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SAVE THE DATE: From the 5th of June till the 8th of June 2019 the 13th Annual Meeting of the WAEH will behosted by the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, UK. On June 10 and 11, we will organize special visits toother eye hospitals!
The themes of the 13th Annual Meeting of the WAEH are:

  • Eye Care & Digital Revolution
  • The Patient Voice
  • Different models of Eye Care
  • How to improve safety and quality in eye hospitals worldwide?
  • Education & Training

On Wednesday morning June 5 a special meeting about “Philanthropy & Fundraising: what can we
learn from other industries and from each other?” will be organized. 

Want to share your knowledge with the WAEH community?DEADLINE: 15 February 2019
Check out our event website: LONDON 2019

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