Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-SA-178] How Research Can Demonstrate the Effectiveness and Impact of NGO Vision Programs
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Day
Apr 05 (Sat)
Time
15:30 - 17:00
Room
Room 10 - Tokyo International Forum 6F G610
Topic
World Forum for Sight
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Scott Rozelle、Chair)Robert Walters
Description
This session will provide various examples of how research can guide NGO programming in eye health. Examples of both clinical and economic reserach will be provided.

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-SA-178-1 / 

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Advancing Access to Eye Health Through Research and Advocacy

Kovin Naidoo

Advancing Access to Eye Health Through Research and Advocacy

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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Eliminating Trachoma: The Role of an NGO

Robert Lindfield

Eliminating Trachoma: The Role of an NGO

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

Cancelled / 

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Evaluating the Impact of NGO Programs in Eye Health from an Economic Perspective

Evaluating the Impact of NGO Programs in Eye Health from an Economic Perspective

Duration 10min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Eye Care Policy and Programs – An NGO Perspective

Gerard Finnigan

Measuring the Effectiveness of Eye Care Policy and Programs – An NGO Perspective

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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PRECOG: Creating Tools to Measure the Impact of NGO Eye Health Programs in the Real World

Nathan Congdon

PRECOG: Creating Tools to Measure the Impact of NGO Eye Health Programs in the Real World

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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The Educational Impact of Improving Children's Vision in Rural China

Scott Rozelle

The Educational Impact of Improving Children's Vision in Rural China

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-SA-178-7 / 

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Using Research Findings to Guide the Development of Primary Eye Care Interventions in West Africa: Experiences of Sightsavers' Supported Programmes

Elena Schmidt

Using Research Findings to Guide the Development of Primary Eye Care Interventions in West Africa: Experiences of Sightsavers' Supported Programmes

Duration 10min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = 0min

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Visual Outcomes of Cataract Surgery Performed by Supervised Novice Surgeons in Rural China

Mingguang He

Visual Outcomes of Cataract Surgery Performed by Supervised Novice Surgeons in Rural China

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