What research does RNIB carry out?

RNIB carries out research in a variety of different areas such as:

Sight Loss Data - Information and statistics on common questions RNIB receive about blind and partially sighted people, along with our Sight Loss data tool can be found on our Key information and statistics on sight loss in the UK web pages. 

Reports - Information of external and RNIB research projects, covering education, employment, prevention, travel, mobility, technology can be found on our Research reports web pages

Services - Information on research and development projects RNIB are involved in, with the aim of helping to shape better services for blind and partially sighted people can be found on our Shaping services web pages.

Current projects - Information about some of the research projects RNIB are currently involved in can be found on our Research in progress web pages.

Research Library - RNIB has Europe's largest, most comprehensive and diverse collection of print and electronic materials about partial sight and blindness. Further information can be found on our Research library web page.

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