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Epidemiology of Vision Health Disorders in Aboriginal people

Epidemiology of Vision Health Disorders in Aboriginal people

Epidemiology of Vision Health Disorders in Aboriginal people

Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD
Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD
on behalf of VuePoint IDS inc.

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Last updated: 01 Aug 2017

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Lecture Six: Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD
Epidemiology of Vision Health Disorders in Aboriginal People

The Vision Institute of Canada has produced an Aboriginal Vision Health Lecture Series featuring the lectures of Dr. Ann C. Macaulay, MD, Dr. Jay Wortman, MD, Mr. Gary Taubes, Dr. Alan Cruess, MD, Dr. Chris Hudson, OD, PhD, Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD, Dr. Graham Strong, OD, MSc, and Dr. Jeff Reading, PhD. This eight part DVD lecture presentation was filmed in Toronto in October 2010 as part of the Vision Institute of Canada’s Aboriginal Vision Health Conference.
This lecture series focuses special attention on Aboriginal diabetes and the preventable vision loss that is a consequence of this emerging health crisis. It is designed to raise awareness about the vision health issues that are affecting native people in Canada and the social determinants that contribute to them.

This course is accredited by The Vision Institute of Canada. Proceeds from the sale are donated, in part, to The Vision Institute of Canada, a registered Canadian charity.

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Objective:
Raise awareness about the vision health issues that are affecting native people in Canada and the social determinants that contribute to them.
Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD

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Dr. Barbara Robinson, OD, MPH, PhD
on behalf of VuePoint IDS inc.

Dr. Barbara Robinson has been a full-time faculty member at the University of Waterloo, School of Optometry since 1979. During her optometric training she worked on mobile vision clinics in
Northern Ontario that included visits to many First Nations communities. Those experiences led to a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a PhD in epidemiology at the University of
Washington. She is involved in research investigating the epidemiology of vision health problems.

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  • Vision Institute of Canada
  • 1.00 Units

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