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  1. Cataract Surgery and Retinal Disease

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5CD + 0.5G in New Zealand | 01 April 2019

    By Clinical Associate Professor Smita Agarwal    Coexisting retinal disease makes cataract surgery challenging and increases the risk of complications for the patient. Visual outcomes can be improved by anticipating issues and comprehensive... Read More

  2. The Dry Eye Battle: Part Two

    2T CPD in Australia | 1CD in New Zealand | 01 April 2019

    By Mark Koszek        In the final part of a two part article, optometrist Mark Koszek describes the escalating case of a patient referred to as Kelly. He explores the challenges that can arise when managing severe dry eye... Read More

  3. Phospholipids: The Glue that Holds the Tear Film...

    2M CPD in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 01 April 2019

    By Megan Zabell      Dry eye disease has a significant effect on quality of life and comes with a high global economic burden. Managing the tear film is critical to a dry eye treatment plan. While the role of phospholipids in stabilising the... Read More

  4. Emerging Trends in Glaucoma Research

    2T CPD in Australia | 0.5CD + 0.25G in New Zealand | 05 March 2019

    By Dr Hamish Dunn, Clinical Associate Professor Andrew White, and Dr Simon Skalicky      Glaucoma research drives on. Developing and evaluating new MIGS devices, novel means of drug delivery, the cellular mechanisms of ganglion cell death, and... Read More

  5. Clinical Record Keeping in Glaucoma

    2 CPD in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 05 March 2019

    By Rajendra Gyawali, Melinda Toomey, Professor Fiona Stapleton and Dr Isabelle Jalbert     Accurate record keeping is an important activity in the process of detecting, monitoring, and managing glaucoma. This article discusses the basic aspects ... Read More

  6. Glaucoma: Beyond The Cup and Drops

    2 CPD in Australia | 1CD in New Zealand | 05 March 2019

    By Inez Hsing        Primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) is one of the most recognised forms of glaucoma, however there are numerous presentations of secondary glaucoma, many of which have associations with various other ocular and systemic ... Read More

  7. The Dry Eye Battle: Part One

    2T in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 01 February 2019

    By Mark Koszek     Dry eye disease is a chronic disease that worsens with age and is more prevalent in women. It has been shown that the impact of severe dry eye disease on quality of life is similar to the impact of moderate to severe... Read More

  8. A Powerful Outlook on Low Power Cataract Surgery

    2 CPD in Australia | TBC in New Zealand | 01 February 2019

    By Dr Ilan Sebban       Cataract surgery has evolved through many stages. This evolution has included both surgical techniques and devices, which offer patients a combination of optimised post-surgical vision and greater convenience. Low... Read More

  9. Periocular Tumours: Green Lights, Orange Warnings ...

    2 CPD in Australia | TBC in New Zealand | 01 February 2019

    By Dr Dov Hersh     Two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, and of these, 5–10 per cent will be eyelid malignancies. Eye care professionals have a unique opportunity to identify ‘red... Read More

  10. Refractive Laser Surgery: Who’s Interested Now?

    2 CPD in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 01 February 2019

    There are now various corneal refractive procedures available to correct vision, ranging from laser excimer to  small lenticule incision surgery (SMILE). This article assesses the existing options and gives a glimpse into what the near future holds. Read More

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