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National Eye Health Awareness Campaign
The National Eye Health Awareness Campaign is an initiative of the Australian Government to promote eye health for people; aged over 40 years, who have diabetes, who have a family history of eye disease, or are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
It aims to:
- improve public awareness about the risk factors for avoidable blindness and vision loss
- highlight the benefits of early detection and treatment
- educate Australians about the types of eye health care services available.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract
Australian National Audit Office (2009)
Independent report on the National Eye Health Awareness Campaign 2009.
Canberra: Australian National Audit Office
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