Tag Archives: Ophthalmology Departments

Overstretched and Under-Resourced Elderly Hospital Eye Services? (BBC News / BBC News Magazine)

Summary It is likely that “hundreds” of NHS patients in England every year may suffer irreversible sight loss, or potentially avoidable deterioration of vision, due to hospital eye services being overstretched and under-resourced. Increased demand for follow-up appointments has arisen … Continue reading

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Quality Standard for People with Sight Loss and Dementia (Royal College of Ophthalmologists / Vision 2020 UK)

Summary The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and the Vision 2020 UK Dementia and Sight Loss Interest Group Committee have released their quality standard for patients with dementia and sight loss. It is based upon seven quality statements, intended to help … Continue reading

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