عنوان مقاله [English]
The inevitable material and material effects of low vision and blindness in developing and even developing societies, reduction of preventable and avoidable burden of disease and its inability necessitate extensive research. The purpose of this study was to explain the health policy transformation policy model in the field of prevention of diabetic retinopathy. A sample of 32 health system experts and senior experts was selected through purposeful sampling and semi-structured interviews were conducted. The data are categorized by the basis of the data theory of the foundation. Findings of this paper are presented in the context of a paradigm model including: causal conditions (universal education, proper patient guidance), pivotal phenomena (preventive policy making), strategies (reducing obesity and preventing weight gain and diabetes, reducing laser percentages). Ophthalmic, Intraocular Injection Reduction, Voluntary Increase in Preventive Follow-Ups), Areas (Media Role, Non-Governmental Role, Law Enforcement Guarantees), Intervening Conditions (Economic, Cultural, Benefits,, Treatment-Focused Attitude) Government) and the consequences (sustainable human-based sustainable development, holistic and holistic health system, health system) Date and knowledge-based, targeted health system) has analyzed. Each program in the field of prevention of retinopathy has two criteria. Performance criterion and effectiveness criterion. We often do poorly in the field of effectiveness and inference. In my opinion, the positions should be specified in the formulation and implementation.