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Ms Anna Morse

Programs Manager
Moonta House, 43 Mitchell Street
Darwin NT, 0800
Tel: (08) 8981 9880
Fax: (08) 8918 8109


Anna Morse is the Programs Manager for the Aboriginal Vision Program at the Brien Holden Vision Institute (the Institute).

Anna has worked at the Institute since 2009 and has been responsible for developing a range of eye health programs, as well as culturally specific eye health education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers. These programs are delivered to primary healthcare centres across the Northern Territory.  Anna’s current role also involves managing projects, as part of the Vision Cooperative Research Centre on Models of Vision Care Delivery in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities, which aims to understand current practices and systems for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander eye care service delivery and systems to improve eye care outcomes.

Anna graduated from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2004 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Optometry) with first-class honours and the University Medal and subsequently completed a Masters of Public Health from the University of New South Wales. She previously spent four years working in optometry practices in Alice Springs, as well as with the outreach ophthalmology clinics in Central Australia and Barkley Region communities.

Anna has a range of experience working on committees with organisations, including:

In recognition of her commitment to improving the eye health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Anna has also been awarded with numerous accolades. In 2014, Anna won the QUT's Outstanding Alumni Special Excellence Award for Outstanding Leadership in Health. In 2016, she was named as one of the world’s 25 ‘Eye Health Heroes’ by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, and also as Queensland Optometrist of the Year at the Optometry Queensland/Northern Territory Awards for her contribution to reducing vision impairment and preventable blindness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Last updated: 28 June 2017
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