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Sheffield VM, “Primary Eye Care at Various Levels in Kenya”, Current Medical Research in Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Africascience International Publishing Limited, 1982
Sheffield VM, “Primary Eye Care at Various Levels in Kenya”, ACTA: XXIV International Congress of Ophthalmology, American Academy of Ophthalmology, Philadelphia, JB Lippincott Co., 1983
Sheffield VM, “Training for Primary and Preventive Eye Care”, Social Science and Medicine, Volume 17, Number 22, Oxford, Pergamon Press, Ltd., 1983
Sheffield VM and King FS, “Primary Eye Care” 24-slide/script set, St. Albans, England, Teaching Aids at Low Cost (TALC), 1985
Evans PY, Sheffield VM, Traykovski C, “Basic Tools for Educating Primary Eye Care Providers in Developing Countries: An Interdisciplinary Approach”, Journal of Ophthalmic Nursing & Technology, Volume 6, Number 4, New Jersey, USA, Slack Inc, 1987
DeMaeyer EM, “Guidelines for the Use of Vitamin A In Emergency And Relief Operations”, International Vitamin A Consultative Group, Washington, DC, 1988, based on an initial draft by Dr. Rita Leavell and Victoria M. Sheffield in collaboration with Helen Keller International, Centers for Disease Control, International Center for Epidemiologic and Preventive Ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, and the World Health Organization.
Evans PY, Sheffield VM, Traykovski C, “An Interdisciplinary Approach – Basic Tools for Educating Primary Eye Care Providers in Developing Countries”, ACTA: XXV International Congress of Ophthalmology, Rome, Kugler and Ghedini, 1988
Sheffield VM, “Management Issues in Primary Eye Care Training Programs”, Proceedings of the IV Congress – Nairobi, International Agency for Prevention of Blindness, 1990
Sheffield VM, “Public Awareness and Health Education”, Report of the Task Force Meeting on “Strategies for Ivermectin Distribution through Primary Health Care Systems”, World Health Organization, 1991
Sheffield VM, “The International Eye Foundation and Corneal Blindness: A Historical Perspective”, Refractive and Corneal Surgery, Volume 7, Slack Inc, Nov/Dec 1991
Sheffield VM, “Getting the Eye Care Message Across”, IAPB News, Number 15, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, 1991
Sheffield VM, “The Highly Trained U.S. Allied Health Professional in Ophthalmology in Prevention of Blindness Programs”, Proceedings of the V Congress – Berlin, International Agency for Prevention of Blindness, 1994
SC Gieser, P Vassileva, SK West, with support from IEF/V Sheffield, Ophthalmology in Bulgaria, Archives of Ophthalmology, American Medical Association, Vol. 112, May 1994
Schwab L, Whitfield Jr. R, Ross-Degnan D, Steinkuller P, Swartwood J, the Survey Study Group (Adala H, Bakker N, Beekhuis H, Bisley G, Dekkers N, Hoshiwara I, Mandalia H, Mandalia P, Meaders R, Ochola JO, Sheffield V), “The Epidemiology of Trachoma in Rural Kenya – Variation in Prevalence with Lifestyle and Environment”, Ophthalmology, Vol. 102, No. 3, JB Lippincott Company, March 1995
Sheffield, VM, one of three Thematic Rapporteurs: “Appropriate Interventions”, Virtual Elimination of Vitamin A Deficiency: Obstacles and Solutions for the Year 2000, Report of the XVII International Vitamin A Consultative Group Meeting, Guatemala City, Guatemala, IVACG, 1996
Sheffield VM, Chapter 14: “Primary Eye Care in Prevention of Blindness”, Global Perspectives on the Control of Blindness – A tribute to Mr Alan Johns, CMG, OBE, Henry Ling Ltd, Dorset Press, Dorchester, 1996
Sheffield, VM, “SEEING 2000 – A Program to Address Childhood Blindness”, IAPB News, No. 23, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, West Sussex 1998
O’Donnell L, Sheffield V, Barrows J, Abastaflor W, Morales M, Solomons NW, “Characteristics of Human Ecological, Child Caring Practices and Nutritional Status of Children 0-60 Months and Their Mothers in a Lowland Bolivian Community”, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, Vol. 43, No. 6, pp 463-495, Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, Nov/Dec 2004
Rahmathullah R, Barrows J, Sheffield V, “Making refractive error services sustainable: the International Eye Foundation model”, Community Eye Health Journal, Vol. 20, Issue 63, International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Sept. 2007
Rahmathullah R, Barrows J and Sheffield V, “Transforming Eye Clinics and Hospitals to Sustainability – The International Eye Foundation’s Social Enterprise Model”, European Ophthalmic Review, Volume 2 (2008): 8-11
Kalua K, Masiye F, Jumbe V, Barrows J, Sheffield V, Finding community solutions to improve access and acceptance of cataract surgery, optical correction and follow up in children in Malawi, Oct. 2013, SciRes, Vol. 5, No. 10, pp 1533-1540 (2013) http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/health.2013.510208
Rahmathullah R, Barrows J, Sheffield V, “How fixed fees and patient choice can support eye care for the poorest”, Community Eye Health Journal, Vol. 26, Issue 83, International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Dec. 2013