Sight Loss and Vision Priority Setting Partnership

Results

The Sight Loss and Vision Priority Setting Partnership Survey in 2012 asked patients, carers and eye health professionals to identify unanswered questions about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sight loss and eye conditions that they wished to see answered. 2,220 people responded to the survey generating 4,461 questions.

The questions were checked and both duplicates and those not relating to sight loss and vision were removed. Those remaining were then allocated to 12 different eye disease/condition categories and similar submissions were combined.

At workshops held in April and May 2013 the top priorities for each category were agreed.

Where are we, one year on?

Since the priorities for eye research established by the Sight Loss and Vision Priority Setting Partnership were published in May 2013, a significant number of grants aimed at a wide range of priorities have been funded in the UK.

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The results in detail

Download the full report or click on the links below for priorities by condition. For a plain word document version, please click here.