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Standards

Refractive Surgery Standards Consultation

Apr 28
2016

The College has been working with some of the UK’s leading refractive surgeons, RCOphth Council members and patient and optometry representation to develop improved standards for the practice of refractive surgery in the UK. This is in response to the Keogh Report. From 27 April 2016 until 8 June 2016 the College is consulting on

  • 28 April 2016

Ophthalmic Statistics Group’s BJO articles available online

Feb 22
2016

The Ophthalmic Statistics Group (OSG) This network of medical statisticians, with a common interest in ophthalmic research, came together with a collective desire to raise statistical standards in ophthalmic research. They have held a number of events to engage with ophthalmologists and others involved in ophthalmic research starting with a workshop at the Annual Congress

  • 22 February 2016

Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management Standards for Medical Professionals

Feb 10
2016

The Leadership and management standards for medical professionals are articulated as a set of core values and behaviours designed to work across all career levels. Building on suggestions from the consultation in 2014, FMLM has identified the core values and principles expected of doctors as leaders and reworded the behavioural statements to ensure they are

  • 10 February 2016

VISION 2020 UK press release: Quality standard developed for people with sight loss and dementia in an ophthalmology department

Jan 28
2016

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and the VISION 2020 UK Dementia and Sight Loss Committee have developed a quality standard to help eye clinics and ophthalmology departments provide high quality care for patients with dementia. Patients with dementia and their carers can benefit from being identified in advance of attending their appointment in order for

  • 28 January 2016

Quality standard for people with sight loss and dementia in an ophthalmology department

Jan 21
2016

This Quality standard for people with sight loss and dementia in an ophthalmology department has been developed by The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and VISION 2020 UK to help ophthalmology departments provide high quality care for patients with dementia. Patients with dementia can benefit from being identified in advance of attending their appointment in order

  • 21 January 2016