It is good practice for an organisation to review how it is represented by its branding and positioning and this was carried out in 2020. The development of a new dynamic RCOphth website also precipitated this review to ensure that the RCOphth crest design worked alongside the new website design.
The annual report into the state of medical training and practice in the UK has illustrated the pressure that ophthalmologists in training continue to face as the pandemic continues, with rates of burnout increasing faster than any other specialty.
Want to make a difference at Christmas? Volunteers are needed for temporary eye care clinics for people experiencing homelessness in London.
New report sets out the need to provide surgical training opportunities in high volume cataract theatre lists across all settings.
New statement from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges sets out 12 solutions to tackle the NHS workforce crisis. The momentum for urgent action is growing.
This draft guideline and its supporting evidence are now out for consultation. It is a valuable opportunity to ensure that the guideline considers issues important to you and your patients. The consultation page has all the information and documents you need to comment.
A new report ‘Children and young people with vision impairment: The case for transforming support and services in England’ has been published by Guide Dogs’ Creating the Future Commission, 2021.
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) has today defined its position on the provision of NHS cataract surgery and training by the independent sector in a new statement Three Steps to sustainable patient care: RCOphth view on the independent sector and the delivery of NHS cataract surgery.
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) Trustee Board wishes to appoint a Lay Trustee to succeed Lord Philip Hunt who completes his term at the end of 2021. We are particularly interested in people with knowledge of government, health policy and devising strategy who have demonstrated a commitment to equality.
In this episode we speak with Ocular Oncologist and Consultant Ophthalmologist Bertil Damato and A&E Service Director, deputy director of education and Consultant Ophthalmologist Gordon Hay both from Moorfields about the MOLES system; a scoring system used to risk stratify choroidal lesions.