Community Eye Health Journal

Community Eye Health Journal

Improving eye health through the delivery of practical high-quality information for the eye care team
  1. Conjunctival pyogenic granuloma following insect bite
    A woman in her thirties came to our primary eye care centre (vision centre) complaining of foreign body sensation and discharge in her right eye for which she had been experiencing for three weeks. She had been bitten in the eye by an ant and an insect particle had been removed from the eye one […]
  2. PlenOptika
  3. Appasamy Associates
  4. Aurolab – An IAPB valued supplier
  5. The IAPB valued supplier scheme
  6. New issue: Communication technology for eye care
    Current issue
  7. Artificial intelligence in eye care: a cautious welcome
    Artificial intelligence is being positioned as a technology that can transform health care. However, there are pitfalls.
  8. Communication technology for eye care
    Communication technology has great potential to improve access to eye health care, provided equity of access is a priority.
  9. Technology in education
    During the pandemic, many eye care educators have turned to technology to deliver eye care education.
  10. Harnessing photography and image recognition technology to aid in the elimination of trachoma
    Technology can help to overcome human resource challenges in active trachoma grading and case finding for trachomatous trichiasis.

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