Comm Eye Health Vol. 17 No. 52 2004. Published online 01 December, 2004
What’s new in trachoma control?
This debilitating disease remains the world’s leading cause of infectious blindness. The good news is that its elimination is now closer in sight due to recent health advances and developments to control the problem.
Articles in this issue –
- What’s new in trachoma control?
- What’s new in trichiasis surgery?
- What’s new in azithromycin?
- Health promotion for trachoma control
- Lessons from the Moroccan National Trachoma Control Programme
- The evidence base for trachoma interventions
- Simcoe cannula construction can endanger surgical outcome
- 2003/04 ICEH Community Eye Health MSc Dissertation Summaries
- WHO simplified trachoma grading system
News and notices –
- Submissions to Exchange
- Reader survey prize draw
- Note from the Editor
- Useful resources (Trachoma)
- Highlights from the 7th General Assembly, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, Dubai 2004
- Royal College of Ophthalmologists EXAMINATION CALENDAR 2004/5 (UK and Overseas)
- LSHTM Courses: MSc Community Eye Health