Projects

Sight For All’s NSW Eye Health Educator Quoted by Western Sydney Diabetes

Western Sydney Diabetes (WSD) was established in response to the growing threat diabetes poses to our community’s health and wellbeing. Western Sydney is a diabetes hotspot with disease rates higher than the New South Wales (NSW) average. If this ‘hotspot’ is not addressed, within a decade it will cause an unsustainable economic and societal burden on […]

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Itay Sin’s Fight For Sight

Endogenous endophthalmitis is an infection of the eye, caused by a bacteria or fungus. In many instances, by the time it is diagnosed and treated the condition has escalated to emergency status with severe sight-threatening complications. Endogenous endophthalmitis can affect people of all ages and is associated with a number of underlying factors. The infection

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Launching a new neuro-ophthalmology Fellowship in Mongolia

Neuro-ophthalmology is the sub-specialty of ophthalmology and neurology that studies disturbances of vision and eye movements that have a neurological basis. Road trauma from motorbikes is the most common cause of optic neuropathy issues, particularly in countries where wearing of helmets is not enforced. The objective of Sight For All’s neuro-ophthalmology initiative is to train

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Furthering education of our Cambodian Colleagues

Sight For All’s In-Country Ophthalmology Fellowship Projects incorporate an opportunity to undertake an observership in Australia. Observerships provide an opportunity for Fellows to experience working in Australian ophthalmic clinics and operating theatres, spending time with Visionaries who have mentored them throughout the Fellowship. In November 2022, Paediatric Ophthalmologist, Dr Soleaphy had this opportunity, undertaking a

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Q&A with Chair Prof. Casson

In November 2022, Prof Casson (Bob) was appointed Chair of Sight For All. He has been involved with Sight For All from the beginning, founding the organisation alongside Dr Muecke and A/Prof Henry Newland in 2009. Over the years, Prof Casson has held a number of roles with Sight For All including Chief Scientific Officer,

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Dr Dalin’s continued growth

In 2019, Dr Dalin completed her Corneal Fellowship with Sight For All. This gifted powerhouse has been furthering her experience by undertaking a Cornea-External Disease and Refractive Surgery Fellowship at The Stein Eye Institute, UCLA. Over the past few months she has been evaluating and managing patients with the attending physicians, fellows, and residents, observing

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