Only 1 week to #glaucomaweek

March 7-13, 2021

With only 1 week to go until World Glaucoma Week 2021 starts, be sure to add your activity to the WGW World Map. In need of inspiration for your World Glaucoma Week activity? Browse the archives or have a look at the activities highlighted in this newsletter. 

This is World Glaucoma Week
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Glaucoma Australia Launches New
‘Treat Your Eyes’ campaign
for World Glaucoma Week 2021

Glaucoma Australia has created a new, upbeat campaign called ‘Treat Your Eyes’, which is encouraging Australians to treat their precious peepers to an eye test in support of World Glaucoma Week.

Iconic Aussie rock star and glaucoma patient Kirk Pengilly is once again fronting the campaign, aimed at generating greater awareness of the disease and mobilising Australians at risk to get their eyes tested to avoid irreversible damage or blindness.
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WEBINAR FOR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES “LIVING WITH GLAUCOMA”

This webinar, “Living with glaucoma,” is specially designed for glaucoma patients and their families. It will be moderated by a well-known journalist of one of the most important Ecuadorian television stations in the community’s representation. The panel will include two glaucoma specialists and two glaucoma patients.
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Lecture for Glaucoma Patients

👉 The latest information about glaucoma
👉 Lecturer Dr. Yasuyuki SUZUKI Prof. of Tokai University
👉 Organized by the Glaucoma Friend Network

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Focus on Glaucoma 2021

Glaucoma is the fourth largest cause of vision loss, affecting almost 8 million people. Of these, 3.6 million people are blind and 4.2 million experience moderate to severe vision impairment. 

The Focus On Glaucoma initiative this year will be from 7-13 March 2021. This year too, IAPB is partnering with international organisations and experts in glaucoma care from around the world to draw a spotlight on the fourth leading cause of blindness. “Focus On Glaucoma” will mark the week with a series of activities: lectures, webinars, blog posts – and a live event in Australia!
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Be a part of it – this is how

  1. Visit www.worldglaucomaweek.org  
  2. Click Find an activity to check what others are doing worldwide
  3. Register and submit your activity
  4. Download the artwork to promote your activity
  5. Use #glaucomaweek on your social media channels to spread the word
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