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Management and leadership in ophthalmology

Start: 3rd June 2020

Type: Seminar

Description: Ophthalmology services are under increasing pressure and it is more important than ever for all ophthalmologists, clinical and non-clinical managers leading, or involved in developing and delivering, services to strengthen their non clinical leadership and management skills. This is the second College Management and Leadership Seminar, suitable for a wide range of clinical and non clinical staff involved in or overseeing ophthalmology services, and also of interest to commissioners and service improvement staff. The topics are wide ranging and will be set in the context of current national developments and demands in ophthalmology provision. Some of the most important day to day areas, such as job planning, dealing with failing colleagues, basics of budgets and business cases, HR issues, all set within the framework of ophthalmology, will be covered. We will also look at regional and community pathways and how this fits with changes in the commissioning landscape. In addition we look at some fascinating higher level areas, including regulation, culture change and the future of national plans for the healthcare workforce. It should prove to be a valuable, practical and stimulating day and a chance to network with key multidisciplinary colleagues and leaders throughout the UK.

Max Places: 60

Venue: The Royal College of Ophthalmologists

Programme: Click here to open.

CPD Points: 5.5

Fees:
Allied professions - £165.00
Non RCOphth member consultant - £250.00
RCOphth member, affiliate or diplomate - £190.00
Non RCOphth member ophthalmologist - £210.00
RCOphth consultant member - £230.00
Ophthalmic trainees - £165.00