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Australian Society of Ophthalmologists

 

Description

The Australian Society of Ophthalmologists (ASO) is the peak professional body for ophthalmologists and was formed in 1982 with the aim of representing the medico-political interests of ophthalmologists within Australia.

A joint initiative between the ASO and the Commonwealth Government was the Indigenous and Remote Eye Health Service (IRIS). Established mid-2010, the IRIS program aimed to deliver a national approach to the delivery of eye health services in rural and remote communities of Australia. From 2010 - 2014 IRIS delivered over 15,000 eye health services across 26 rural and remote towns across Australia. This included over 2,000 procedures to improve or restore sight for thousands of Australians.

Abstract adapted from Australian Society of Ophthalmologists

Contacts

Australian Society of Ophthalmologists
6/183 Wickham Terrace
Brisbane QLD 4000
PO Box 1300
Spring Hill QLD 4004
Ph: (07) 3831 3006
Fax: (07) 3831 3005
Email: info@ASOeye.org

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Last updated: 14 September 2016
 
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