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UK Vision Strategy

Have your say on the future direction of the UK Vision Strategy

The UK Vision Strategy provides a unifying framework for the eye health and sight loss sectors to work towards delivering improved eye health, better treatment and support to people with sight loss, and a society which fully includes blind and partially sighted people. NCVO Charities Evaluation Services are currently conducting a 6 month evaluation and consultation

Vision UK 2016 encourages expanding horizons to meet the challenges ahead

The eighth annual Vision UK conference took place in London on the 14 June. ‘Vision UK 2016: Expanding Horizons’ pushed the boundaries for implementing the UK Vision Strategy nationally by engaging new audiences and encouraging broader collaborations. The conference programme reflected the changing eye health and sight loss service landscape including the continuing pressure on

Our Strategic Plan 2015 – 19

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists launched their Strategic Plan 2015 – 19 on 6 March 2015. The Plan was developed after broad consultation and outlines three priority areas over the next five years that the College will focus on to help shape eye care services of the future and to raise eye care higher on the

UK Vision Strategy eye health and sight loss statistics report for England

In February 2014 the UK Vision Strategy Partnership launched an eye health and sight loss statistics report for England.The report brings together data for England on all aspects of eye health and sight loss including: The rate of Certification of Vision Impairment The numbers registered with sight loss or severe sight loss Sight tests Outpatient