Book review: Contact Lenses sixth edition

I approached the sixth edition of Contact Lenses by Anthony Phillips and Lynne Speedwell with enthusiasm as some years ago I was a student when the fifth...

Chalkeyes presents: Eight miles high

No matter how many times it happens, I am always wildly impressed to be shown an image of my eyeball.

Style eyes: Safeguarding your inventory

Optical retailers spend an enormous amount of time selecting inventory for their locations, not to mention the monetary investment that is involved. Isn’t...

NZAO conference 2019

The annual New Zealand Optometrist Association (NZAO) conference is now open for registration. This year the conference will be held on 18-19 October in...

Dog bites, steroids, and injection pain under review

Ophthalmic manifestations of facial dog bites, Intravenous steroid with antibiotic treatment for children with orbital cellulitis, Reducing local anaesthetic...

Behind the hijab: Australasian optometry today

Aboriginal women’s right activist Lilla Watson once said, ‘If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your...

Case study: iStent Inject G2 (Glaukos)

It’s been more than two and half years since I implanted the first Glaukos iStent Inject. So, what have we learned from our experience with this revolutionary...

ARVO 2019

The annual meeting for the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) conference was held in Vancouver, Canada from the 27 April – 2 May....

Auckland Eye insights

Dr Dean Corbett opened Auckland Eye’s 2019 Insight series, welcoming attendees and introducing the team’s newest addition, Dr Taras Papchenko, who replaces...

Style eyes: A cure for the bad customer

Whether you’ve been in the optical world for years or you’ve simply been on the job a few months, there’s a good chance you’ve encountered a less than...

Trump’s foetal tissue ban “a step back for science”

The scientific community has erupted in protest against US President Donald Trump’s abrupt halt on foetal tissue research, calling it a “step backward...

Out for the countdown

For normal folk, running out of milk and bread isn't really that big a deal. They can hop in the car or pop up to the nearest dairy and, to be honest it...

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