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The latest issue of Community Eye Health (No 59) discussing new treatments for glaucoma in the developing world, with an editorial by leading specialist Richard Wormald. For further information please contact: Journal of Community Eye Health, International Resource Centre, International Centre for Eye Health, Department of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT, UK (tel: +44 (0)20 7612 7964; email: Anita.Shah@lshtm.ac.uk; online edition: www.jceh.co.uk). Annual subscription (4 issues) UK £28/US$45. Free to developing country applicants.
The 9th International ocular Inflammation Society international symposium will be held in Paris from 17–20th September 2007. For further information on registration please call +33 (0)1 70 08 69 82, or fax +33 (0)1 42 93 29 28, or email rf.oodanaw@1ymalerdna. Or you can visit the website www.iois‐paris‐2007.com.
The 2008 International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness Eighth General Assembly: “Excellence and Equity in Eye Care” will be taking place at the Centro de Convenções Rebouças, in Sao Paulo, Brazil on 28th July‐2nd August. For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Several teaching courses on Retinal and Vitreous Surgery have been organised throughout 2006 and 2007 around the world in association with the International Faculty. For further information on each of these courses please contact Ingrid Kressig, Univ.‐Augenklinik Theodor‐Kutzer‐Ufer 1‐3, 68164 Mannheim, Germany; email: ed.grebledieh;email@example.comI; website: http://kressig.uni‐hd.de/.
Second Sight would like to hear from experience Indian eye surgeons returning to India after training/working in the UK. Second Sight is a London based charity dedicated to the elimination of cataract blindness in India. For further information please contact Dr Lucy Mathen, email: moc.oohay@nehtamycul.
The above course will be held at Moorfields Eye Hosptial, London on 8–9th June 2007. The program will cover international faculty, lectures on key topics, patient examination with the faculty helping you, workshops with patients and interactive cases covering other key areas. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proceedings of the Ocular Motor Tonus Symposium in 2006, sponsored by the Smith‐Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, can be access on the Smith‐Kettlewell website, http://www.ski.org.