The First National Child And Adolescent Myopia Prevention And Control Summit Forum Was Held In Jinan

- Jul 10, 2019-

In order to thoroughly implement the spirit of the important instructions of the general secretary of the intern, Mr. Jin Ping on the issue of students' myopia, and increase the intensity of social publicity and mobilization. Recently, the first national child and adolescent myopia prevention and control summit forum was held in Jinan City, Shandong Province. Li Bin, deputy director of the National Health and Health Commission, attended the forum and delivered a speech. Liu Qiang, deputy governor of Shandong Province, and representatives of the World Health Organization in China attended the forum.


Li Bin pointed out that since the publication of the "Implementation Plan for the Prevention and Control of Myopia for Children and Adolescents", various departments have taken active actions, and the prevention and control of myopia for children and adolescents has achieved initial results. Li Bin stressed that the current task of prevention and control of myopia is still arduous. It is necessary to conscientiously study and understand the spirit of the important instructions of General Secretary Xi Jinping, further improve understanding, implement the responsibility system, improve the level of professional protection, promote the participation of the whole society, and resolutely lay the battle for prevention and control of myopia.


The forum focused on the theme of “National Action for Preventing Myopia and Building a Healthy Chinese Dream” and fully exchanged the progress and experience of prevention and control of myopia among children and adolescents. At the forum, Yan Ping, Deng Yaping, Chen Yibing and Liu Wei were hired as ambassadors for prevention and control of myopia for children and adolescents. Relevant responsible comrades of the provincial health and health committees, CDC, health education centers, medical institutions and education system personnel, and domestic and foreign myopia prevention and control experts and other more than 500 people attended the forum.