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Evidence to Improve Care

Glaucoma

Care in All Settings


A quality standard currently in development




This quality standard addresses care for adults 18 years of age and older with primary open angle glaucoma or who are at risk of developing primary open angle glaucoma. The scope of this quality standard applies to all care settings and includes assessment, diagnosis, and management.

The Provincial Vision Strategy Task Force and Health Quality Ontario are collaborating on the development of this quality standard.

This work on quality standard started in November 2017.

If you have any questions please send an e-mail to QualityStandards@HQOntario.ca.


Health Quality Ontario thanks the following individuals for their generous, voluntary contributions of time and expertise to help create this quality standard:

Robert Campbell (Co-Chair)
Opthalmologist, Professor and Deputy Head,
Department of Ophthalmology, Queen's University

Phil Hooper
Opthalmologist,
Western University

Thomas Noël (Co-Chair)
Optometrist,
Director for the Board of the Ontario Association of Optometrists

Sherif El-Defrawy
Professor and Chair Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences,
University of Toronto Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, Kensington Eye Institute

Jennifer Everson
Family Physician Lead,
Clinical Planning and Integration, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN

Robert L. Chevrier
Glaucoma specialist, The Ottawa Hospital;
Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa

Cindy Mary-Lynn Hutnik
Professor, Ophthalmology & Pathology,
University of Western Ontario

Ike Ahmed
Glaucoma specialist, Kensington Eye Institute and Trillium Health Partners
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Kylen McReelis
Glaucoma Specialist, Kensington Eye Institute, Credit Valley Hospital
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Derek MacDonald
Optometrist,
Partner, Ilex Eye Associates

William Ulakovic
Optometrist, Ontario Association of Optometrists' Appointee to the Eye Health Council of Ontario
Clinical Instructor, Northern Ontario Medical School

Marnie Weber
Executive Director,
Strategic Developments, University Health Network

Jessica Curtis
Project Manager,
Strategic Developments, University Health Network

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