& Integrated Eye Care:
This program gives ophthalmic experts the
learning and abilities required to reduce blindness and
visual disability in their populations by developing an evidence-based public
health approach for the control and management of blinding eye ilnesses. It
empowers students to contribute effectively at a local, national and
international level in research, training and benefit conveyance.
This will empower students to build-up a public
health oriented approach to eye care services and the control of visual deficiency with regards to the
targets objectives of Vision 2017: The Right to Sight.
- Delays to follow-up eye appointments
- Optician practices and local hospital eye services
- Networked ophthalmology care
- Reducing vision-related falls
- Using patient experience to improve eye care services
- Sight loss and mental health