A coalition of British groups including the College of Optometrists, the Optical Confederation and the Royal National Institute of Blind People has come up with a strategy designed to improve public eye health. The strategy, available at www.college-optometrists.org/opticalstrategy, includes training more ophthalmic public health experts, improving data and evidence for the most at-risk groups, and building better relationships among the authorities providing services. The College of Optometrists worries that the number of people with preventable sight loss in the U.K. could double by 2050, reaching 4 million, if action isn't taken. In the meantime, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Eye Health and Visual Impairment met with Earl Howe, the health minister who pushes health reforms through the House of Lords, to argue that the U.K. needs an ophthalmic public health indicator and that clinical commissioning groups needed to engage with eye care professionals.