Role of Geographic Information System Technology in Community Pediatric Screening

Role of Geographic Information System Technology in Community Pediatric Screening Curr Ophthalmol Rep (2017) 5:283–287 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40135-017-0154-z PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY (SL ROBBINS, SECTION EDITOR) Role of Geographic Information System Technology in Community Pediatric Screening 1 1 1 Elesh Jain & B. K. Jain & Subeesh Kuyyadiyil Published online: 27 October 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 Abstract Keywords Geographic information system Community . . Purpose of Review This article is intended to explore possibili- pediatric screening Visual impairment Application of GIS ties in using geographic information system (GIS) for communi- ty pediatric screening. With the published data and experience, the reliability of such initiatives has been analyzed thoroughly, to suggest for its further expansion and possibilities for projecting as Introduction an effective tool for community-based screening. Recent Findings The various researches explored are evidently Children represent the future; when provided with an oppor- supporting the expansion of GIS use in community pediatric tunity and positive environment, they may blossom into an screening. All these studies have one common character that ever fragrant flower, to shine in all areas of life. the change in perception on dealing with community programs. Ensuring universal health care delivery is difficult even in Convincing fact presentation and ease of in-depth analysis with many of the well-developed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Ophthalmology Reports Springer Journals

Role of Geographic Information System Technology in Community Pediatric Screening

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Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
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Medicine & Public Health; Ophthalmology
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Curr Ophthalmol Rep (2017) 5:283–287 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40135-017-0154-z PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY (SL ROBBINS, SECTION EDITOR) Role of Geographic Information System Technology in Community Pediatric Screening 1 1 1 Elesh Jain & B. K. Jain & Subeesh Kuyyadiyil Published online: 27 October 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 Abstract Keywords Geographic information system Community . . Purpose of Review This article is intended to explore possibili- pediatric screening Visual impairment Application of GIS ties in using geographic information system (GIS) for communi- ty pediatric screening. With the published data and experience, the reliability of such initiatives has been analyzed thoroughly, to suggest for its further expansion and possibilities for projecting as Introduction an effective tool for community-based screening. Recent Findings The various researches explored are evidently Children represent the future; when provided with an oppor- supporting the expansion of GIS use in community pediatric tunity and positive environment, they may blossom into an screening. All these studies have one common character that ever fragrant flower, to shine in all areas of life. the change in perception on dealing with community programs. Ensuring universal health care delivery is difficult even in Convincing fact presentation and ease of in-depth analysis with many of the well-developed

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Published: Oct 27, 2017

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