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Developing the building block of optometry

 Sydney, Australia, 23 March 2019: Today as we celebrate World Optometry Day, we encourage you to pause to reflect on the fact…
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Foundation receives biggest donation in their history

Sydney, Australia, 19 March 2019: Brien Holden Vision Institute Foundation today announced that it has received a donation of $225,000 – the…
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Gender equity in global eye care

 Sydney, Australia, 8 March 2019: Gender equity is not solely a women’s issue as it concerns and needs engagement from men as…
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International Myopia Institute releases comprehensive myopia reports

Sydney, Australia, 1 March 2019: More than 85 global experts have contributed to eight reports covering all aspects of myopia, just published…
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The unexpected frontline detectors of poor vision

Barcelona, Spain, 28 February 2019: “Eye health services are far too often a neglected part of child health interventions at the expense…
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Sandra Bailey elected new chairperson for the Brien Holden Vision Institute Foundation

Sydney Australia, 26 February 2019: Sandra Bailey LLB CM GAICD has been elected by the Board of the Brien Holden Vision Institute…
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Human lens – first of its kind study supports bi-phasic growth model

Sydney, Australia, 30 January 2019: The most comprehensive study ever undertaken on the weight of the human eye lens has confirmed there…
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Outstanding service to eye health recognised in Australia Day honours

Sydney, Australia, 26 January 2019: Prof Bob Augusteyn and Dr Timothy McKinnon were announced as a Members of the Order of Australia…
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Vale Dr Uduak Udom

Calabar, Nigeria, 18 January 2019: We are saddened to learn of the news that Dr Uduak Udom, Immediate Past President of the…
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Uganda Celebrates First Graduation of Optometrists

Kampala, Uganda, 16 January 2019: Today marks the momentous occasion of the pioneer optometrists graduating at Makerere University in Kampala after completing…
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