Photochromic contacts unveiled

Johnson & Johnson Vision (J&J) has teamed up with photochromic lens developer and manufacturer Transitions Optical to develop and launch the first ever...

Locum business expands to NZ

Optom Locum Service, formerly known as the Phillip Fent Locum Service, is expanding its services from Australia into New Zealand.

Eye drops instead of glasses?

A team of Israeli researchers from Bar-Ilan University's Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), sent media outlets and the twitter...

Orthoptists demand unrecognised

The orthoptics profession is in high demand in New Zealand with a staggering one fifth of the clinical positions (five of 26) nationwide currently vacant....

OTC: an information packed day

The Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre in Mount Wellington, Auckland on a March summer’s day was the setting for the third Ocular Therapeutics Conference,...

CCLS NZ: From the exhibitor’s hall

As one of the main events in the New Zealand ophthalmic calendar for both optometrists and anterior segment ophthalmologists, the Cornea and Contact Lens...

J & J Vision appoints NZ recruit

Johnson & Johnson Vision’s professional affairs manager and optometrist Dr Emma Gillies was manning the J&J Vision stand to explain the benefits of Acuvue...

Radiant Health ramps up B+L team

Radiant Health’s Bausch+Lomb (B+L) team has been reorganised and expanded to include two more people chosen for their skills to help practices.

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