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Eyecare course

 

Home | Introduction | Eye and Vision | Common eye problems in students | Common eye problems related to the use of digital screen devices | Management and prevention of Computer Vision Syndrome

 

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Introduction

 

  1.1 Objective: To introduce the objective of this course 

To introduce the objective of this course

We now live in a world where people are widely connected by digital screen devices. Many of us become dependent on these devices every day. However, an often-neglected aspect of the extensive use of digital screen devices is its impact on eye health, particularly among young people.


 1.2 Background 

This educational resource package is funded by the Education Bureau of Hong Kong Government and is prepared by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, the Chinese University of Hong Kong to provide information about eye care related to the use of digital screen devices. 

Department of Ophthalmology and Visual SciencesThe Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Acknowledgement:

  • Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences,

     The Chinese University of Hong Kong (DOVS, CUHK)

  • CUHK Eye Centre
  • Prof THAM Chee Yung, Clement

     S.H. Ho Professor of OVS, DOVS CUHK

  • Dr YAM Cheuk Sing, Jason

     Assistant Professor, DOVS CUHK

  • Ms NG Pui Har, Mandy

     Nursing Officer(Clinic Manager, CUHK Eye Centre)