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WAEH Projects

2024-05-06 15:30:24

​​WAEH is pleased to announce its sponsored projects aimed at improving eye care around the world. These are the following projects:

1. Assessing Evidence-based Management Practices and variations within WAEH member hospitals. This project was submitted by The Maastricht University Clinic for Ophthalmology and Aravind Eye Care System.

2. Evaluating the Provision of Ophthalmic Nurse Education among WAEH member countries. This project was submitted by Moorfields Eye Hospital.

3. Volunteer to Career. This project was submitted by Moorfields Eye Hospital + Community of Practice Human Resources.

These are all international projects in which we would also like to involve our other members. Would you like to participate in any of these projects? Let us know!

Interested in getting involved in these exciting projects? Send an email to Maaike van Zuilen: Maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

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