Search the Site

Future of primary eye care

Maximising patient, population and health system benefits

Home / Policymakers / Policy / Future of primary eye care

The future of primary eye care – principles and priorities

Recognising that primary eye care in the UK is one of the world's most advanced eye care services, principles and priorities for primary eye care calls for more to be done to ensure patients can access the right care in the right place at the right time to tackle avoidable sight loss.

Read the executive summary

Read the full version

William Stockdale, Contact Lens Optician, FODO member and Optometry Northern Ireland past chair
Tanjit Dosanjh, Optometrist, Prison Optician Trust & Company
Steve Clark, Domiciliary Optometrist, FODO member and Domiciliary Eye Care Committee
Sarah Joyce BEM, FODO Chair, LOCSU Director and Superintendent Optometrist
Elaine Styles, Optometrist and Trustee, Vision Care for Homeless People
Andy Britton, Optometrist in Haverfordwest, Wales and FODO's Optometry Wales Council Member
Kathryn Trimmer, FODO Scotland Chair, Optometry Scotland executive member, Optometrist in NHS Grampian, Scotland.

Join the association for eye care providers in the UK.

Become a member as an individual or a practice owner and benefit from

Insurance | Legal defence | Guidance | Support | Influence

Be heard and shape the future of eye care