IAPB Webinars: Sustain the Environment and Save Costs

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) is an alliance of civil society organisations, corporates and professional bodies promoting eye health through advocacy, knowledge and partnerships.
Organisation: IAPB

Tackling climate change is a key agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals. Providing Healthcare has a significant impact on climate change on account of high energy use, procurement of goods and services, transport of staff and patients and generation of complex waste. Ophthalmology is one of the high volume outpatient specialties, wherein patients end up…

Focus On Glaucoma Webinar: Africa

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) is an alliance of civil society organisations, corporates and professional bodies promoting eye health through advocacy, knowledge and partnerships.
Organisation: IAPB
As part of our activities to mark World Glaucoma Week 2019, IAPB presents four webinars to cover the regions of North America, Africa, South East Asia and China/West Pacific for members and partnering organisations to take part in during 10-16 March 2018. The Africa Webinar will focus on Open Angle Glaucoma: Timing: March 13th – 15:00-16:00…

Webinar: WHO Core Competencies in Africa

Communications Manager
Organisation: IAPB
To mark Africa Day on 25 May 2018, IAPB invites you to the webinar: WHO Core Competencies in Africa. Simona Manchiotti, Consultant WHO AFRO and Michael Gichangi, Head, Ophthalmic Services Unit, Ministry of Health, Kenya will be discussing the validation of "WHO Regional Core Competencies for Eye Heath Workers" in the Africa Region. IAPB Africa's Simon Day,…

Future SiB Newsletter Webinars

Project Officer, Seeing is Believing
Organisation: IAPB

Based on the ongoing success of the SiB webinars, we will be arranging the next batch in October 2017, with gender as the theme, do get in touch if you would be interested in presenting. If you would like to watch recordings of previous SiB webinars, please click here. SiB Newsletters The topics for the January…