The IRIS Project: Improving Rehabilitation for people with Impaired Sight

2 September 2016
Source: The IRIS Project

The Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York are carrying out a study of Vision Rehabilitation Services (IRIS project), funded by the National Institute of Health Research – School for Social Care Research. The research aims to examine the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of vision rehabilitation services funded by local authorities in England. We have Ethical and ADASS approval to conduct the research.

Recruitment has been going really well. Eighteen services are already taking part in this research and we would like to have another two services involved. If you provide a vision rehabilitation service that is funded by local authority and are interested to take part in this research, we would like to hear from you now.

Please contact Parvaneh Rabiee or Ann Hopton at the University of York.

Email: parvaneh.rabiee@york.ac.uk ; telephone 01904 32 1950,

Email ann.hopton@york.ac.uk, telephone 01904 32 1970

You can visit our webpage at bit.ly/virehab2

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