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Welcome to the NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme

  • Welcome

    Welcome to the NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, a systematic national population-based screening programme that aims to reduce the risk of sight loss among people with diabetes through the early detection and appropriate treatment of diabetic retinopathy.
  • Essential elements of diabetic eye screening

    The Workbook pages include key information for commissioners and providers on how diabetic eye screening should be commissioned and delivered.
  • Find your local screening programme

    The Screening in my area pages include contact details for local diabetic eye screening programmes throughout England.
  • Maintaining high standards

    All local diabetic eye screening programmes work to national Quality Assurance Standards that you can download from the Standards page.
  • Why screening is important

    Watch short video clips explaining diabetic retinopathy and the effects that the disease can have on your sight.

      
 
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