Evidence-based reviews published

Post date: 
Friday, 21 March 2014
Category: 
Research

We have published the first of our 'Evidence-based reviews'.

Blind and partially sighted people come from every section of the community and sight loss affects people of all ages. Each is a unique individual. However there are some common issues and challenges that affect blind and partially sighted people in particular age groups.

Every year RNIB publishes Sight loss UK, which reviews the evidence we have about the lives of people living with sight loss.

Our Evidence-based reviews look in more detail at the experiences of blind and partially sighted people in different age groups.They include a profile of the group, the policies that govern and impact upon their lives, and a commentary on what the evidence tells us.

This week we published reviews for:

  • children and young people
  • people of working age

Read the Evidence-based reviews.

For more information contact research@rnib.org.uk

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