Ludhiana, India, 26th March 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Optician India Magazine conducted a session to celebrate the World Optometry Day on the 23rd of March 2021 on Keeping an Eye on Low Vision and Educational & Professional Underachievement.
The session can be watched here: http://opticianindia.net/awareness
Launching the second leg of its Eye Awareness Campaign In collaboration with the India Vision Institute supported by Essilor India, India International OpticsFAIR 2021 & Hoya Vision Care around the theme of Eyes Make the World Look Colorful while highlighting the benefits that the eyes provide us with. The ultimate tribute and the very least individuals can do to show gratitude is by Getting their Eyes Tested at a regular interval, preferably annually.
The session was hosted by Sh Madhur Gupta, MD SMAVS & Editor Optician India along with Professor Monica Chaudhry having a rich experience in the field of Education, last being the head of Optometry Department at the Sushant University, Dr. Anitha Arvind, Consultant & Practitioner at Eye Care Centre having a demonstrated history of working in the higher education Industry. Dr. Frank Eperjesi, Co-founder of EyeTools UK, an online learning and development platform & Dr. Deepak Bagga, Consultant Optometrist, Institute for Vision Rehabilitation, LV Prasad Eye Institute.
This campaign is underway with the help of over 1300 eye care practitioners who can download and personalize the various creative options from videos and posters available at Opticianindia. Also they have an option to get the creative personalized free of cost by making a request at [email protected]
Session Youtube Link: https://opticianindia.net/awareness
Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/opticianindia
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