In this month's Expert series blog Tracey Dearing, RNIB Evaluation and Design Officer, shares learning from the evaluation of Online Today and highlights the continuous journey towards getting, and staying online.
In this Expert series blog, Alex Saunders, RNIB Employment Impact Officer, tells how extensive consultation work with blind and partially sighted people informed our recent response to the Government's Green Paper on employment.
In this month's Expert series blog, RNIB Data Analyst Emma Edwards discusses the findings and implications of new research into the population trends of diabetic retinopathy.
In this Expert series piece, Children, Young people and Families Officer Sarah Holton, talks about the importance of play for the development of children with visual impairment, and how this has informed the recently produced Play Guide.
Helen Lee, Prevention Team manager discusses inequalities in the provision of eye health services and how to better support self-management of diabetes.
In this Expert series piece, Gina Floyd, Evaluation and Impact Officer at RNIB, discusses the positive impact of using validated tools in service evaluations.
Catherine Dennison, Senior Manager for Evidence, at RNIB discusses some of the new information informing State of the Nation: Eye Health 2016.
Andy White, Employment and Working Age Manager at RNIB discusses how to become confident about employing a blind or partially sighted person, and a new guide that can help you.
In this Expert series piece, Joanne Dick, RNIB Vision support officer complex needs, and Dr. Janet Finlayson, Glasgow Caledonian University, discuss their research into Vision awareness training, and its effectiveness in increasing knowledge of the vision needs of people with learning disabilities, among health and social care professionals.
In this Expert series article: Julie Jennings, Manager of the Children, Young People and Families team at RNIB, discusses the type of queries the team gets, and how these help to shape the resources we produce.