Dr Kristen Wells (Ophthalmologist) will update us on “The Red Eye – Emergency presentation, Triage, Diagnosis & Management.” With over 20 years experience in an Ophthalmic Emergency Department her knowledge and expertise will be informative, current & interesting.
This Saturday, 25/11/2023 at The Manningham Private Hopsital. Doors open at 08:30. We have a great program lined up for you. Check out our program Suite 304, Level 3, 200 High St, Templestowe LowerFree parking on site Arrival coffee/tea, Morning Tea & lunch included
The final in person event for AONA in 2023 is being held on Saturday 25th November at Manningham Private HospitalSuite 304, Level 3, 200 High St, Templestowe LowerFree parking on site Attendance is free for members (and MPH staff) & $50 for non-members. See flyer for details, program coming soon
AONA Newcastle Clinical meeting is fast approaching. The proposed program is now available here
The Royal Hobart Hospital, 42 Argyle Street, Hobart is the place to be this Saturday for the Ophthalmic Nurses in person clinical meeting. Doors open from 08:30. An opportunity for education, networking and socialising with fellow nurses working in the ophthalmic arena. Program (proposed) Level 10 Meeting Room, Wellington Clinics, 42 Argyle Street, Hobart
The next Tele-Zoom event is now open for registrations. It is back to Saturday morning for this session on the 28th October at 09:30 EDST (SA – 09:00, QLD – 08:30, NT – 08:00). To register go to the website , log in to your account then register via the events page.
We’re back in Newcastle with an in person education session presenting a broad range of topics including Retinal gene therapy, Fred Hollows Foundation, Refractive Therapy & more. Registrations are now live on the website. Check out the flyer for details
The Cataract clinical on 23/09/2023 was well supported and beneficial to members who attended. The day commenced with a review of ophthalmic A & P, cataract physiology, then an opportunity to test their dissection skills. A huge thank you to Johnson & Johnson for their support in sponsoring, providing the facilities and educators for the event.
AONA AGM will be held tomorrow – Tuesday 26/09/2023 Want to make AONA more relevant, better targeted to members? Join us Tuesday evening at 7pm. All members will have received a reminder with Annual Report, Agenda, committee Nomination & Proxy forms attached. These are also available on the previous blog. If you can’t make the meeting you can still participate …
Annual Report Agenda Nomination form Proxy form
The annual Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 26th September from 7pm. The Annual Report will be tabled, Election of office bearers for 2023-2024, changes to the constitution all requiring a membership vote. NO REGISTRATION is required to participate. Access codes have been emailed to members and will be sent again on 25/09/2023
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Saturday 4th of November 2023 Tasmania clinical meeting (in person) in Hobart. All registered nurse are welcome. Attendance is free for members – but you must still register (for catering and number restrictions) and $60 for non-members A broad program of interesting speakers has been organised. Only 20 – 25 places available. Registration options for non-members – join AONA then …
AONA & Johnson and Johnson Vision presentCataract Surgery – the basics. A great clinical for nurses relatively new to Ophthalmic Surgery Includes:Cataract Surgery OverviewIOL’sLens loadingPhaco set up and wetlab with artificial eyes Flyer Registration is now open. Numbers are limited to 25 on a first come basis.
AONA has plans for more Zoom meetings later in the year. Plus face to face meetings for Newcastle, Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria. Keep an eye on the website for details
The first conference in Melbourne since 2019 was deemed a huge success with international, interstate and local speakers, Ophthalmic Nurse representatives from all Australian states and over 80 local and interstate delegates. Presentations ranged from advancing ophthalmic nursing scope of practice and developments in medical and nursing practices to use of digital technologies and the move to sustainable health care …
AONA conference is now only 2 days away. Come ready for education, discussion & participation;
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This is the final week to register for the AONA.AU conference. Registrations will close on Saturday 10th June at 23:30. Click here to register
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Our first evening Tele on-line Zoom education session will be held on Tuesday 23rd of May @ 19:00-19:45 Registrations are now open – this is a members only event so you must log in to your account to register. Dr Nellie Koh Uveitis Fellow at Sydney Eye Hospital will be presenting “Infectious Uveitis Cases” We hope you can join us …
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19th May 2023 08:30 – 16:30 Flyer information & bookings
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