Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1 May 2017: Professor Kovin Naidoo has received the distinguished Prevention of Blindness (POB) Shield Lecture award at the recent Saudi Ophthalmology 2017 conference for his continuing work in preventative ophthalmology...
Sydney, Australia, 26 April, 2017: Government to fund a national program providing eye health testing equipment, and also training and support for the Indigenous health services using the equipment, in more than 100 sites across Australia.
Islamabad, Pakistan, 20 April, 2017: Today we are pleased to announce a new long term partnership between Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy and Eyezone Institute of Opticianry in Kuwait.
Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa, 29 March 2017: Optometry as a profession is very young in Malawi, emerging slowly over the last five years. Today spirits are high in Mzuzu as ten new optometrists graduate.
Sydney, Australia, 23 March 2017: You may have seen the stories in the news – the prevalence of myopia is growing across the world. A predicted 50% of the global population will have myopia by 2050...
Sydney, Australia, 13 March 2017: Professor Brien Holden has been remembered for his contributions to Aboriginal eye health at a special ceremony at the Aboriginal Health College in Sydney.
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 8 March 2017: This year as we lean in and support the global celebrations of International Women’s Day, we are excited to announce the launch of our new Gender Equity in Eye Health course.
Sydney, Australia, 2 February 2017: Simulated learning or ‘serious games’, well known for training pilots in commercial aviation and the military, are now being used in a diverse range of fields to enhance learning.
Ghana, Africa, 25 January 2017: “We are delighted to be working with the Brien Holden Vision Institute – one of the world’s leading eye care organisations.
Kampala, Uganda, 15 December 2016: Recent celebrations mark the successful completion of an extensive child eye health program in Uganda...