Remotely Supervised Simulated Surgery webinar
Remotely Supervised Simulated Surgery – practical solutions for the Covid Era and beyond. The aim of this webinar is to demonstrate innovative ways of harnessing everyday technology to improve the ease and efficacy of remote supervision of trainees undertaking simulation training on the Eyesi, in dry-labs, wet-labs and the operating theatre. This webinar is open to all trainees and trainers – book your place.
Eye Care Restoration and Transformation – Understanding the NHS England & Improvement Eye Care Road Map to Recovery
26 October 2020
NHS England and Improvement National Outpatient Transformation Programme (NOTP) released the Roadmap to Eye Care Recovery to regional systems and commissioners with guidance on what actions should be undertaken now to restore and maintain eye services safely through integrated eye care pathways with community and primary care, and the use of risk stratification, remote consultations and virtual clinics.
Getting started in Opthalmic Practioner Training (OPT) based on the Ophthalmology Common Clinical Competency Framework (OCCCF)
Join our Education Chair Melanie Corbett for a webinar that will help learners understand the OPT training in their unit and help managers to setup training programs and support their learners.
VISION 6/6.2020 Day - Session 4
VISION 6/6.2020 Day - Session 3
VISION 6/6.2020 Day – A Celebration of International Partnerships This webinar was held to celebrate the successes of the VISION LINKS Partnership, as a part of the global ‘VISION 2020: The Right to Sight’ initiative.
Over 300 eye care professionals came together virtually from 26 different countries.
Session 3 – Learning from Eye Care VISION 2020 LINK Partnerships (pt. 2)
This session took the opportunity to highlight further specific LINKS / Networks and their successes. More on: VISION LINKS Partnership: VISION 2020: https://www.iapb.org/vision-2020/
VISION 6/6.2020 Day - Session 2
VISION 6/6.2020 Day – A Celebration of International Partnerships
This webinar was held to celebrate the successes of the VISION LINKS Partnership, as a part of the global ‘VISION 2020: The Right to Sight’ initiative. Over 300 eye care professionals came together virtually from 26 different countries.
Session 2 – Learning from Eye Care VISION 2020 LINK Partnerships
The session took the opportunity to look at specific LINK partnerships/ Networks and their successes More on: VISION LINKS VISION 2020: https://www.iapb.org/vision-2020/
VISION 6/6.2020 Day - Session 1
Race & Equality #TheNewNHS
The NHS has one of the most ethnically diverse workforces in the public sector. However, ethnic minority staff report worse experiences in terms of their lives and careers, when compared with white staff; people from an ethnic minority background are also under-represented in senior positions in the NHS.
The impact of COVID-19 has highlighted again the complex structural racism and health inequalities which have disproportionately affected the NHS workforce and patients from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
Addressing race inequalities in the NHS workforce is critical and this webinar is designed to educate and provide the tools to become an ally that fights against race inequalities in ‘The New NHS’.
Immediate Sequential Bilateral Surgery (ISBCS)
Join RCOphth President Bernie Chang for a webinar on Immediate Sequential Bilateral Surgery (ISBCS), guest speakers include: Philip Bloom, President of UKISCRS, Rudy Nuijts, President of the ESCRS, David Spalton, International Board, Optical Express and Evelyn Mensah, Clinical Lead for London Outpatient Transformation.
CUES webinar discussion
Joint webinar with The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and The College of Optometrists on CUES and collaborative working to implement safe patient pathways. You can view and download the presentation slides here.
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. You can also find the webinar Powerpoint slides here
Working with CCGS to implement CUES
This joint webinar aims to answer CCG primary care leads’ questions on implementing the COVID 19 Urgent Eyecare Service (CUES) specification. Speakers include Mike Burdon, former RCOphth President, Julie Wood, Chief Executive NHSCC, Colin Davidson, President of The College of Optometrists and Zoe Richmond, Interim Clinical Director at LOCSU.