Did you know?… 1927 – World Council of Optometry is formed 1928 – The routine examination concept was introduced 1928 – New York initiates end of apprenticeship licensure
This is the second and final mailer to mark Africa Day, showcasing the work and impact of IAPB members in the region. The theme for Africa Day 2017 is “Harnessing the Demographic Dividend Through Investments in Youth” (as Dr André mentions in his blog post below), and the posts today explore themes such as developing
Be sure to check out the latest news from the India Vision Institute (IVI). IVI News Letter – April 2017
Exhibitor space is still available at the 2nd World Congress of Optometry. To learn more and reserve your space, check out the 2nd World Congress of Optometry Exhibitor Brochure now. Exhibition Brochure
Are you or an organization you know interested in sponsorship opportunities at the 2nd World Congress of Optometry in Hyderabad, India? View 2nd World Congress of Optometry Sponsorship Opportunities here. WCO 2017 Sponsorship Brochure
The IAPB Vision Atlas brings together the latest data and evidence related to avoidable blindness and sight loss; tells the story behind the numbers; presents solutions, and good practice and highlights the opportunities to eliminate some blinding conditions. Check it out today!
WCO Members: Thank you for your continued membership and support of the World Council of Optometry. The WCO is currently calling for nominations for the following awards: Distinguished Service Award, International Optometrist Award and The Paul Berman Young Leader Award. Nominations are due by June 30. To learn more and nominate someone for these awards, please
25 May 2017 is Africa Day – as Helen White notes in one of our blog posts below, this day “marks the celebration of a unified and liberated continent”. Africa today offers much to celebrate. IAPB members are deeply involved in in bringing eye care interventions to Africa through training, capacity-building, surgical interventions, drug administration, advocacy and