Resolving health inequalities for homeless and vulnerable people Turning strategy into action
The occurrence of both short-term and long-term illness is higher amongst the homeless population compared to the general population and there is increasing evidence to suggest that there are serious discrepancies concerning healthcare.
This article will discuss the barriers faced by homeless people when trying to access eye care and highlight eye conditions that are common in this population.
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An In-Depth Look at 3D Technology
Professor David Thomson takes an in-depth look at 3D technology and a variety of symptoms that may be associated with viewing such displays.
AMD - Reducing Risk and Incidence
This video was filmed live at Eyecare 3000 Glasgow 2011
Who, why, where and what to do?
Acanthamoeba Keratitis is a devastating eye infection which in developed countries most commonly occurs in contact lens wearers. Consultant Ophthalmologist Deepa Anijeet will summarise key concepts such as risk factors, diagnosis and treatment of Acanthamoeba Keratitis. It will also highlight key areas of research that offer hope for sufferers.