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Let's have the conversations the Australian health industry needs to be having. Tweets - Amanda Griffiths (optometrist & @CDAA_inc subscription member).
Thanks so much for the retweet. We're working on an article giving a breakdown profession by profession. :-)
RACGP president hits back at claims that future doctors may not prepared to provide physical activity counselling:…
Artificial intelligence vs ophthalmologist gra. ding of diabetic retinopathy.
Couldn't find your email address, so thought I'd tweet instead in case you are interested!!
Thanks so much for raising this. I've got the article writing crew working on it. Will keep you posted.....
My gut feel is that this is true. I know that in optometry there was over 50% female for the first time a couple of years back.
I quietly bawled my eyes out when I saw it!!
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