Sydney, Australia, 11 July 2018: A five-fold increase in vision impairment due to myopic macular degeneration (MMD) is a likely consequence of the growing prevalence of myopia globally, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
People in Bangladesh have one of the poorest levels of access to spectacles in the world according to a recent study.
Health promotion in schools is an effective way to transfer knowledge to children and could potentially improve eye care outcomes, according to a recent study in Vietnam.
Mzuzu, Malawi, 6 April 2018: A follow up of Malawi's first optometry graduates has yielded important insights about the newly established optometry degree program at Mzuzu University.
Governments could add billions of dollars to their economies annually by funding the provision of an eye examination and a pair of glasses
Sydney, Australia, 13 March 2017: Professor Brien Holden has been remembered for his contributions to Aboriginal eye health at a special ceremony at the Aboriginal Health College in Sydney.
Sydney, Australia, 2 February 2017: Simulated learning or ‘serious games’, well known for training pilots in commercial aviation and the military, are now being used in a diverse range of fields to enhance learning.
Ghana, Africa, 25 January 2017: “We are delighted to be working with the Brien Holden Vision Institute – one of the world’s leading eye care organisations.
Shanghai, China, 30 November 2016: A survey of almost 1 million children in Shanghai is one the latest initiatives in China to meet a major public health challenge
Sydney, Australia, 17 November 2016: Member of Federal Parliament, Matt Thistlethwaite, has taken the World Diabetes Day message ‘Eyes on diabetes’ seriously...