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Dr. Suit May Ho
PhD BSc (Optom) GCertOcThera GCertSocSci (Int Devel) FACOMay is currently working as an integral part of the education team for the Brien Holden Vision Institute. Previously she worked as the Program Manager for the Vietnam program, where she collaborated with in-country partners to develop the first optometry course in the country.
Her involvement with the Institute began in 2001 as a volunteer, and since 2005 when she became a staff member, she has worked on the development of sustainable eye care programs in South East Asia and the Western Pacific.
Dr May Ho graduated in optometry in 1988 from the University of Melbourne and subsequently gained a doctorate in 1997.
Michael Morton is the Online Education Coordinator for the Brien Holden Vision Institute. He completed his Bachelor of Optometry at the University of Melbourne in 2003, after which he practiced as a clinical optometrist around Australia until 2010.
After a four month period involved with the Institute as a volunteer in Cambodia, he joined the Institute as a full time staff member in 2010, completing his Masters of Public Health at the University of New South Wales the following year.
Michael’s work for the Brien Holden Vision Institute has included creating, producing and evaluating innovative online education courses and tools, creating department support systems and processes, presenting train-the-trainer workshops and creating support systems for service delivery.
Education Consultant - Public Health, Brien Holden Vision InstituteHelen is a dedicated educator and scholar committed to enhancing quality learning and teaching in higher education. Her background is in medical microbiology, higher education, business education, leadership and professional development in higher education learning and teaching.
Her teaching spans the UNSW Medicine program, interdisciplinary courses, and post-graduate coursework programs in education. As an independent consultant, she provides educational, faculty and institutional development, locally and internationally.
She has been recognised through national and international awards and grants, and published research in science and higher education.