Sunday, July 5, 2020

News

Caring for our communities – update

Update: 30 June 2020 From March until May, Australia faced unprecedented and immediate disruption to all services as the country battled the unknown effects of...

Registration open for UK-based OCANZ training

Our next three-day OCANZ training course will be held in Manchester, UK from 14 to 16 September 2020 for overseas-qualified optometrists seeking to prepare...

Supporting our first responders

Specsavers is participating in First Responders Day, an initiative spearheaded by the he Australian Retailers’ Association as a thank you to all of Australia’s...
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Measuring the impact of eye disease detection

Data plays an essential role in the eye care industry and is crucial in demonstrating the measurable impact of clinical interventions. As outlined in our...

New ‘SCC Online Series’ introduced in lieu of SCC9

The ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have necessitated the postponement of the annual Specsavers Clinical Conference, which was due to take place in...

Protecting sight during, and after, COVID-19

Since the beginning of level three COVID-19 restrictions in late March, it's no surprise that Specsavers has seen a reduction in the number of...

Strong interest in glaucoma webinars

More than 300 people have participated in each of the first two glaucoma webinars delivered by Associate Professor Graham Lee in collaboration with Specsavers. Dr...
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Transforming eye health: Glaucoma

With more than 3 in 100 Australians over 49 living with glaucoma and 50% of cases going undetected in the population, glaucoma continues to...

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...