Summary of the 80th All India Ophthalmology Conference
The goal of society is to develop and improve ophthalmology research and training, research and develop human resources, and improve social interaction among ophthalmologists in the country with the aim of serving the community. .
The association organizes annual conferences in various parts of the country. During these conferences, various scientific activities such as instructional courses, symposiums, lectures, postgraduate refresher courses, pavilion lectures, wet labs and courses are held. Surgical skill transfer is done to increase awareness and exchange of knowledge.
In recognition of their services in various disciplines, the association offers members incentives in the form of awards, speeches, awards, and scholarships.
Summary of content of the 80th annual meeting
This year, the 80th Annual Meeting of the All India Ophthalmology Association was held from 2nd to 5th June at Jio World Center in Mumbai, India. It was inaugurated by the famous Miss Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
AIOS President Dr. Lalit Verma (2022-2023) explained in detail the theme of the 80th AIOS Annual Meeting and said, “Preventable blindness must be tackled with a commitment powerful because it directly and significantly affects an individual’s quality of life.Its Cataracts in the elderly can be resolved relatively easily and timely eye exams can help cure eye disease Vitamin A deficiency eye diseases are also quite simple to deal with Our commitment to reduce preventable blindness by 50% by 2025 will be a national initiative with the active participation of the members.”
Dr Barun Kumar Nayak, President (2021-2022), AIOS, added, “India has around one ophthalmologist for every 60,000 of our population, which places a huge responsibility on their expertise. we are in the care of people’s eye diseases.India is one of the best trained countries in the world and has tirelessly strived to put its expertise to the best use of the citizens of India. must be allowed to proceed for this very important social cause.”
Dr. Padmashree TP Lahane, Organization President, AIOC 2022, explains the process and introduces: “AIOS 80th Annual Meeting is a landmark occasion, certainly the longest conference series of any In Maharashtra, we have successfully implemented programs to reduce preventable blindness by organizing hundreds of eye camps over the past three decades. creating awareness about how to avoid eye injuries, we can help more than 7,000,000 people step out of the darkness every year with the help of governments and NGOs. Using the nationwide Maharashtra Model, we will be able to significantly reduce preventable blindness across the country.”
Dr Namrata Sharma, Honorary Secretary, AIOS, said in response to further expectations from the government, “The government must ban the sale of ‘chuna’ to children, as improper handling can cause even eye injury. lead to blindness Another major cause of blindness is in factories, and mandatory workplace inspections are required to see that all workers are required to wear eye protection in the event of possible injury eyes and to ensure full compliance with safety standards. to gain public awareness.”