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KeepSight: one year on

Before COVID-19 temporarily changed the face of optometry services in our country, KeepSight celebrated reaching its one-year milestone. And now, as restrictions start to...

In this together for Reconciliation Week

Specsavers believes that everyone should have access to the best quality eye care and eyewear. In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are...

Glaucoma lecture series available in June

Associate Professor Graham Lee will deliver a series of professional development webinars through the Specsavers MyCPD portal this June. The four-part series, which will run...

New Specsavers campaign to focus on digital eye strain

Specsavers has released new research to help educate patients and the generic public on the impacts of digital eye strain. With more people working from...

Remote dispensing and assisted e-commerce in the age of Coronavirus

The global pandemic has been the catalyst for many retailers to advance their e-commerce offerings, and Specsavers has been no exception.   As we took the...

Eye care innovations in a time of adversity

Since early March, the optometry industry has been massively impacted by the coronavirus, particularly as our roles as primary care providers require a high...

Coming out of lockdown – a partner’s reflection

Ian Russell, Optometry Partner from our Wanganui store in New Zealand, reflects on the past few weeks of lockdown and what he is looking forward...

Caring for our communities – the next phase

Update: 13 May 2020 Throughout the period of Level 3 restrictions, which commenced at the end of March 2020, the majority of our Australian Specsavers...

Virtual professional development series a great success

More than 400 people have attended the first two Specsavers virtual professional development webinars, hosted by Specsavers in collaboration with ophthalmologist Dr Colin Chan. Dr...

Specsavers NZ stores to reopen following stage 3 and 4 lockdown

Specsavers New Zealand stores will reopen on Thursday 14 May in line with the country’s Level 2 COVID-19 restrictions. All 53 locally owned and operated...