAREN WILLETT AND SHANDELL WISHART recently experienced how different eyecare in Papua New Guinea can be. Read more
Dispensing glasses to children is a very different experience compared to adults. In part two of a series, CHEDY KALACH looks at what makes a good children’s frame and how to fit the completed glasses. Read more
Across the ophthalmic sector there are many people who contribute an extraordinary amount to the profession, but avoid the spotlight. Though they do not often receive it, these people deserve recognition for their role in making optometry as exceptional as it is. Read more
O=MEGA PREVIEW: Transitions Optical will have its entire range of lenses on display at O=MEGA, featuring the new Transitions style mirrors.