Asmaa is a postgraduate research student at the University of Sheffield. She’d love you to take part in her current study. Here she is to introduce it:
“Hi, I’m Asmaa, an eye doctor from Egypt. Throughout my career, I’ve met a lot of people with low vision for whom we have minimal low vision clinical and support services. My passion to help them and start a low vision clinic at my University Hospitals in Egypt has led me to Sheffield to explore the available services for young people with low vision here in the UK, so that I can help my patients when I return home. Your experience with these services and your ideas for service improvement will help me a lot with my new service in Egypt.”
“If you are interested in sharing your experience in an online interview, and you are aged between 16 and 25, please contact me:
or just follow the link below to indicate your interest and I will email you our research study details.
You can also read our study announcement below just in case you need more details.”
Your experience matters and would help us improve low vision services for children.If you are a vision-impaired person, aged between 16 and 25,
and have accessed UK- based eye clinic and low vision services as a child or young adult, we would like to invite you to take part in a research project.We want to understand the impact of paediatric low vision clinical services from your point of view. We would like to invite you to talk about your experiences in a Google Meet interview.
The research team is based at the Division of Ophthalmology and Orthoptics, University of Sheffield.
For more details, contact Asmaa Elgohary
Or follow this link: