Nyman, S.R., 2009. The emotional support needs of people with sight loss: The case for research (invited keynote address). In: Vision Impaired Network for Counselling and Emotional support (VINCE) conference, 1 October 2009, Birmingham, England. (Unpublished)
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Dr Nyman will summarise the main findings of the research project he conducted with Professors Margot Gosney and Christina Victor at the Institute of Health Sciences, University of Reading, which investigated the emotional support needs of people with sight loss. Commissioned and funded by Thomas Pocklington Trust, the project entailed a number of activities including a series of systematic literature reviews to collate the evidence for reduced emotional well-being in people with sight loss and whether interventions improve emotional well-being.
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|Group:||School of Design, Engineering & Computing > Psychology Research Group|
|Deposited By:||Dr S. R. Nyman|
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