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National Sight Day a Success


Reported by Jiawei Wang
Edited by Xianjing Wei

On 6th June 2018, ZOC celebrated the 23rd National Sight Day at its Zhujiang New Town and Ouzhuang hospitals. It was a huge success, largely due to the support of the staff , as well as wide media coverage of the events.

With a strong theme for this year's campaign - 'Scientific correction for near-sightedness'; a subject that has been giving concern about children's eye health since 2016. National Sight Day has continuously highlighted the need for near-sightedness prevention in teenagers and youngsters. Free eye check-ups were provided for members of the public who attended the Day's activities.


Lectures were given on the following topics;


Being aware of high myopia, that may lead to loss of vision.

By Prof Lin LYU, Director of Department of Fundus Diseases


Know more about Fundus Diseases

By Prof. Jie HU, Department of Fundus Diseases


Myopia or Glaucoma? - The invisible factor in vision loss

By Associate Prof. Yimin ZHONG, Department of Glaucoma


Is Strabismus preventable?

By Associate Prof. Jingchang CHEN, Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus


Screening and Prevention of Pediatric Cataract

By Prof. Haotian LIN, Department of Cataract


Beware of sudden vision loss

By Dr. Hu An Ti Na, Department of Department of Fundus Diseases