Events

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Forthcoming Meetings & Activities

 

Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment Meeting – 16th May 2017

The Alliance 2017 Conference – 30 May 2017

Join the ALLIANCE, members and partners at 2017 annual conference focused on integration and change.  What kind of change is needed? Where are the examples of change happening for the good? Is it happening fast enough in health and social care? What are the factors that drive the kind of change that makes a positive difference to people’s lives? How can we influence change?

Macular Week 2017 –  26 June – 2 July 2017

Macular Week is all about increasing awareness of macular conditions, as well as highlighting the importance of research funding, which could eventually help to find a cure for macular disease.

The theme for the week will focus on the importance of eye health and the positive steps people can take to look after their eyes. We believe that empowering people with the right information is an effective way to encourage them to take action and also support the work that we do. There are many ways to get involved and we encourage you to get started early and let us know your plans so we can help.

Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment Meeting – 5th September 2017

Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment Meeting – 5th December 2017


Annual Conference 2014

The SCOVI Annual Conference was held on Tuesday 24th June 2014 at 1599, within the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow building, Glasgow.

11 06 2014 update Conference programme

Annual Conference 2013

The SCOVI Annual Conference was held on Tuesday 18th June 2013 at the Stirling Management Centre, Stirling. FK9 4LA.

14 06 2013 Updated Conference 2013 programme

There was a visit by Scovi, the Guide dog and his owner at the Conference.

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Annual Conference 2011

The SCOVI Annual Conference was held on Tuesday 21st June 2011 at West Park Conference Centre, Dundee.

Conference report