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Join nearly 2,000 eye health and sight loss professionals utilising our free fortnightly enews. Our audience includes rehabs, ECLOs, ophthalmic nurses, occupational therapists and optometrists who value the need to share working practices and promote their roles to a wider audience at every opportunity. By signing up to our enews you will receive the latest content and updates first.

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We champion excellence and strive to promote the great work you do in the sector so all the sector can benefit.

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NB's website has exciting new sections, video content, vlogs, blogs, accessible pdfs, free factsheets, a dedicated careers section and so much more. The enews also works hand-in-hand with our active eye care forum that gives professionals the platform to share, debate and comment on a wide variety of topics in their sectors - you can sign up to this too! 
 
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