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Publications

2017

Australian College of Optometry (2017)

Evaluation of the Victorian Aboriginal Spectacles Subsidy Scheme: a summary report 2016.

Melbourne: Australian College of Optometry

2016

Hopkins S, Sampson GP, Hendicott P, Wood JM (2016)

A visual profile of Queensland Indigenous children.

Optometry and Vision Science; Published Ahead of Print(http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/OPX.0000000000000797):

2015

Napper G, Fricke T, Anjou MD, Jackson AJ (2015)

Breaking down barriers to eye care for Indigenous people: a new scheme for delivery of eye care in Victoria.

Clinical and Experimental Optometry; 98(5): 430-434

2014

Blows SJ, Murphy EP, Martin FJ, Davies RM (2014)

Vision screening in preschoolers: the New South Wales statewide eyesight preschooler screening program.

Medical Journal of Australia; 200(4): 222-225

Hopkins S (2014)

A visual profile of Queensland Indigenous and non-Indigenous school children, and the association between vision and reading.

Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Queensland University of Technology: Brisbane

Napper G, Peters J, Anjou M, Fricke T, Barney K, Vickery C, Jackson J (2014)

Refractive error is an important entry point in the Indigenous eye care pathway.

Paper presented at the NACCHO Health Summit. June 2014, Melbourne

2013

Anjou MD, Boudville AI, Taylor HR (2013)

Nationally consistent spectacle supply for Indigenous Australians.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 37(1): 94-95

Anjou MD, BoudvilleAI, Taylor HR (2013)

Correcting Indigenous Australians' refractive error and presbyopia.

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; 41(4): 320–328

Arnold A-LMR, Goujon N, Busija L, Fox S, Xie J, Dunn RA, Keeffe JE, Taylor HR (2013)

Near-vision impairment and unresolved vision problems in Indigenous Australian adults.

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; 41(3): 223–230

Boudville AI, Anjou MD, Taylor HR (2013)

Eye health promotion to improve awareness and prevent vision loss among Indigenous Australians.

Health Promotion Journal of Australia; 24(1): 76-77

Grealy C, Kurti L, URBIS (2013)

Closing the gap in Aboriginal health outcomes initiative: interim evaluation report.

Melbourne: Victorian Department of Health

Hsueh YS, Brando A, Dunt D, Anjou MD, Boudville A, Taylor H (2013)

Cost of close the gap for vision of Indigenous Australians: on estimating the extra resources required.

Australian Journal of Rural Health; 21(6): 329-335

Hsueh YS, Dunt D, Anjou MD, Boudville A, Taylor H (2013)

Close the gap for vision: the key is to invest on coordination.

Australian Journal of Rural Health; 21(6): 299-305

Landers J, Henderson T (2013)

High levels of uncorrected presbyopia among Indigenous Australians: a concern and an opportunity.

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; 41(3): 219-220

Morse A, Cappuccio S, Tahhan N, Burnett A, Ryan S, Kiely P (2013)

What's fair in vision care? Potential approaches for equitable access to spectacles.

Paper presented at the 12th National Rural Health Conference. 7-10 April 2013, Adelaide

Morse A (2013)

CQI for eye and vision care in primary health care centres.

Paper presented at the NT CQI Collaborative Workshop. 13 November 2013, Darwin

Napper G, Vickery C, Barney K, Peters J, Anjou M, Fricke T, Jackson J (2013)

Building an eye care program with Aboriginal communities in Victoria - a partnership approach.

Paper presented at the Indigenous Allied Health Alliance Annual Conference. November 2013, Adelaide

Vos T, Taylor HR (2013)

Contribution of vision loss to the Indigenous health gap.

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; 41(3): 309–310

2012

Landers J, Henderson T, Craig JE (2012)

Incidence of visual impairment and blindness in Indigenous Australians within Central Australia: the Central Australian Ocular Health Study.

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; 40(7): 657–661

Maher L, Brown AM, Torvaldsen S, Dawson AJ, Patterson JA, Lawrence G (2012)

Eye health services for Aboriginal people in the western region of NSW, 2010.

New South Wales Public Health Bulletin; 23(4): 81-86

Comparison of Australian spectacle schemes and provider perspectives on a national spectacle scheme for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (2012)

Morse A, Martin J, Quilty G, Kiely P, Waddell C, Burnett A, Keys T

This poster was created for the 9th General Assembly of the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, 'Eye Health: Everyone's Business'. It summarises the findings of a recent survey by the Brien Holden Vision Institute investigating eye care provider perspectives on Indigenous eye care delivery in Australia.

The poster contains:

  • a brief overview of vision loss in Indigenous Australians and available spectacle subsidy schemes
  • an outline of the survey topics
  • the results of the survey, including graphical representations
  • a discussion of the results and their relevance to adopting a National Spectacle Scheme (NSS) specifically for Indigenous Australians in the future.

The poster offers a useful summary for all those working in Australian Indigenous eye health policy and practice.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Victorian Department of Health (2012)

The Victorian Aboriginal spectacle subsidy scheme evaluation report 2012.

Melbourne: Department of Health, Victoria

 
Last updated: 23 February 2018
 
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