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.
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.
BLOG. Living with Stargardt’s Disease for the past 10 years I have learnt a lot. You have to learn to constantly adapt to your surroundings, see things in a unique way and learn to read small print with technology that you could once read with the naked eye.
MEDIA RELEASE The Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) and The University of Melbourne are introducing the world’s first professional qualifications course for eye bankers – the custodians of human tissue for eye transplant surgery.
MEDIA RELEASE. The Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) has revealed it is looking to collaborate with companies, industry, and peak bodies in the development of autonomous vehicle systems.
MEDIA RELEASE In a move that further recognises the importance of optometry in managing patients with glaucoma and improving the low glaucoma detection rates in Australia, Glaucoma Australia has made a second optometrist appointment to its Council of Management (Council).
MEDIA RELEASE Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced details of Partnership Projects – including a glaucoma project – being funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recently.