• National Close the Gap Day 2015

    RANZCO supported yet another important National Close the Gap Day on Thursday 19 March 2015.

  • RANZCO News Autumn 2015

    The RANZCO News Autumn 2015 edition is out now!

    In this edition: Governance in the spotlight, RANZCO Clinical Audit Tool (RCAT) to make waves, Australia Day Honours, Medical tourism not a quick fix.

     

  • RANZCO Selection Registration 2015 Now Open!

    Registration closes on 30 April 2015 at 5pm (AEST) and no extensions will be available. Applications are encouraged to submit their registration form as soon as possible.

  • RCAT is Now Available!

    The RANZO Clinical Audit Tool (RCAT) is now available for registration! Read about the launch on 12 February 2015 and find out how to register to use this ground-breaking tool.

  • RANZCO Graduates

    RANZCO Graduates

    RANZCO's mission is to drive improvements in eye healthcare in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region through continuing exceptional training, education, research and advocacy.

RANZCO’s 47th Annual Scientific Congress

RANZCO is proud to host this year's Annual Scientific Congress in Wellington, New Zealand, from 31 October to 4 November 2015. With a stellar lineup of international speakers, delegates can look forward to a wealth of networking and learning opportunities. Please visit our Congress site which is updated regularly to help you plan your trip.

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An ophthalmologist diagnoses eye disorders, and manages them with medical and surgical treatment and regular monitoring.

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  • Ophthalmology Research part of the $120 million for tomorrow’s medical breakthrough

    RANZCO commends yesterday's government announcement of $123.5 million in grants to ensure Australia remains at the forefront of medical health and research and a world leader in preventing, treating a...
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  • GUIDELINES DEVELOPED TO PROTECT EYE BANKS

    Thousands of people are needlessly blind because they live in a country where they have no access to donated corneal tissue. Every day, surgeons in these communities face the challenge of securing the...
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  • CORNEAL EYE PROCEDURE NOT DANGEROUS SAYS PEAK BODY

    Despite a recent media story, an eye procedure known as keratoconus cross-linking is vital and necessary to halt the advance of the eye disease keratoconus, advises the peak body for eye care, the Roy...
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