Eye Research Priority Survey Your input is needed into a new survey designed to refresh the James Lind Alliance Sight Loss and Vision research priorities* that were first published in 2013. Despite on-going eye research taking place across the world, there are still many questions about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sight loss and eye conditions … Continue reading Could you help shape the direction of eye research in the UK?
We’re taking part in the #TheGreatGetTogether – please join us We are hosting two online get togethers this month. For people living with Acquired Nystagmus our online get together takes place on Wednesday 18 January from 5pm. For people living with Congenital Nystagmus our online get together is on Thursday 19 January from 7pm. Please … Continue reading A winter warmer for darker days
Volunteer Donorfy CRM Developer and Trainer What will you be doing? What are we looking for? Experience and expertise in implementation of a CRM (preferably Donorfy) within a not for profit organisation. What difference will you make? Your expertise can help us develop this small charity with huge ambitions to move on to the next … Continue reading Could you help us with Donorfy?
We know you will enjoy reading about Carol’s experiences. She thinks of her nystagmus as a quirky trait that doesn’t define who she is and hopes you will find her story encouraging. I have spent 60+ years thinking this was just a funny and rather unique aspect of being me. I was born in early … Continue reading Carol’s nystagmus story
Your chance to influence the direction of UK nystagmus research NUKE is the Nystagmus UK Eye research group. Members are currently researchers, clinicians, academics and patient support groups, including, of course, the Nystagmus Network. Mission Statement NUKE brings together the leading clinical and scientific expertise, experience and resources across the UK. Supported by patient groups … Continue reading Next steps for NUKE
A Nystagmus Champion is someone who goes above and beyond to raise awareness of the condition, to raise funds or generally make life better for people living with nystagmus. The Nystagmus Champions of 2022, announced at our virtual Open Day on 1 October are: Lucy Mum to Maisie and partner to Myles, we’re sure it’s … Continue reading Nystagmus Champions of 2022
Having nystagmus hasn’t stopped Leicester’s Khalil Musani from forging a career in optics and helping others look after their eyes When Khalil secured a Saturday job at a Leicester opticians in 2017 it proved to be the catalyst to fulfilling his ambition to work in optometry. Now, aged 21, and assistant manager at Specsavers Leicester, … Continue reading Leicester optician puts nystagmus in Focus
What is the psychological impact on parents immediately following a child’s diagnosis of congenital sensory impairment? Rebecca Greenhalgh, Trainee Clinical Psychologist at Coventry University is leading a new research project, funded by Coventry University, School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences, designed to gain a better understanding of parents’ experiences immediately following their child’s diagnosis … Continue reading New research explores parental experience of their child’s diagnosis
Following the announcement of a further national rail strike on Saturday 1 October, charity trustees have been obliged to take both Open Day and the AGM online. Notice is hereby amended that the Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) of THE NYSTAGMUS NETWORK (the “Charitable Incorporated Organisation or CIO”) will be held online on Saturday 1 October … Continue reading Notice of the Nystagmus Network AGM
Nystagmus Network trustees donated £17,000 to the paediatric fund of the University of Southampton’s Gift of Sight appeal last December thanks to the generosity of our fundraisers and supporters. Someone who contributed more than most is Southampton-born Mike Larcombe who, in 2020 completed his Walk for Wiggly Eyes, a three and a half month long … Continue reading Nystagmus Network invests £17,000 in research