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New York, U.S., 22 February 2018: The State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry has announced that Professor Kovin Naidoo will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters

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Gauteng, South Africa, 8  February, 2018: Today marks the celebration of increased eye health services in Gauteng, already providing eye care for nearly half a million people in the last four years.

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Sydney, Australia, 30 January 2018: The Global Board of Optometry Giving Sight announced today that it will merge its operations into the Brien Holden Vision Institute Foundation.

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A new interactive, online, myopia management course is available to optometrists in USA and Canada and begins on March 21, 2018.

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Sydney, Australia, 13 October 2017: The Eye-Inspire series brings the inspiration and scientific stimuli that has propelled forward some of the brightest minds in eye health. Professor Kovin Naidoo is one of those minds, hear his interview...

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Sydney, Australia, 12 October 2017: The ‘make vision count’ theme on World Sight Day today urges everyone to preserve and protect their vision by taking action...

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Walgett, NSW, Australia, 5 September 2017: Today we offer tribute to our one and only Phyllis Dennis (right), a proud Gamilaraay woman, who was a dedicated nurse and Aboriginal Health Worker in New South Wales (NSW) for a large part of her life. . Sadly Phyllis passed away in a traffic accident on Friday 25th August...

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Sydney, Australia, 21 August 2017: A new evidence-based myopia ‘calculator’ developed by the Brien Holden Vision Institute will help support clinicians in communicating and educating patients in managing myopia appropriately.

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Sydney, Australia, 3 August 2017: A new study published in The Lancet journal has estimated that more than 1 billion people are vision impaired because they do not have access to a pair of reading glasses.

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Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 2 August, 2017: A great outcome has been achieved for the future of eye health of Papua New Guinea. Executed collaboratively, the first national research survey on eye health was recently completed...

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