Welcome to the May/June 2014 edition of NB, the magazine for eye health and sight loss professionals
RNIB launches a new campaign aimed at defending ECLO posts.
Are sight loss services failing blind and partially sighted people in Wales?
Blind and partially sighted people are no longer qualifying for care or support services. RNIB wants this redressed.
An overview of NB magazine's first conference which was bursting with lively discussions and moving experiences from bind and partially sighted speakers.
Care provision and the unmet need for post-stroke visual impairment.
Sight loss is very hard to deal with, but there are structures and roles that can help make it easier.
Supporting people with learning disabilities, complex disabilities and sight loss.
The importance in preventing falls in older people.
Columnist Suzie Simons talked both candidly and hilariously on the day she lost her sight.
How NICE aims to make decisions that will improve the country's health.
Could eye injections be a thing of the past and why diabetes is no longer a leading cause of blindness?
Our panel tackles the issue of mobility training for a client with alcohol dependency, but do you agree?
What is being done to ensure rehab services are available for those who need them most.
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