Brien Holden Vision Institute is one of the world’s leading research facilities for eye care, located at the University of NSW. They are conducting clinical studies on contact lenses and skin lotions to improve eye comfort right now.
Southend Boardriders are extremely pleased to be partnering with the Brien Holden Vision Institute to help work together to raise awareness of the problems surrounding vision impairment and recruit new participants to their clinical trials. This is to help develop and test innovative products for vision correction!
What is a Clinical Trial?
A clinical trial is a closely supervised investigation which aims to find out, or confirm, how a product or technique works. At Brien Holden Vision Institute we conduct clinical trails involving eye related products and techniques for vision correction .
These may include :
- Contact Lenses
- Skin Creams
- New optical instruments and techniques
These trials, an integral part of the Institute’s research activities to improve eye care, rely heavily on the invaluable contributions of volunteer participants . Without volunteers research into new and improved methods of vision correction would not be possible.
If you would like to know more about these trials they would love to hear for you. To join their Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/sydneytrialscentre/?ref=group_header . They actually have an information evening to find out more about what they do and how you can help at Randwick Golf Club, Howe Street Malabar on Tuesday 27 March 6-8pm . RSVP: Reception@brienholdenvision.org by Friday 23 March