Providing visually impaired patients with the right access to information

Surgeon performing eye surgery

In just one year, Nottingham University Hospitals has transformed its disappointing relationship with visually-impaired patients into one of involvement, access and success. Chief executive of Nottingham University Hospitals Trust Peter Homa explains the lessons learned - and the changes being made as a result.

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