RANZCO NZ 2019: Look to the future, collaboratively

This year’s annual NZ RANZCO branch meeting was held at the Pullman Hotel, overlooking the historic Albert Park in the heart of bustling Auckland from...

Nurses, championing diversity in collaboration

The annual ophthalmic nurses meeting, held in conjunction with the RANZCO New Zealand Branch conference, took place at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland this...

Changing of the guard: optometry yesterday and today

The past year has seen many of New Zealand’s optical industry stalwarts step back from day to day operations. Jai Breitnauer asked them about the changes...

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.

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...

Albinism 101

The term albinism is derived from the Latin word albus for white. Although the first scientific report of albinism was by Sir Archibald Garrod in 1908,...

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...

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