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Associate Professor Angus Turner is a founder and Director of Lions Outback Vision. He is also Director of Clinical Services at UWA’s Centre for Ophthalmology and Visual Science and a clinical lecturer for the Rural Clinical School at UWA and Notre Dame University. He has a specific interest in providing high-quality health services to WA’s remote communities.

Associate Professor Turner completed medical training at UWA before being awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and studying at Oxford University, completing a Masters of Evidence-Based Medicine. His ophthalmology training was undertaken at Melbourne University where he also completed a population health fellowship at the Indigenous Eye Health Institute.

As Director of Lions Outback Vision, Associate Professor Turner is actively involved in the delivery of specialist outreach services to remote and Indigenous communities in WA’s Kimberley, Pilbara, Goldfields, Midwest and Great Southern regions.

He has continually expanded its area and range of service delivery and in 2016, the Lions Outback Vision Van was launched to provide a mobile eye health service. His next major project is the development of a regional eye care hub in Broome.

Associate Professor Turner’s innovative approach to providing eye health services and his specific commitment to rural and remote communities has been widely recognised with several prestigious awards.

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