The annual WAEH-meeting has taken place in Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallin and Tartu.
Overall theme WAEH 2009: ‘eye care network development’
Eye care network development:
Cooperation in primary health care
Franchise Network Development country wide
The boundary of our eye product – service
Out of the Box:
Returning topics from WAEH 2008:
Admittance criteria: have to be set-defined during WAEH 2009
Research network: who does what kind of research? Overview of international scientific activities
International exchange of personnel
Future of eye hospitals
Marketing & communications: how can we cooperate in the WAEH?
Would you like to know more about the outcomes of this meeting?
Maaike van Zuilen
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