The Sight Loss and Vision Survey
If you are affected by sight loss/an eye condition, if you’re a carer for someone who has, or you are an eye health professional – then you’ll want to take this short survey and help change the future of eye research.
The Sight Loss and Vision Survey will - for the first time - identify your most pressing unanswered questions about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sight loss and eye conditions. This will ensure that future research can be prioritised according to the needs of patients, carers and eye health professionals.
This exciting initiative will be overseen by The James Lind Alliance, a non-profit making organisation funded by the National Institute for Health Research, ensuring the exercise produces an unbiased result, with equal weighting given to the views of the different participating groups. So whether your interest is personal or professional, whether you are concerned about glaucoma or eye conditions relating to diabetes your opinions will count.
To learn more about this initiative visit www.sightlosspsp.org.uk where you’ll find the online survey, how to download and post/fax a form, answer questions on the phone, or request alternative formats. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete, so please take this opportunity to change the future of eye research.
Posted on 4 May 2012, in Research
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