Glaucoma Australia launches risk awareness campaign ahead of World Glaucoma Week (10 – 16 March) Sydney, Australia
Through KeepSight, 1.27 million people with diabetes registered on the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) will be encouraged to have regular eye examinations.
Vision Australia is on the hunt for volunteer mentors for a new program aimed at helping people who are blind or have low vision to achieve their employment goals.
Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (EMPHN) is working with the Indigenous Eye Health Unit at Melbourne University to facilitate better eye health outcomes for Aboriginal Communities.
Bionic Vision Technologies announced today that researchers from the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) have successfully restored a sense of vision in four blind people using a bionic eye, as part of a clinical trial in Melbourne.
The Board of the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) announced the appointment of Professor Keith Martin as next Managing director.
The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital announced the launch of the patient information hub.
We are pleased to announce the Australian Government has provided a further $2.5 million for retinal cameras and training.
Thanks to changes to the Electoral Legislation Act passed in the Victorian Parliament yesterday, voters who are blind or have low vision will now have greater electronic voting choices and certainty.
Leading diabetes and eye health groups today applauded the Australian Government funding announcement for a new national diabetes eye screening program to reduce vision loss and blindness in people with diabetes.