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Macular Disease - Consumer Awareness and Education
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The purpose of the grant opportunity is to improve the wellbeing of people with macular disease by increasing the availability of evidence-based information for consumers within the general public who are affected by or at risk of developing macular disease. This grant opportunity seeks to develop evidence-based resources on macular disease on the early symptoms, the importance of screening for the condition, early intervention and treatment. Early detection and prompt intervention leads to better vision outcomes.
The objective of the grant opportunity is to support the implementation of the Macular Action Plan. This includes:
- Strengthen current education campaigns for the general public
- Develop education campaigns for people over 50 years of age
- Partner with diabetes and other key organisations, to combine expertise in diabetes and macular disease, to develop targeted education programs for people with diabetes, who are at greater risk of developing macular disease.
- Establish mechanisms for regular evaluation and improvement of education campaigns to ensure there is a measurable positive impact.
- Increase the awareness of genetic testing and counselling for people with a macular disease with genetic causation.
To be eligible you must be the listed organisation:
Name of Organisation: Macular Disease Foundation Australia
ABN No: 52096255177
To apply you must:
• complete the application form;
• provide all the information requested;
• address all assessment criteria;
• include all necessary attachments; and
• submit your application/s to email@example.com by 2pm Canberra local time, Monday 11 November 2019.
If you do not receive an email (including automatic reply) within 24 hours please contact the Health Grant Team on (02) 6289 5600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please only submit your application in .doc, .docs or .pdf format. Application cannot exceed 20MB. Do not include macros, zip or password protect applications or attachments.