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Did you know? The 'bleb' phenomonen

Sydney, Australia, 7 June 2017: Until the mid-1970s it was believed that contact lens wear had no effect on the corneal endothelium,…
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Myopia progression increases dramatically at the onset of school age

Sydney, Australia, 7 June 2017: Numerous studies have identified school age as a point when the progression of myopia increases dramatically in…
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New ‘Managing Myopia’ course launches in June

Sydney, Australia, 5 June 2016: Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy will launch its ‘Managing Myopia’ course for eye care practitioners on 20…
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First Asia Pacific optometric practice forum produces great outcomes for China

Guangzhou, China , 25 May 2017: The first Asia-Pacific Optometric Practice Forum 2017 was held this month in China. Brien Holden Vision…
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Brien Holden Vision institute - Platinum Sponsor of Rotary Golf Day

Sydney, Australia, 19 May 2017: The 2017 golf day was a great success with 74 golfers participating and over $17K raised for…
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Saudi ophthalmology award to Kovin Naidoo for work in childhood blindness and cataract

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1 May 2017: Professor Kovin Naidoo has received the distinguished Prevention of Blindness (POB) Shield Lecture award at the…
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Government funded initiative to increase eye health access for Indigenous Australians

Sydney, Australia, 26 April, 2017: Government to fund a national program providing eye health testing equipment, and also training and support for…
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Partnership to increase optometry education in Middle East and Northern Africa regions

Islamabad, Pakistan, 20 April, 2017: Today we are pleased to announce a new long term partnership between Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy…
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Thirty five locally trained optometrists increase quality of life for millions of Malawians

Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa, 29 March 2017: Optometry as a profession is very young in Malawi, emerging slowly over the last five years.…
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SEED and Brien Holden Vision Institute collaborate on new contact lens technology

Sydney, Australia, 24 March 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute will be collaborating on research and development of new contact lens technologies with…
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