CCLS NZ 2018: Celebrating 60 years with warmth and style

This year the Cornea and Contact Lens Society celebrated its 60th birthday. Though the educational content and knowledge has dramatically evolved over...

Wielding the power of OCT

A one-off, all-day workshop providing a full overview of OCT technology and its clinical uses was arranged immediately before the CCLS one-day conference...

Ophthalmology wall of fame

The annual Excellence in Ophthalmology and Vision Research prize evening celebrates talented personalities early in their ophthalmic careers as well as...

Eylea back on the table

As part of its long-running review on funding the anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) agent aflibercept (Eylea), Pharmac sought feedback...

Book launch - The Flying Optometrist

The Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) and the National Library of Australia have published a new book, The Flying Optometrist, to help introduce good...

BHVI disproves CL theory

Single vision contact lenses with optical designs that aim to reduce inherent spherical aberrations (SAs) of the eye are not effective in improving visual...

May is for macula

Mirroring its counterpart across the Tasman, the Macular Degeneration New Zealand (MDNZ) team is marking ‘Macula Month’ from 1-31 May.

Eye Institute’s new community trust

Eye Institute is formalising its social endeavours under a new community trust, which initially will be focused on providing assistance to Auckland-based...

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