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COVID-19 e-resources

Videos, podcasts and series of webinars related to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Webinar Series Webinar 2: Restarting Cataract Services Join Mike Burdon, Philip Bloom, Melanie Hingorani, Jonathan Bhargava, Lawrence Gnanaraj and Declan Flanagan for a comprehensive look at restarting cataract services, covering: Introduction to the principles COVID-19 discussion and consent for patients considering cataract surgery

RCOphth guidance on restoring ophthalmology services

Healthcare services are now planning how to move from full lockdown with severely restricted activities to re-opening services. However, there will be continuing and potentially variable levels of restrictions for potentially many months.  Issues related to physical distancing and infection control procedures are also likely to limit available capacity. There will need to be a phased approach

COVID-19 Support for Trainees

The RCOphth has curated all COVID-19 guidance specifically related to Trainees. You can review all COVID-19 guidance from the RCOphth such as clinical, PPE, NHSE and PHE guidance on the main COVID-19 page. Training and Exams FAQs Recognition of Trainee Progression during COVID-19 AoMRC Trainee Doctors’ Group HEE guidance on training during the pandemic Fiona Spencer,

RCOphth COVID-19 Clinical guidance and national information

RCOphth is publishing continually updated guidance and advice for ophthalmology services during the COVID-19 pandemic. On this page are clinical guidance and national advice. For guidance on recovery and restoration of services, visit RCOphth guidance on restoring ophthalmology services For webinars and podcasts related to COVID-19, visit COVID-19 e-resources   INFORMATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS

Covid-19 RCOphth news – office closure, events and examinations

As the current situation with COVID-19 changes we are closely monitoring the impact on the RCOphth, its staff and members.  Staff are working from home and will continue to provide services to our membership and the wider eye health community. RCOphth Building Closure We have paid close attention to the government’s latest advice to minimise