The world’s most common vision problem myopia or short/near sightedness, which causes damage to the eye and even blindness, just got easier to assess. Progressive research […]
Reading in the morning may accelerate nearsightedness or myopia, new research from Flinders University optometry experts indicates. “Our results show that changes in the length of the […]
Inspired by his son, Flinders optometry researcher Dr Paul Constable has commenced working with Yale Child Study Center and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital on links […]
The success of Flinders University Optometry’s innovative Watkins Fundus Lens has been elevated to a global level with its acceptance as an international standard item of […]
Thousands of Flinders students owe much of their knowledge of the human body to the School of Medicine’s Anatomy Museum and to its custodian Greg Souter.
Flinders students will be doing eye tests in Nepal and physio in Malawi next year, thanks to the award of $332,000 funding in Endeavour Mobility grants .
The first ever South Australian-trained optometrists graduated from Flinders University on April 10.
Flinders has opened a state of the art $7.4 million teaching clinic, enabling optometry students to see real patients and providing optometry services to the South Australian community.
Flinders University is planning to introduce a new course in optometry that could reduce the flow of local students interstate and boost eye health in indigenous communities.