The Community Eye Health Journal app offers free online and offline access to the Community Eye Health Journals peer-reviewed articles in ophthalmology, optometry, nursing, eye care delivery and public health.
Brush up on your knowledge and clinical skills and stay up to date with the latest developments in topics as diverse as glaucoma, patient safety, myopia and human resource planning.
The Community Eye Health Journal is published by the International Centre for Eye Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and brings information, education and insight to thousands of eye care and public health professionals in 126 countries, four times a year.
With the Community Eye Health Journal app, all of this information will be at your fingertips. Our unique Library function allows you to download and organise articles into your own bespoke library, ready to take with you on clinical rounds, on outreach visits, or to read on the bus internet or no internet!
To use the Library, click on the Library tab and register for your free account. This ensures that even if you lose your mobile device your content will be there when you log on again. Your account is private and secure, and the way we manage your data is governed by the GDPR: the European data protection laws that came into force in 2018. Your details will never be shared with any other person or organisation.
The app is free to download and there are no in-app purchases.
The cost of the app development was supported by Tijssen and the Peek Foundation. The cost of producing the Community Eye Health Journal is supported by the Hilton Foundation, Sightsavers, CBM, The Fred Hollows Foundation, Orbis, Brien Holden Foundation, Seva.org and the International Coalition for Trachoma Control.