Dealing with brain injury

Eight kiwis crossed the Tasman to be a part of the audience at the Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation Seminar in Sydney from 2-3 December, last year....

An Everest experience

I grew up in Rural Zimbabwe, where my dad built a small clinical practice to provide medical care in the community, so I’ve always been inspired to volunteer...

Update on scleritis

Scleritis is inflammation of the sclera and deep episcleral vessels. It typically presents with a deep aching pain, not responding to simple analgesia...

Take your business into the future

As we head into the busy summer months, using your time and resources efficiently is a must to ensure your business is running smoothly and your patients...

Goodbye from NZOSS 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, students are drowning their exam sorrows in copious amounts of caffeine, consolidated by thoughts of summer, BBQs and quality...

Celebrating 12 years of Insight

Auckland Eye celebrated 12 years of offering continuing education with the last of its Insight seminars for the year at the beautiful Orakei Bay venue...

Tackling frustrations

Ophthalmologists are not surprised at the ongoing difficulties the District Health Boards (DHBs) are having with timely ophthalmology follow-up appointments....

A standard of living

I have never been an employer. I have been a boss to a team of employees, but if the wages aren’t coming from your own pocket, it’s a different thing,...

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