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VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA’s 14th Annual Conference

Published: 27.03.2018

VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA’s 14th annual conferenceVISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA’s 14th annual conference titled ‘Advocacy & Inclusive Partnership for Eye Health’ will be held on 9 & 10 June 2018. The national conference with a focus on community ophthalmology is being hosted by Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya at Guwahati, Assam. For registration and other details visit:

The conference sessions will interest heads of organisations, ophthalmologists, programme planners, managers, optometrists, administrators, coordinators, outreach staff & paramedical/technical staff from government & non-government institutions/organisations working in the eye health and related sectors and students/ fellows.

This conference is an unique opportunity for learning which is generally not available in the more commonly held CME’s that are more clinical in nature. This conference focuses more on delivery aspects and involves all the departments in an eye hospital.

Dr Taraprasad Das, President, VISION2020INDIA & Vice Chair, LV Prasad Eye Institute

The conference is one of its kind national conferences on community ophthalmology. It offers a VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA’s 14th annual conference event logoplatform to hear from some of the most influential eye care decision-makers, government policy-makers, and innovative thinkers from across the country and beyond, discussing unbiased, content-driven eye health-oriented agenda. Connect and network with leaders from the worlds of eye institutions, INGOs, government, optometrists, eye care professionals and industry to address universal eye health issues head-on and bring the debate forward.

Dr Umang Mathur, Chairman, Scientific Committee, 14th Annual Conference. Executive Director, Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital