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San Antonio, U.S., 7 November 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has announced the new online ‘Global Myopia Centre’, bringing its expertise and resources in myopia research, practitioner training and global advocacy...

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Sydney, Australia, 9 October 2018: A shortcoming of current contact lenses designed to slow the progression of myopia is that they can result in compromised visual performance.

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Sydney, Australia, 5 October 2018: Professor Brian Layland, OAM OLM Fellow UNSW (HON. Causa) has resigned as Chair and Director of the Brien Holden Vision Institute Board.

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Shenzhen, China, 17 September 2018: Chinese President Xi Jinping has weighed in on the issue myopia as practitioners and researchers met at a major conference in Shenzhen, China

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Sydney, Australia, 3 September 2018: The Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy will launch a new myopia management course, ‘Complex Cases’, in November 2018. It will follow the original ‘Managing Myopia’ course, which, due to popular demand, will run again in October 2018.

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Sydney, Australia, 16 August 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has launched its ‘Guidelines for Myopia Management’, an easy-to-use, practical tool developed to assist the busy eye care professional manage patients with myopia.

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Sydney, Australia, 19 July 2018: Today we proudly announce Nicole Xiao Liu, a PhD candidate studying at Brien Holden Vision Institute, is the successful recipient of the Dr David Wilson Memorial Scholarship.

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Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2018: Up to 80-90% of school leavers in East Asia are myopic, creating a booming demand for services and treatment across the region.

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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.

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Sydney, Australia, 28 June 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute and the World Council of Optometry are pleased to announce a partnership to promote “Myopia Awareness Week” globally in 2019.

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