Managing Myopia Guidelines – Protecting Children from Myopia patient brochure and insert
Double sided printable (A4/Letter size) patient brochure and DL sized insert designed to accompany the Managing Myopia in Practice infographic.
Copyright is restricted to personal or individual practice use only – see ‘Copyright’ tab below
While you are free to print this material according to the copyright restriction, we suggest that you use one of our print distributors where available. These print distributors offer savings of scale by printing large batch quantities at discount and then passing on that discount for smaller quantities. For more information see the ‘Printing’ tab below.
Designed to accompany the ‘Managing Myopia Guidelines’ Protecting Children from Myopia infographic, this tri-fold patient brochure includes the same imagery to provide a take home reminder of the message you have communicated through the infographic. The brochure includes advice on healthy outdoor and close work time, risk from contact lens wear, the racing car visualization of myopia control options, and reminder on why myopia management is important. Included is a QR code that links to the MyKidsVision.org website for further information.
The insert is designed to fit inside the brochure to provide a convenient way to display individualized data on identification of risk for myopia development or progression; suggested myopia management option; next appointment reminder and a space for any further notes that you might like to add.
Thanks to the generous efforts of our colleagues across the world we are to offer the following language translations:
- Spanish: Mónica Márquez Galvis
- French: Philippe Seira
- Romanian: Daniela Goicea
- Chinese: Albert Ng, Jessie Charm, Connie Gan
- Arabic: Fadi Wakileh
- Hebrew: Oded Zvibach
- Polish: Sylwia Kropacz-Sobkowiak
- Danish: Henrik Bo Larsen
- Italian: Emanuele Mocciardini
If you would like to help us translate these clinical tools into your language, please contact us!
- US letter size
- A4 standard
- A4 with atropine removed
The A4 version without atropine is included to reflect practice of many primary eye care practitioners where atropine may not be an option for them to discuss with patients.
English, French, Spanish, Romanian, Chinese – Traditional, Chinese – Simplified, Arabic, Hebrew, Polish, Danish, Italian, German
How to use
To learn how to use the Managing Myopia Guidelines infographics, parent brochures and personalized inserts in practice, you can:
- Head over to our YouTube channel where Kate has a VIDEO on how she uses these in practice
- Read more on the scientific basis of the infographics with links to further reading HERE
- Link and share our explanatory video for parents, to reinforce your explanations, from our MyKidsVision.org How-To Video Guides HERE.
To ensure a long lifespan and for best results the documents should be printed on the following material:
- Patient brochure: Full color print on 150gsm gloss art paper.
- Insert to patient brochure: Full color print on 250gsm gloss art paper.
Professional print is cheaper in higher volumes. To allow you to benefit from large print volume cost savings we have partnered with the following distributors who can supply you with the finished print product at much lower cost than you will be able to print yourself.
- Australia/NZ – Good Optical: (+61) 03 9645 1066
If you don’t see a distributor for your location and have a suggestion who we can use, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright is restricted to personal or individual practice use only. i.e. you as an individual can print and use yourself in multiple practices or if you own a practice the infographic can be printed and used by anyone within that practice. Printing for use across multiple practices by different people, group practices or buying groups is not permitted and is protected by copyright.
If you require use outside of this restriction, or can recommend a distribution company local to you for print and distribute, please contact us at email@example.com. Alternatively, arrange ready printed supply from one of the suppliers listed on the ‘Printing’ tab.