With 2018 drawing to a close, it’s fair to say it has been a great year for the Green Club. Not only did we celebrate our two-year anniversary, we also welcomed our 2,500th member - and are still counting.
Last month, Green Club hosted a clinical event in the city of Stavanger, southern Norway. The event was organised in close cooperation with Øyelegene AS, an eye doctor company from Stavanger, IFOCUS øyeklinikk, one of Europe’s leading refractive surgery clinics, and Théa Nordic, a global supplier of ophthalmology products.
If you think Lacoste only makes polo shirts, think again. Their product range extends from jackets to trousers, from shoes to socks and from perfume to eyewear. Now, some of Lacoste’s frames have been added to the Specsavers’ product portfolio.
Good communication between practitioners and patients can have significant effects on the well-being and outcome of medical intervention for patients. This session considers several techniques from medical practice for optometrists to implement a patient-centered approach | more
Uveitis is a term used to describe a diverse group of disease entities, which are potentially sight-threatening, particularly where there is significant delay in diagnosis and treatment, or where treatment prescribed is ineffective at controlling | more
Community optometrists should be able to recognise when an incomitant strabismus is of recent onset and requires urgent referral for ophthalmological and neurological investigation. This article explores the characteristics of incomitant strabismus and the investigative | more
Key-note speaker Phil Morgan has spoken about contact lenses in depth at the Clinical Conference 2018. We have recorded this lecture for you to watch here!
You can now relive the key-note lecture at the 2018 Clinical Conferences by Melbourne-based Specsavers Professional Services Advancement Director Professor Harrison Weisinger, who spoke about why it is important for optometry to engage with GPs.