Advertising external resource materials
Advertising educational and training resources, awards, seminars/courses and events
The aims of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) are to advance the science and practice of ophthalmology which we do by supporting excellence in the training and continuing professional development of ophthalmologists.
The RCOphth collaborates with a wide range of organisations to deliver services, events and information which influences national eye health policy and benefits patients and the profession of ophthalmology.
We recognise that there are high quality external educational resources, awards, seminars/courses and events that may benefit our members and affiliates and wish to share these on appropriate RCOphth communication and publication channels. These are primarily College News the membership quarterly magazine, eye-mail the enewsletter and the website, rcophth.ac.uk.
Advertising Educational and Training resources (such as papers and electronic resources, but not limited to these)
We use the following criteria to assess suitability of resource materials on and offline:
- There is likely to be an educational or professional development benefit to members or affiliates
- Publication must have no conflict of interest, or perceived conflict of interest, with the values, aims and role of the RCOphth
- No inappropriate personal information is present and publishing would not breach data protection laws
- The information is in a format we can publish, such as PDF document or web link
- Satisfactory permission to publish has been given by the creator, author or copyright holder
All educational resources submitted for publication will be considered by the Vice President, Policy & Communications and in consultation with any other relevant individuals, committee chairs and departments. We undertake to respond within 20 working days of receipt of the request to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no guarantee that a request will be approved for publication.
Advertising Seminars, courses and other event types
Each event and course is considered on a case-by-case basis. In some instances, seminars and courses which have not been awarded CPD points, may not be approved for publication on our website. Please fill in the request form on www.rcophth.ac.uk/events-and-courses/non-rcophth-events/ and return to email@example.com.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to enquire about CPD approval for your event.
The RCOphth endeavours to promote all relevant awards and grants to our members and requests are considered on a case by case basis. Please contact email@example.com.
We undertake to publish seminars/courses and awards within ten working days of receipt of the request on approval by the relevant department within RCOphth. There is no guarantee that a request will be approved for publication.
Keeping content current
The RCOphth endeavours to keep all content relevant and up to date on our website. Authors and those who submit material/information for publication are advised to keep any material they share with us under review, to provide a suggested review date which we may alter, and to inform us of any changes that become necessary before that date if appropriate.
We may remove material from the website without notice to maintain currency.
Please note we do not advertise external job roles.
*College News – please enquire copy deadlines with firstname.lastname@example.org