Welcome to the November/December 2014 edition of NB, the magazine for eye health and sight loss professionals.
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A new professional body for rehabs
Helen Dearman looks at the forthcoming general election
Researchers hope a simple colour test could detect a form of AMD.
How a pioneering training scheme has opened up taxi travel to blind and partially sighted people
Prepare to read the funniest, and most ridiculous, things said to people with sight loss.
We take a look at RNIB Scotland's Vision Champion projects.
RNIB's campaign to ensure ECLOs are available in every eye department in the UK
NB and Action for Blind People presents your ultimate Christmas survival guide.
GPs are busy promoting eye health in older people.
The little-known eye condition that can have life-changing consequences for people.
We look at some of the important issues NB has covered over the years.
Get to grips with the interesting research exploring the causes of myopia and cataracts.
Read about a pioneering device that reads back text, and discover other exciting innovations.
Is it time to rethink current orientation and mobility techniques?
Our panel helps solve the question of what to do if a client gives you the "run around".
Great gifts and useful stocking fillers for the festive period.
End of year review
We look back at some of the key issues and talking points of the last 12 months.
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