An image of the Researcher's Toolkit document with a pair of glasses

We have drawn up a ‘toolkit’ for researchers in order to share good practice principles about including adults with sight loss in the research process. It suggests ways in which research teams might ensure that research participants feel fully engaged and involved with the project throughout the process.

The toolkit highlights the most important issues, definitions and divergences so that researchers new to the sight loss sector can begin to build a knowledge base without ‘reinventing the wheel’.


Chapter 1 Background information

Chapter 2 Policies

Chapter 3 Recruiting research participants

Chapter 4 Data collection

Chapter 5 Project Advisory Groups

Chapter 6 Producing accessible materials

Chapter 7 Dissemination and feedback