HomeAboutusEditorial BoardCurrent issuearchivesSearch articlesInstructions for authorsSubscription detailsAdvertise

  Login  | Users online: 6647

   Ahead of print articles    Bookmark this page Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font size Increase font size  
This article has been cited by
1Preschool children's vision screening in New Zealand: a retrospective evaluation of referral accuracy
Miriam A Langeslag-Smith,Alain C Vandal,Vincent Briane,Benjamin Thompson,Nicola S Anstice
BMJ Open.2015;5(11)e009207
[DOI]
2ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF VISION SCREENING PERFORMED BY TRAINED TEACHERS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
Nukhet Kirag,Mehmet Bilgen
Indian Journal of Child Health.2018;5(12)709
[DOI]
3Agreement and diagnostic accuracy of vision screening in children by teachers, community eye-health workers and vision technicians
Srinivas Marmamula,Rohit C Khanna,Asha Latha Mettla,Niranjan K Pehere,Jill E Keeffe,Dushyant K Yameneni,Gullapalli N Rao
Clinical and Experimental Optometry.2018;101(4)553
[DOI]
4Comment on: Comparative evaluation of qualitative performance of technical human resource in school eye health program
Kirandeep Kaur,Bharat Gurnani
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology.2021;69(8)2242
[DOI]
5Vision for the Future Project: Screening impact on the prevention and treatment of visual impairments in public school children in São Paulo City, Brazil
Douglas Rodrigues da Costa,Iara Debert,Fernanda Nicolela Susanna,Janaina Guerra Falabreti,Mariza Polati,Remo Susanna
Clinics.2021;76(8)e3062
[DOI]
6Teleophthalmology: Evaluation of Phone-based Visual Acuity in a Pediatric Population
Evan Silverstein,Jonathan S. Williams,Jeffrey R. Brown,Enjana Bylykbashi,Sandra S. Stinnett
American Journal of Ophthalmology.2021;221(8)199
[DOI]
7Comment on “Prevalence of ocular morbidity in school going children in West Uttar Pradesh”
Sara Varughese
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology.2018;66(1)179
[DOI]
8Cost and budget impact analysis of a school-based vision screening programme in Cambodia and Ghana: Implications for policy and programme scale-up
Thomas Engels,Guillaume Trotignon,David Agyemang,Imran Khan,Kann Puthy,Liesbeth Roolvink,Elena Schmidt
Health Policy OPEN.2021;2(1)100043
[DOI]
9Assessing the inclusion of primary school children in vision screening for refractive error program of India
Pallavi Shukla,Praveen Vashist,SurajSenjam Singh,Vivek Gupta,Noopur Gupta,Meenakshi Wadhwani,Amit Bharadwaj,Lakshya Arora
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology.2018;66(7)935
[DOI]
10Assessing the inclusion of primary school children in vision screening for refractive error program of India
Krupa Philip,Prakash Paudel,Jerry Vincent,Srinivas Marmamula,Timothy Fricke,Padmaja Sankaridurg
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology.2021;66(7)145
[DOI]
11Assessing the prevalence of refractive errors and accuracy of vision screening by schoolteachers in Liberia
Patrick Tobi,Nazaradden Ibrahim,Alex Bedell,Imran Khan,Emma Jolley,Elena Schmidt
International Health.2022;14(Supplement_1)i41
[DOI]
12Interventions to improve school-based eye-care services in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review
Anthea M Burnett,Aryati Yashadhana,Ling Lee,Nina Serova,Daveena Brain,Kovin Naidoo
Bulletin of the World Health Organization.2018;96(10)682
[DOI]
13National consensus statement regarding pediatric eye examination, refraction, and amblyopia management
Rohit Saxena,Pradeep Sharma,Pradeep Pediatric Ophthalmology Expert Group#
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology.2020;68(2)325
[DOI]
14Prevalence of refractive errors in children in India: a systematic review
Sethu Sheeladevi,Bharani Seelam,Phanindra B Nukella,Aditi Modi,Rahul Ali,Lisa Keay
Clinical and Experimental Optometry.2018;101(4)495
[DOI]
15Visual acuity screening in schools: A systematic review of alternate screening methods
Priya Adhisesha Reddy,Ken Bassett,Udo Schumacher
Cogent Medicine.2017;4(1)1371103
[DOI]
16Visual Acuity Assessment and Vision Screening Using a Novel Smartphone Application
Lloyd Zhao,Sandra S. Stinnett,S. Grace Prakalapakorn
The Journal of Pediatrics.2019;213(1)203
[DOI]
17School-based vision screening in Quetta, Pakistan: a qualitative study of experiences of teachers and eye care providers
Stevens Bechange,Munazza Gillani,Emma Jolley,Robina Iqbal,Leena Ahmed,Muhammed Bilal,Itfaq Khaliq Khan,Sumrana Yasmin,Elena Schmidt
BMC Public Health.2021;21(1)203
[DOI]
About us 
Instructions 
Subscribe 
Advertise 
Search articles 
Contact us 
My Preferences 


Submit articles online
Email alerts
Join our team of reviewers
Most polular articles
Recommend this journal
  Sitemap | What's New | Copyright and Disclaimer | Privacy Notice
  © 2007 - Indian Journal of Community Medicine | Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow
  Online since 15th September, 2007