It's something many people take for granted, but just imagine what your life would be like without your eye sight. – Bendigo Advertiser
Dr Amelia Lake discusses the Diabetes and Eye Health project, funded by Vision 2020 Australia.
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.
MEDIA RELEASE. Virtual reality is commonly used to train aviation pilots, now The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital is using state-of-the-art virtual reality simulators to train the next generation of eye surgeons.
MEDIA RELEASE. Orthoptics Awareness Week (OAW) is an important event in the Orthoptics Australia calendar each year. This year it will be held between Monday 5th to Friday 9th of March 2018.
MEDIA RELEASE. Victorian Parliamentary Secretary for Health Gabrielle Williams MP today announced that thousands of residents across Bass Coast, Central Goldfields, Glenelg, Hepburn, Moira and Whittlesea are set to benefit from the government funded Vision Initiative eye health program.
Jamie Duncan, Vision Australia writer/editor, had never been to an optometrist despite living with diabetes. In this blog he writes about losing his sight in his 30s.
MEDIA RELEASE. This National Diabetes Week, Vision 2020 Australia is calling on the Australian Government to invest in the prevention of diabetes-related eye disease – the leading cause of avoidable vision loss among working-aged Australians.
MEDIA RELEASE. Jean Kittson, like many her age, is facing one of the busiest times of her life. One of Australia’s most-loved performers Jean juggles her family and work commitments and the welfare of ageing parents in their 90s.