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Publications

Please find below a selection of relevant publications by the Community Eye Health research team. For a full list of publications by each author, please visit their profiles on the University of Auckland staff directory.

*team members indicated in bold text below

2021

Rogers JT, Black J, Harwood M, Wilkinson B, Gordon I, Ramke J. Vision impairment and differential use of eye health services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Protocol for a scoping review. BMJ Open 2021;11(9):e048215.

Hamm L, Yashadhana A, Burn H, Black J, Grey C, Harwood M, Peiris-John R, Burton MJ, Evans JR, Ramke J. Interventions to promote access to eyecare for non-dominant ethnic groups in high-income countries: a scoping review BMJ Global Health 2021;6:e006188.

Burn H, Hamm L, Black J, Burnett A, Harwood M, Burton MJ, Evans JR, Ramke J. Eye care delivery models to improve access to eye care for Indigenous people in high-income countries: a scoping review. BMJ Global Health 2021;6:e004484. 

Findlay R, Black J, Goodman L, Chelimo C, Grant CC, Anstice N. (2021) Diagnostic accuracy of the Parr vision test, single crowded Lea symbols and Spot vision screener for vision screening of preschool children aged 4-5 years in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics.

Burton MJ, Ramke J, Marques AP, et al. The Lancet Global Health Commission on Global Eye Health: vision beyond 2020 Lancet Global Health 2021;9(4): e489-e551

Yashadhana A, Clarke N, Zhang JH, Ahmad J, Mdala S, Morjaria P, Yoshizaki M, Kyari F, Burton MJ, Ramke J. Gender and ethnic diversity in global ophthalmology and optometry association leadership: a time for change. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics 2021;41(3):623-9.

Ramke J, Logan N. Seeing beyond 2020: What next for refractive error care? Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics 2021;41(3):457-460.

Findlay R, Hamm L, Anstice N, Chelimo C, Grant CC, Bowden N, Kokaua J, Black J. Vision screening in New Zealand pre-school children: Is it equitable? Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2021 (in press).

 

2020

Hamm L, Black J, Burn H, Grey C, Harwood M, Peiris-John R, Gordon I, Burton MJ, Evans JR, Ramke J. Interventions to promote access to eye care for, non-Indigenous, non-dominant ethnic groups in high-income countries: a scoping review protocol. BMJ Open 2020;10:e033775.

Evans JR, Mwangi N, Burn H, Ramke J. Equity was rarely considered in Cochrane Eyes and Vision systematic reviews and primary studies on cataract Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2020;125:57-63.

Hamm LM, Langridge F, Black JM, Anstice NS, Vuki M, Fakakovikaetau T, Grant CC, Dakin SC. Evaluation of vision screening of 5–15-year-old children in three Tongan schools: Comparison of the Auckland optotypes and lea symbols. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 103(3), 353-360.

Yashadhana A, Zhang J, Yasmin S, Morjaria P, Holland P, Faal H, Burton MJ, Ramke J. Action needed to improve equity and diversity in global eye health leadership Eye 2020;34:1051-1054.

McCormick I, MacTaggart I, Bastawrous A, Burton MJ, Ramke J. Effective refractive error coverage: An eye health indicator to measure progress towards universal health coverage. Ophthalmic Physiol Optics 2020;40(1):1-5.

2019 and earlier

Burn H, Black J, Harwood M, Gordon I, Burnett A, Hamm L, Evans JR, Ramke J. Eye care delivery models to improve access to eye care for Indigenous peoples in high income countries: protocol for a scoping review. BMJ Open 2019;9:e029214.

Ramke J, Jordan V, Vincent AL, Harwood M, Murphy R, Ameratunga S. Diabetic eye disease and screening attendance by ethnicity in New Zealand: a systematic review. Clin Experiment Ophthalmol 2019;47(7):937-47

Hamm LM, Boluk KA, Black JM, Dai S, Thompson B. Phenomenological approach to childhood cataract treatment in New Zealand using semi-structured interviews: How might we improve provision of care. BMJ Open, 2019;9(1);e024869.

Goodman L, Chakraborty A, Paudel N, Yu T, Jacobs RJ, Harding JE, Thompson B, Anstice NS. Vision screening at two years does not reduce the prevalence of reduced vision at four and a half years of age. Clin Exp Optom 2018;101(4):527-534.