Each year 2 to 3 projects can be lead by WAEH member eye hospitals to help shape and improve ophthalmic care on a global scale. Each project can be budgeted with a budget of 7.500 euro. This is paid from the fees of the WAEH membership. Via this newsletter we would like to invite you again to share your project ideas.
Examples of WAEH projects
Developing an information package for patients about enucleation – Almost ready to be shared!!
Development of an international procedure of applying eye drops
Improving Efficiency within Intravitreal Injecting Clinics
Newsletter Wilmer Eye Institute – Full member of the WAEH
Dear friends and colleagues, September is always a busy time, with students returning to classes, the days growing shorter and ophthalmology meetings taking place with increasing frequency. In this issue, we look at some of the places our faculty members have been recently and some of the exciting research and knowledge they’ve been sharing. Don’t […]
Global eye hospital specialists converge on Melbourne
The 17th World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH) annual meeting 11 and 12 October The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Eye and Ear) is gearing up to host a gathering of eye hospital professionals from around the globe as part of the WAEH annual meeting. Founded in 2007 by eight leading eye hospitals and departments, […]
Certificate Course on Community Outreach and Social Marketing of Eye Care
November 16 – December 4, 2023 – In-person course at LAICO, Madurai, India Course will help your outreach staff to learn how to conduct an effective outreach programme. Participants will learn to establish processes and systems for effective planning, execution and monitoring of an outreach programme This in-person course combines didactic sessions, field visits, community […]
The Lions Eye Donation Service (LEDS) is a world leading non-profit eye bank responsible for stewarding the end-of-life eye donations, of Victorian donors, toward transplantation, research and training. We offer a comprehensive donation medical service, from referral and consent, to donation, medical suitability determination, surgical retrieval, evaluation, preservation and allocation of human ocular tissue. Since inception, […]
Meet Dr. Tom Edwards! He is a Melbourne-based vitreoretinal surgeon who also leads a research team investigating retinal gene therapy at the University of Melbourne affiliated Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) based at the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital. Dr. Edwards is working on a number of research projects, including an ongoing world […]