The EOI has now closed and case studies are completed. Findings from the evaluation are now available on the November 2021 page tab
Share YOUR Regional Eye Health Experiences and Learning
As part of the evaluation, we are looking for regional groups or networks of stakeholders, who have been working together to identify and address the eye care needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within their local or regional area, to participate as ‘case studies’ for the evaluation. This will involve a focus group and/or interviews with people involved in the regional network.
The aim of the case studies is to explore regional approaches in more detail, to better understand and describe the activities that have been undertaken, the changes that have been seen, the key things that have worked and the challenges involved in improving eye care services and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at a local or regional level. This is also an opportunity for regional groups to share their experiences and learning.
We are seeking representation of groups and networks from across urban, regional and remote geographical areas and from different states and territories. We are interested to hear from both newer and more established regional stakeholder groups and networks.
Two regions are already participating, and a second round of EOIs is now open.
EOIs for round two are due by Friday 5th February 2021.
For EOI forms and more information contact Tessa.Saunders@unimelb.edu.au