This page contains updates on the latest research news from RNIB and our partners.

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  • Research reports - our research covers a huge range of sight loss issues.
  • Expert series blog - our fortnightly blog by sight loss sector professionals explores topical issues around sight loss in a thought provoking manner.
  • Evidence-based reviews - which look in some detail at blind and partially sighted people across different age groups.

  • Vision UK 2015 Conference


    The seventh annual Vision UK conference will be held on Thursday 18 June 2015 at Central Hall Westminster in London. Titled ‘Working together to deliver the UK Vision Strategy’, Vision UK will feature a brand-new format, with delegates able to choose from one of five conference streams, focused on delivering aspects of the UK Vision Strategy.

  • Making Disability Research Work for You: A Community Data Toolkit


    Making Disability Research Work for You: A Community Data Toolkit (Part 2), is designed to help small disability organisations undertake their own research to collect and use data.

  • Join RNIB’s Evidence and Service Impact Team


    There are a number of job opportunities to join RNIB’s Evidence and Service Impact Team.

    Follow the links below for more details.

  • The economic impact of Eye Clinic Liaison Officers


    An investment of £1 can net a return of £10.57 to health and social care budgets.

    Our sight loss advisers or Eye Clinic Liaison Officers (ECLOs) and Vision Support Officers provide timely interventions of emotional and practical support to over 16,000 patients diagnosed with sight loss each year.

  • Updated Evidence-based review for people of working age


    We have recently updated our Evidence-based review on people of working age.

    The review gives a detailed profile of this group of people, the policies that govern their employment and economic circumstances, and a commentary on what the evidence tells us. This evidence-based review is one of a series produced by RNIB researchers available to download from our Knowledge hub.

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