Treatment effectiveness, compliance, and patient satisfaction have all been shown to benefit from increased understanding in healthcare. Thus, the EYEE-Q study aims to develop and validate a questionnaire assessing parental knowledge on childhood eye health and conditions, to identify current gaps in public knowledge. Results will then ultimately be used to help develop effective educational programs for parents.

Fong, N, Easterbrook B, Farrokhyar, F, Sabri, K. Parental knowledge of pediatric eye health in an ophthalmology clinic setting: validation and delivery of the EEYE questionnaire. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology. 2018. 53:3, p. 210-214

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