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Lions Outback Vision conducts practical and translational research that helps our clinicians improve the eye health of rural, remote and Indigenous West Australians. To date, Lions Outback Vision has focused on measuring the efficiency, effectiveness and impact of our various service delivery arms – such as tele-health, diabetic retinal screening and the Lions Outback Vision Van. This ensures we identify and implement best practice. When we encounter a challenge in the field,  we use evidence-based research to help identify solutions and inform policy.

 | Size: 1 MB 19th Mar 2020 Partial optic nerve avulsion 2020 A diagnostic challenge. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology  | Size: 401 KB 19th Mar 2020 Review of cataract surgery in rural north Western Australia with the Lions Outback Vision. Clinical Experimental Ophthalmology 2019  | Size: 206 KB 19th Mar 2020 Evaluating The Impact Of The LOV Mobile Ophthalmology Service. Clinical Experimental Ophthalmology 2019  | Size: 129 KB 20th Feb 2018 Optometry facilitated teleophathalmology: an audit of the first year in western Australia. Clinical and Experimental Optometry (Feb 2018)  | Size: 147 KB 11th Sep 2017 Systematic Review: Identifying and assessing strategies for evaluating the impact of mobile eye health units on health outcomes. Aust. J. Rural Health (March 2017)  | Size: 204 KB 11th Sep 2017 Understanding Indigenous patient attendance: A qualitative study. Aust. J. Rural Health (2017).  | Size: 323 KB 11th Sep 2017 Evaluating the impact of optical coherence tomography in diabetic retinopathy screening for an Aboriginal population. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology June 2017  | Size: 324 KB 11th Sep 2017 Pyogenic Granuloma of the Conjunctiva. The New England Journal of Medicine 376; 17 April 27, 2017  | Size: 196 KB 11th Sep 2017 Real-time teleophthalmology video consultation: an analysis of patient satisfaction in rural Western Australia. Clin Exp Optom Jan 2017  | Size: 207 KB 11th Sep 2017 Letter to the Editor; Ocular biometry in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients undergoing cataract surgery. Letter to the Editor, Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2017. doi: 10.1111/ceo.12937  | Size: 282 KB 11th Sep 2017 Letter to the Editor; Rural pre-operative cataract assessment on the Lions Outback Vision Van. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2016.  | Size: 168 KB 11th Sep 2017 Real-time teleophthalmology versus face-to-face consultation: A systematic review. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 0(0) 1–10 2016  | Size: 366 KB 11th Sep 2017 Increasing the impact of teleophthalmology in Australia: Analysis of structural and economic drivers in a state service. Aust. J. Rural Health (2016).  | Size: 127 KB 11th Sep 2017 Coordination of diabetic retinopathy screening in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Aust. J. Rural Health (Jan 2016)  | Size: 125 KB 11th Sep 2017 Optometric use of a teleophthalmology service in rural Western Australia: comparison of two prospective audits. Clin Exp Optom 2016; 99: 163–167  | Size: 426 KB 11th Sep 2017 Real-time teleophthalmology in rural Western Australia. Aust. J. Rural Health (2015) 23, 142–149  | Size: 2 MB 11th Sep 2017 Increasing the impact of telehealth for eye care in rural and remote Western Australia. McKinsey, June 2014.  | Size: 191 KB 11th Sep 2017 Eye health service access and utilization in the National Indigenous Eye Health Survey. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2011; 39: 598–603  | Size: 259 KB 11th Sep 2017 Coordination of outreach eye services in remote Australia. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2011; 39: 344–349  | Size: 529 KB 11th Sep 2017 Funding models for outreach ophthalmology services. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2011; 39: 350–357
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