Comm Eye Health Vol. 11 No. 27 1998. Published online 01 September, 1998
How can blind children be helped?
This issue concentrates on what can be done to help the child with significant visual loss, rather than what can be done to prevent blindness in children.
Articles in this issue –
- How can blind children be helped?
- Children in blind schools: what conditions should be treated?
- Examination of a child with visual loss
- Optical services for visually impaired children
- The role of integrated education for blind children
- People and eyes: statistics in ophthalmology
- Global initiative the economic case
- Community Eye Health country index issues 1 – 24
News and notices –
- Benefits and costs of preventing, treating and controlling blindness: a preliminary review and annotated bibliography
- Community eye health courses 1998/9
- The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Diploma in Opthalmology examination
- Book review. Practical paediatric ophthalmology
- High quality low cost intraocular lenses (IOLs)
- Journal of Community Eye Health 10th anniversary 1988-1998
- Book review. Ocular infection: investigation and treatment in practice.
- Indian Supplement to the Journal
- Werkgroep Tropische Oogheelkunde