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New Seminar!: “Eye Care in Africa: Public Health collaborating and competing with Clinical Care to end avoidable blindnesss” 9 March 12.45pm – 2pm, John Snow B, K/LSHTM

Part of the ICED Seminar Series:
ICED and the International Centre for Eye Health (ICEH) jointly present:

Eye Care in Africa: Public Health collaborating and competing with Clinical Care to end avoidable blindness
Ciku Mathenge MD, PhD
2003 Alumna – MSc Public Health for Eye Care & 2010 PhD @ LSHTM

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ICEH Short Course on International Eye Health: 3-7 July, 2017 at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

International Eye Health

Course Organisers: Professor Allen Foster & Dr Andrew Bastawrous
Dates: 3 – 7 July, 2017
This five-day course is aimed to familiarise participants with the Principles of Planning and Universal Eye Care to address Visual Impairment; the strategies to control the main causes of visual loss; and…

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ICEH LIVE WEBINAR Series!: Open Education – does it work? 22 February, 13.00-13.45 UTC

[LIVE WEBINAR]

ICEH Open Education webinar series

Open Education – does it work?
February 22nd – 13.00-13.45 UTC (convert to your timezone)
Open Education aims to reduce the barriers to education and making it more accessible by lowering cost and delivery at distance. Our technological age has provided new…

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Launch of ICEH’s LIVE WEBINAR Series!: What is Open Education? Why is ICEH using Open Education as part of our education strategy?

[LIVE WEBINAR]

 
WHAT IS OPEN EDUCATION?
Why is ICEH using Open Education as part of our education strategy?
January 31st, 2017 – 13.00-13.45 UTC (convert to your timezone)
Historically, ‘open education’ has involved reducing the barriers to education and making it more accessible by lowering cost and…

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ICEH Alumni at Public engagement and advocacy for diabetic retinopathy on World Diabetics Day!

The World Diabetes Day is marked globally on 14th November each year. In 2016 the theme was ‘Eyes on Diabetes’ and the focus was on creating awareness on Diabetic Retinopathy, a potentially blinding eye condition. The burden of both diabetes and diabetic retinopathy is increasing all over the world, but…

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