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Take the pledge to love your eyes this World Sight Day by having an eye test when you can, not ignoring changes in your vision and maintaining your ongoing treatment for existing eye conditions.

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Vision Initiative

Hi Everyone,

A reminder that today we are running an eye health webinar for health professionals in the eastern metro/regional area of Victoria.

here is the registration page, which will allow you access to the zoom link: www.eventbrite.co.uk/.../eye-health-webinar-east...

See you there!
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Hi Everyone, 

A reminder that today we are running an eye health webinar for health professionals in the eastern metro/regional area of Victoria. 

here is the registration page, which will allow you access to the zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/.../eye-health-webinar-east...

See you there!
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Eye Health Webinar - East Regional Victoria

Eye Health Webinar - East Regional Victoria

October 27, 2021, 4:00pm - October 27, 2021, 5:30pm

By doing this training, staff will gain the skills of identifying eye problems and knowing when to refer the people they support to see a GP or optometrist.

The reason to participate in the training is because 90% of vision loss can be prevented or treated with early detection, and the Vision Initiative wants to give health services the opportunity to optimise people’s eye health, which otherwise, would result in vision loss and secondary health impacts.
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Eye Health Webinar - North Metro Melbourne

Eye Health Webinar - North Metro Melbourne

November 8, 2021, 1:00pm - November 8, 2021, 2:30pm

By doing this training, staff will gain the skills of identifying eye problems and knowing when to refer the people they support to see a GP or optometrist.

The reason to participate in the training is because 90% of vision loss can be prevented or treated with early detection, and the Vision Initiative wants to give health services the opportunity to optimise people’s eye health, which otherwise, would result in vision loss and secondary health impacts.
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Eye Health Webinar - North Regional Melbourne

Eye Health Webinar - North Regional Melbourne

November 11, 2021, 4:00pm - November 11, 2021, 5:30pm

By doing this training, staff will gain the skills of identifying eye problems and knowing when to refer the people they support to see a GP or optometrist.

The reason to participate in the training is because 90% of vision loss can be prevented or treated with early detection, and the Vision Initiative wants to give health services the opportunity to optimise people’s eye health, which otherwise, would result in vision loss and secondary health impacts.
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Eye Health Webinar - West Metro Melbourne

Eye Health Webinar - West Metro Melbourne

November 15, 2021, 12:00pm - November 15, 2021, 1:30pm

By doing this training, staff will gain the skills of identifying eye problems and knowing when to refer the people they support to see a GP or optometrist.

The reason to participate in the training is because 90% of vision loss can be prevented or treated with early detection, and the Vision Initiative wants to give health services the opportunity to optimise people’s eye health, which otherwise, would result in vision loss and secondary health impacts.
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Eye Health Webinar - West Regional Melbourne

Eye Health Webinar - West Regional Melbourne

November 17, 2021, 4:00pm - November 17, 2021, 5:30pm

By doing this training, staff will gain the skills of identifying eye problems and knowing when to refer the people they support to see a GP or optometrist.

The reason to participate in the training is because 90% of vision loss can be prevented or treated with early detection, and the Vision Initiative wants to give health services the opportunity to optimise people’s eye health, which otherwise, would result in vision loss and secondary health impacts.
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