John P. Lowery
Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Science and University Honors
Eye -- Refractive errors -- Statistics, Eyeglasses -- Recycling, Eye -- Refractive errors -- Social aspects, Eye -- Refractive errors -- Economic aspects
This paper analyzes the global prevalence of refractive error as the top cause of vision impairment, and explores future solutions that could be implemented to eradicate the issue. The practice of donating both recycled and ready-made eye glasses/spectacles is discussed, in addition to the VOSH groups that provide these resources and their public health outlooks.
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Narayan, Sonam, "Addressing the Unmet Need : an Analysis of the Global Prevalence of Refractive Error and its Possible Solutions" (2014). University Honors Theses. Paper 42.