While doctors take delight in solving the common issue of refractive vision error by prescribing eye glasses, Flinders University researchers have found that many patients are […]
Leading South Australian optometry centre, Flinders Vision, is tackling difficult vision problems with innovative research and new equipment.
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.
A successful diabetes management program run by Flinders University in rural and remote Indigenous communities may soon link with a critical eye screening service.
The World Health Organisation’s most recent Global Burden of Disease register rates blindness as less of a burden than a pain of the neck.
Australia remains the only developed country in the world not to have eliminated trachoma, the leading cause of infectious blindness, despite recent progress in tackling the disease.
Optometrists from Flinders University will soon be able to diagnose and manage eye diseases in rural and remote communities – all from the comfort of their computer chair.
Flinders University researchers are trying to determine exactly how eye disease affects quality of life in a bid to target and improve treatments.