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OA Live Journal Club Review - Prevalence of keratoconus based on Scheimpflug imaging

Date:
29 September 2020
Time:
8.00pm AEST

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OA Online Weekend

Date:
14 November 2020 - 15 November 2020

The event will be live online on the 14-15 November 2020 and available on-demand until 31 January 2021. Registrations are now open.

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NEW DATE: OA VIC Branch July Scientific Meeting

Date:
27 March 2021
Time:
9.00 am - 6.00 pm

SAVE THE DATE - Saturday 27 March 2021

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NEW DATE: OA NSW Branch Continuing Education Weekend

Date:
17 April 2021 - 18 April 2021
Time:
Sat - 9.00am, Sun - 9.00am - Sat - 5.00pm, Sun - 2.30pm

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77th Orthoptics Australia Annual Conference

Date:
20 November 2021 - 22 November 2021

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Nominations for OA Board of Directors now open - closes Thursday 1 October at 5pm AEST

15 September 2020

In line with OA's Constitution, nominations for the Board of Directors are now open

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

28 August 2020

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Orthoptics Awareness Week (OAW) 2020

20 May 2020

The count down is on now until Orthoptics Awareness Week (OAW) 2020!

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Emmie Russell Prize - 2019 Recipient

11 November 2019

The Emmie Russell Memorial Prize was initiated by Emmie Russell, one of Australia’s first and most highly regarded orthoptists. In order to encourage excellence in research among younger orthoptists, Emmie Russell initiated the prize in 1975. The award is presented to a graduate from one of the recognised Australian training schools for the best presentation at the OA Annual Scientific Conference. The presentation is judged on its value to the profession, scientific content and integrity, clarity and presentation.

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Paediatric Orthoptic Award - 2019 Recipient

11 November 2019

The Paediatric Orthoptic Award was established to commemorate the work and commitment to paediatric orthoptics of three orthoptists from Western Australia: Bev Balfour; Megan Lewis; and Alison Terrill. It is awarded to the best paediatric paper presented at the OA Annual Scientific Conference.

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Acknowledgement

Orthoptics Australia acknowledges the diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia as the traditional owners of the lands upon which we and our members operate. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and future, and value their continued custodianship of the lands, waters and seas