Dry Eye Education and Resources

Dry eye has become a major issue in vision care and is increasingly attracting research resources.  In 2007 the International Dry Eye WorkShop (DEWS) was a landmark event that brought together contemporary knowledge about dry eye and generated a number of important scientific papers reviewing the area.  In 2017 a second meeting, DEWS II, was conducted to update these papers and issue new recommendations.  These included:

Meibomian Gland Disease

A more detailed discussion of meibomian gland disease by the International Workshop on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction appears here.

Management Strategies

A more recent review of evidence based management strategies for dry eye was recently published by two Australian authors, Downie & Keller – click here to read their paper.


AustralianDryEye serves as a support group and resource for dry eye sufferers in Australia – click here to view their website.


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