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Education

  • 07 Aug, 2020

“Insightful” Webinar Series Launched by QEI

Those who follow the Queensland Eye Institute (QEI) on social media may have noticed that we have recently launched a Q&A style webinar series on ...

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  • 01 Jul, 2020

Australian Macular Disease Research Review Launched by Assoc Prof Anthony Kwan

We would like to congratulate QEI Clinic’s Associate Professor Anthony Kwan on launching the very first issue of the Australian Macular Disease Rese...

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  • 09 Nov, 2018

Protect your eyes from UV rays – expert tips by Dr Brendan Cronin

Did you know that 60% of Aussies say that going blind is worse than having a heart attack or losing a limb? Yet 62% of us are still putting our sight ...

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  • 23 Aug, 2018

Professor Ravi Thomas’ teaching tour in India

Education plays a vital part in our purpose of saving sight, and QEI brings together professionals with a common goal to gain new knowledge in vision ...

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  • 18 Nov, 2016

More than a cool accessory, sunnies can save your sight

Proper sunglasses are key to protecting your eyes from sun-related damage, and they should be worn anytime you are outdoors including when you are at ...

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COVID-19 UPDATE

For the health and safety of our patients, staff and visitors, we ask you do not enter the QEI South Brisbane or QEI Clayfield facilities if you:

  • Have been in contact with a known case of COVID-19 
  • Have recently travelled overseas or interstate and have NOT undergone a two week quarantine 
  • Are awaiting COVID-19 test results
  • Have cold or fever symptoms (sore throat, coughing, sneezing etc)
  • Recently visited a COVID-19 hot spot (as identified on the Queensland Government website)

Please note that all visitors at this time will undergo contactless temperature checking. Our staff will also require the full names and contact details of all visitors to the building. 

Thank you for your cooperation at this time, please don't hesitate to contact us on 07 3239 5000 if you have any concerns.