National Ophthalmology Database receives funding boost

7 January 2020

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) is delighted to announce that its National Ophthalmology Database (NOD) nd Royal College of Ophthalmologists logosNational Ophthalmology Database (NOD) has received further funding to support its Audit for 2020.


The contribution provided by Bausch + Lomb for the calendar year of 2020, will ensure the highest standards of quality assurance and improvement, helping to facilitate cutting edge research that will maximize the efficiency of NOD data.

‘ We are delighted to continue our support towards the running of the National Ophthalmology Database as collecting data from ophthalmic surgery is vital to developing products and services based on real-world outcomes enabling us to achieve our mission – helping patients see better, to live better.’ Adele Brown, Marketing Manager, UK+I, Bausch + Lomb

NOD functions by collating data on cataract surgery undertaken in England and Wales in the NHS and is also expanding to include services in Northern Ireland. A product of RCOphth’s work to improve clinical outcomes, NOD is the largest and most data intensive international database of cataract surgery, providing unparalleled insight into cataract surgery outcomes.

Read the full story on the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Website

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