RNIB and Specsavers Partnership

RNIB and Specsavers are working together to transform the nations eye health and defend against avoidable sight loss.

 
Our research shows that nearly half of all sight loss is avoidable, despite this, nearly six million people in the UK currently live with sight-threatening conditions, yet 25 per cent of people are not having an eye test every two years as recommended by the College of Optometrists.
 
The extent of the problem means that nearly every family in Britain is touched by sight problems in some way.
 
Our partnership with Specsavers aims to educate people about eye health and to raise awareness of how regular eye tests can help reduce avoidable sight loss.
 

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The State of the Nation Eye Health 2017: A Year in Review

The State of the Nation Eye Health 2017: A Year in Review report, written with Specsavers, reveals new evidence that one in five people will live with sight loss in their lifetime.

Read the report

The State of the Nation 2017 report frontcover

 

 

Optimal models of eye care: Policy roundtables 2017

RNIB hosted a series of five policy roundtable discussions during 2017, in which a range of experts including patients, health professionals and commissioners came together to explore how improving delivery in eye care services can help to increase capacity.

Find out more

RNIB and Specsavers policy roundtable

 

 

Eye Pod Tour 

Thorough the whole of September, and to celebrate National Eye Health Week 2017, RNIB and Specsavers will be touring the UK to encourage people to look after their eyes. 
 

Where is the Eye Pod going?

 
 
 

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