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Global Leaders Gather for Eye Hospital Forum

2024-02-27 08:52:42

Experts from 37 eye hospitals around the globe shared knowledge and expertise about eye care advances, research, and safety at the World Association of Eye Hospitals’ (WAEH) 17th annual meeting in Australia.

Innovation in eye hospitals, quality in eye care, workforce issues, sustainability, philanthropy, and the important topic of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) were also discussed.

The meeting was hosted by The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Sydney Eye Hospital and Chatswood Private Hospital in Sydney.

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Source: Mivision

Date: 4 December 2023

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