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The Royal College of Ophthalmologists regrets the lack of response to NHS England’s ‘Improving eye health and reducing sight loss Call to Action’

The 2014 ‘Improving eye health and reducing sight loss Call to Action’ was designed to stimulate debate about how the NHS in England commissions and delivers eye health services. 330 organisations and individuals responded, enthused in part by the assurance of NHS England that “responses will be independently analysed and reported”. The Call to Action

RCOphth response to NHS England’s Call to Action

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists recommends consultant ophthalmologist-led eye health services to overcome capacity issues and reduce sight loss A response to NHS England’s Call to Action – ‘Improving eye health and reducing sight loss’ The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is the professional body that represents ophthalmologists, who are medically qualified eye doctors in the

Call to Action – Improving Eye Health and Reducing Sight Loss Response

In the responses, we outline our recommendations to meet the needs of the patients with visual impairment through better and more efficient hospital eye services, a call for clinical data and research to help optimise resources, clinical expertise and funding to ensure all patients being seen for the first time or being followed up for