Organizaciones mundiales que luchan contra la ceguera y las enfermedades oftalmológicas: benchmarking

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Clase sobre la comparativa entre distintas asociaciones civiles dedicadas al cuidado de la salud ocular comunitaria.

Clase sobre la comparativa entre distintas asociaciones civiles dedicadas al cuidado de la salud ocular comunitaria.

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  • 1. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Escuela de Medicina Destellos de Luz, ABP
  • 2. Benchmarking con Organizaciones Mundiales Diplomado en Salud Ocular Comunitaria
  • 3. Objetivo
    • Identificar los elementos necesarios para realizar benchmarking con organizaciones mundiales de prevención de la ceguera.
    © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 4. Benchmarking El término inglés benchmark proviene de las palabras bench (banquillo, mesa) y mark (marca, señal). © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 5. Benchmarking En la acepción original del inglés la palabra compuesta sin embargo podría traducirse como medida de calidad . © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 6. Benchmarking En el ámbito de las organizaciones, puede definirse como un proceso sistemático y continuo para evaluar los productos, servicios y procesos de trabajo de las organizaciones que son reconocidas como representantes de las mejores prácticas, con el propósito de realizar mejoras organizacionales. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 7. Benchmarking Técnica utilizada para medir el rendimiento de un sistema o componente de un sistema, frecuentemente en comparación con algún parámetro de referencia. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 8. Benchmarking, historia. Inglaterra, siglo XIX: cuando los agrimensores hacían un corte o marca en una piedra o en un muro para medir la altura o nivel de una extensión de tierra. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 9. Benchmarking, historia. El corte servía para asegurar un soporte llamado bench , sobre el cual luego se apoyaba el instrumento de medición; en consecuencia, todas las mediciones posteriores estaban hechas en base a la posición y altura de dicha marca. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 10. Benchmarking: elementos necesarios. 1. ¿Cuáles son las organizaciones? 2. ¿Cómo trabajan ellas? 3. ¿Qué nos diferencia? © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 11. Organizaciones No Gubernamentales Entidad de carácter privado, con fines y objetivos definidos por sus integrantes, creada independientemente de los gobiernos locales, regionales y nacionales, así como también de los organismos internacionales. Jurídicamente adopta diferentes estatus, tales como asociación, fundación, corporación y cooperativa, entre otras formas. Al conjunto del sector que integran las ONG se le denomina de diferentes formas, tales como sector voluntario, no lucrativo, solidario, economía social y tercer sector social, entre otras. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 12. 1. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission. 2. American Foundation for the Blind. 3. Blind Children Center. 4. Blind Childrens Fund. 5. Blinded Veterans Association. 6. Braille Institute. 7 . Eye Bank Association of America, Inc. 8. Eye Care Foundation. 9. Foundation Fighting Blindness. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 13. 10. Glaucoma Foundation. 11. Glaucoma Research Foundation. 12. Guiding Eyes for the Blind. 13. Leader Dogs for the Blind . 14. Louisiana Ophthalmology Association. 15. Low Vision Center. 16. Macular Degeneration Foundation. 17. Macular Degeneration Partnership. 18. National Braille Association. 19. National Eye Institute. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 14. 20. National Federation of the Blind. 21. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. 22. New Eyes for the Needy. 23. Prevent Blindness America. 24. Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic. 25. Research to Prevent Blindness. 26. Schepens Eye Research Institute. © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 15. 27. Seeing Eye. 28. Sight and Hearing Association. 29. Surgical Eye Expeditions International. 30. Hellen Keller International. 31. International Eye Foundation. 32. Sight Savers. 33. ORBIS Saving Sight Worldwide. 34. Lions Club © Dr. Jair García-Guerrero
  • 16. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org
  • 17. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org The aim of CBM's work is to provide medical care, education and rehabilitation to as many blind, low vision, deaf, physically and other disabled people in low income countries as possible. Misión
  • 18. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org Misión The focus is on prevention and treatment of diseases causing disability wherever possible and education and rehabilitation so that people with disability can be included into their society as equals and to lead a largely independent life, respected by their fellow citizens.
  • 19.
    • The focus of CBM's work is to enable local and national partners in developing countries to implement services for people with disabilities, mainly for people with:
    • Visual disabilities,
    • Hearing disabilities,
    • Physical disabilities,
    • Mental disabilities, or
    • Intellectual disabilities.
    Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org
  • 20. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org Principios Human rights rather than Charity; CBM´s Working Standards*; Invalidez se puede superar con la Participación y la Inclusión; Partner Enablement: A Step Towards Sustainability. *aplicable para Destellos…
  • 21. Christofell-Blindenmission Christian Blind Mission www.cbm.org México
    • Hospital 'LA CARLOTA' Clínica de Oftalmologia
    • Asociación Centro de Rehabilitación para Ciegos - ACREC
    • Proyecto Más Válido
    • Salud Ocular Ciudad Juarez
    • Eye Care Service Oaxaca
    • Prevention of Blindness Project Tabasco
    • Administración de Recursos para Discapacidad A.C.
    • PBL Baja California
    • Low Vision Programme Chihuahua
    • Vision Juarez
    • Vocational Training Programme for People with Disabilities
  • 22. Hellen Keller International www.hki.org
  • 23. Hellen Keller International www.hki.org The mission of Helen Keller International is to save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Misión
  • 24. Hellen Keller International www.hki.org We combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition. Our vision is to strive to be the most scientifically competent organization in improving vision and nutrition throughout the world. Visión
  • 25. Hellen Keller International www.hki.org Hellen Keller Adams (1880-1968)
  • 26. México Hellen Keller International www.hki.org HKI has been active in Mexico since 1994. Most recently, HKI-Mexico managed two USAID-supported programs to address pediatric cataract and low vision in Mexico City and refractive error in Oaxaca.
  • 27. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org
  • 28. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org The IEF Mission: To Help People See IEF is proud to have played a part in the reduction of the leading public health causes of blindness and has, in the last decade, worked harder to combat childhood blindness and the new threats highlighted by the World Health Organization in its December 16, 2004-released data on visual impairment. Misión
  • 29. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org IEF started with short- and long-term volunteer programs to provide direct services. We now bring a variety of direct and indirect services for ophthalmic professionals. In the new millennium, IEF is forging ahead to help eye clinics in developing nations become financially self-sufficient. Visión
  • 30. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org Since the International Eye Foundation's founding in 1961, our sight-saving programs have benefited more than 60 developing nations —where 90% of the world's blindness exists. Logros
  • 31. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org American corneal transplant pioneer Dr. John Harry King, Jr. founded IEF in 1961 to place American ophthalmologists in developing countries, many of which had just achieved independence, leaving them with a scarcity of eye doctors. Historia
  • 32. International Eye Foundation www.iefusa.org Dr. John Harry King, Jr. (1911-1986) Historia
  • 33. Sight Savers www.sightsavers.org.uk
  • 34. Sight Savers www.sightsavers.org.uk Sightsavers works to combat blindness in developing countries, restoring sight through specialist treatment and eye care. We also support people who are irreversibly blind by providing education, counselling and training.  We help the people who need it most -those living in poverty in some of the world's poorest countries. Misión
  • 35. Sight Savers www.sightsavers.org.uk We believe that sight is a basic human right, and that everyone should have access to the treatment and eye care that they need. Our work is important because, as well as providing treatment that can help to restore sight, we also assist with the rehabilitation of those who are irreversibly blind. Visión
  • 36. Orbis www.orbis.org
  • 37. Orbis www.orbis.org Misión As a nonprofit humanitarian organization, ORBIS International strives to eliminate avoidable blindness and restore sight in the developing world. ORBIS works closely with local communities, governments and hospitals to design programs that increase local skills, improve health care facilities and foster awareness of eye health.
  • 38. Orbis www.orbis.org Visión As a nonprofit humanitarian organization, ORBIS International strives to eliminate avoidable blindness and restore sight in the developing world. ORBIS works closely with local communities, governments and hospitals to design programs that increase local skills, improve health care facilities and foster awareness of eye health.
  • 39. Lions Club SightFirst Program www.lionsclubs.org
  • 40. Misión SightFirst busca especialmente ayudar a los niños. A través de su alianza con la Organización Mundial de la Salud, SightFirst ha puesto en marcha la primera iniciativa mundial jamás vista cuyo objetivo es combatir la ceguera infantil. Lions Club SightFirst Program www.lionsclubs.org
  • 41. Logros SightFirst fue puesto en marcha por los Leones en 1989 para combatir la ceguera que se puede prevenir, y representa la iniciativa más ambiciosa y exitosa de los Leones. Lions Club SightFirst Program www.lionsclubs.org
  • 42.
    • Los logros de SightFirst desde 1990 han sido sorprendentes:
    • Ha entregado 202.400.000 dólares para 841 proyectos distribuidos en 90 países.
    • Ha financiado 7.100.000 de cirugías de cataratas.
    • Ha impedido la pérdida grave de la visión de 20 millones de personas.
    • Ha mejorado los servicios de atención ocular que asisten a cientos de millones de personas.
    • Ha facilitado 80.500.000 tratamientos para combatir la oncocercosis.
    Lions Club SightFirst Program www.lionsclubs.org
  • 43.
    • Ha construido o ampliado las instalaciones de 213 hospitales, clínicas y guardias oftalmológicas.
    • Ha modernizado el equipamiento de 325 centros oculares.
    • Ha brindado capacitación en dirección en 109 instituciones.
    • Ha capacitado a 305.000 oftalmólogos, enfermeros oftálmicos, otros profesionales de la salud ocular y trabajadores rurales de la salud.
    • Ha puesto en marcha la primera iniciativa mundial jamás vista para combatir la ceguera infantil a través de una alianza con la Organización Mundial de la Salud. Se establecerán treinta centros pediátricos de atención ocular.
    Lions Club SightFirst Program www.lionsclubs.org
  • 44. Eye Bank Association of America, Inc. www.restoresight.org
  • 45. Eye Bank Association of America, Inc. www.restoresight.org Misión The Eye Bank Association of America's (EBAA) mission is the restoration of sight through the promotion and advancement of eye banking.
  • 46. Eye Bank Association of America, Inc. www.restoresight.org The Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) is a not-for-profit organization of eye banks dedicated to the restoration of sight through the promotion and advancement of eye banking. The oldest transplant association in the United States, the EBAA is a nationally recognized accrediting body for eye banks. Logros
  • 47. Logros Established in 1961 by the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Committee on Eye Banks, the EBAA is the oldest national association of transplantation organizations in the United States. Eye Bank Association of America, Inc. www.restoresight.org
  • 48. Research To Prevent Blindness Foundation www.rpbusa.org
  • 49. Research To Prevent Blindness Foundation www.rpbusa.org Misión RPB is committed to stimulate, sustain and intensify a concerted research assault, with the goal of developing more effective treatments, preventives and cures for all diseases of the visual system that damage and destroy sight.
  • 50. Research To Prevent Blindness Foundation www.rpbusa.org Misión RPB mobilizes financial resources in support of eye research making available essential laboratory space, scientific personnel and advanced technological equipment in its mission, which seeks to preserve vision and restore sight.
  • 51. Research To Prevent Blindness Foundation www.rpbusa.org Historia Research To Prevent Blindness (RPB) was founded in 1960 by Dr. Jules Stein to fund and promote eye research into the causes, treatment, and cure of all blinding diseases.
  • 52. Research To Prevent Blindness Foundation www.rpbusa.org Aspirantes Applications for RPB grants must be submitted by the chairman of a department of ophthalmology and are then evaluated via a three-tiered review process. RPB Ad Hoc Committees, which are comprised of selected national vision research leaders, conduct initial grant reviews and forward their recommendations to the standing RPB Scientific Advisory Panel for further evaluation. The Advisory Panel includes some of the nation's most distinguished scientists representing a broad range of scientific disciplines and interests. Their recommendations are presented to the RPB Board of Trustees for final approval.
  • 53. [email_address] Vivir para los demás no es sólo la ley del deber, es también la ley de la felicidad. Augusto Compte