November is Diabetes Awareness Month and November 14th marks World Diabetes Day. This month, the DR Barometer acknowledges the over 537 million people living with diabetes, representing over 10% of the global population, of which 1 in 5 will develop related eye diseases.
Earlier this month, the 22nd annual meeting of the Euretina was held in Germany, bringing together colleagues face-to-face for the first time in two years. The congress attracts thousands of delegates from around the world to share scientific expertise and the newest evidence and opportunities in the retinal specialty.
Many of us are aware of diabetes. You may know someone born with it or know that it can develop later in life. But did you know that many individuals with diabetes are at-risk of vision impairment due to their diabetes?
The webinar will feature a global panel of speakers discussing diabetes-related vision complications management using teleophthalmology, artificial intelligence, and mobile health.
The session featured global experts who explored the future of nAMD management by harnessing the latest research in ophthalmology and psychiatry.
Raise awareness of eye health for those around the world who do not have access to vision care and close the gap.
May is Vision Health Month, and the IFA is committed to advancing the rights of older people.
The Country Spotlight Series’ interviews share best practices to provide country-specific guidance and inform international policy.
The monthly Diabetes Alert! Series Town Halls bring together key thought leaders in the field of diabetes to address gaps and identify opportunities.
The DR Barometer Community is a growing multidisciplinary network of thought leaders and organizations who are working together to address gaps in the prevention and care of diabetic eye diseases. Join today to help improve vision health outcomes among people living with diabetes.