All eyes on Napier

The gorgeous city of Napier, which proudly showcases it’s rise from the devastation of the 1931 earthquake to become the Art Deco capital of New Zealand,...

Cane and able

It’s amazing really, how, if one of your senses starts to conk out another one seems to pick up the slack. Medically, of course, it’s a fallacy that if...

Living with MD

MDNZ is 10 years old this year. Jai Breitnauer talks to three wet MD patients who have benefited from the organisation’s support, to find out about their...

Have you future-proofed your business legacy?

Ultimately, business and exit planning isn’t just about money. This is particularly true for the owner operated businesses common among optometry practices....

Insights and delights

Auckland Eye’s popular Orakei Bay Events Centre dinner served up a healthy dose of insights alongside a delightful dinner. Many local optometrists attended...

International Myopia Congress Tokyo

Central Tokyo seemed a fitting location for the 17th International Myopia Congress (IMC), bringing delegates from across the world to the Japanese capital...

Providing better service at AES

The Acute Eye Service (AES) is the busiest sub-speciality department within one of the busiest outpatients departments in New Zealand, the Eye Department...

Vitreo-retinal developments

Pneumatic retinopexy versus vitrectomy for the management of primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment outcomes randomised trial (PIVOT) Hillier RJ, Felfeli T, Berger...

CHALKEYES… Give me back my patient!

‘Dave the drainlayer’ was driving his digger at the new development last week. I hadn’t seen him at the practice for more than five years.

Screening for myopia in NZ?

Myopia is the most common ocular problem internationally and prevalence is increasing. Research suggests myopia currently affects 23% of the world population,...

A Pacific path to eyecare

Dr Carole Poloso was completing the final stage of her ophthalmology master’s degree at the Pacific Eye Institute, University of Fiji, when Susanne Bradley...

Glaucoma red flags, AI and more

Four Points by Sheraton was full to capacity with Auckland optometrists braving torrential rain to pick up clinical tips and enjoy a delicious selection...

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