The latest news and developments in the eye health and sight loss sector.
A new treatment for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) may be a step closer after researchers secured more than £5m to test a new antibody.
A new report detailing the essential role that eye clinic liaison officers (ECLOs) play in eye clinics has been unveiled.
RNIB has welcomed the decision by NHS England to publish its commissioning policy recommending the use of Humira.
Eye health and sight loss professionals are being urged to back a campaign aimed at safeguarding rehabilitation services for people with sight loss.
A report by a health regulator has spelled out ways aimed at easing the pressure on eye clinics at hospitals.
Hospitals across the UK are getting ready to join this year’s nystagmus awareness day.
Editor's blog on what ever happened to a project by NHS England aimed at improving eye care services.
A pioneering trial of a new treatment derived from stem cells for people with wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) has begun at Moorfields Eye Hospital, following a successful operation on a patient.
Almost four in ten pupils attending special schools have no history of eye tests, new research reveals.
Shoes with vibrating sensors that guide the wearer in the right direction and glasses that maximise the remaining vision of partially sighted people were on show at a major technology conference.