Visual Acuity and Self-Reported Visual Function among Migrant Farmworkers

@article{Quandt2016VisualAA,
  title={Visual Acuity and Self-Reported Visual Function among Migrant Farmworkers},
  author={S. Quandt and M. Schulz and H. Chen and T. Arcury},
  journal={Optometry and Vision Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={93},
  pages={1189–1195}
}
Purpose Visual impairment presents significant risks for occupational injuries among farmworkers, a vulnerable population with limited access to vision care. Although previous research has noted farmworkers’ low lifetime experience with vision screening and high rates of complaints of eye ailments and poor vision, there have been few screening data collected to evaluate these self-reports. The objectives of this analysis are to (1) describe farmworker visual health using standardized visual… Expand
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