News archive for 2023
The #EyeCareSupportPathway is a framework, developed by RNIB and partners across the sector, for the NHS, social care organisations, the third sector and the public to use to support the transformation of eye care and eye services.
College of Optometrists joins RNIB and colleagues from across the profession to launch the Eye Care Support Pathway
The College of Optometrists has joined the RNIB and senior leaders from the NHS, social care and the charity sectors, to unveil a new UK-wide Eye Care Support Pathway.
The Association of British Dispensing Opticians (ABDO) welcomes the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) eye care support pathway.
The development of a standard specification for ICBs is welcome but ambition for a national approach ‘should not be sacrificed’.
The Association of British Dispensing Opticians (ABDO) has announced plans to launch a new professional certificate in paediatric eyecare that will enable eyecare practitioners to develop advanced skills and knowledge in relation to many different aspects of paediatric eyecare, including myopia management.
This video is for medical teams and NGOs who are working to eliminate avoidable blindness in remote village settings where the risk of an infection post-surgery is high.
One million people complete The Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training on Learning Disability and Autism e-learning
Over one million people have completed The Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training on Learning Disability and Autism’s e-learning in the year since it was launched.
The appointment of Lucy Andrews and Claire Melvin confirmed at the AOP’s Hospital and Specialty Optometrists Conference.
Tony, 65, could see the ball at Trent Bridge match ‘for the first time in years’ and says ‘everything’ in life has improved, after cataract removal at SpaMedica.
Landmark whole-eye transplant is a major paradigm shift for potential vision therapies.
An Eye News exclusive report of The 47th Annual Congress of the United Kingdom & Ireland Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons.