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Update of the ophthalmic imaging guidance

Feb 17
2021

Ophthalmic imaging is an integral part of the work of all ophthalmic departments ensuring the findings from clinical ocular examinations are recorded in an objective, reproducible, transmissible and durable manner. It also facilitates identification of anatomical and disease features not readily visible with standard examination techniques. It is essential to the diagnosis, treatment, and long-term

  • 17 February 2021

Updates on ocular imaging: Eye Journal Special Edition

Feb 04
2021

The Eye journal has produced an animated video to accompany the Jan 2021 special issue on ‘Imaging’.  It includes a comprehensive collection of updates on ocular imaging that are applicable to all fields in Ophthalmology.  The Special issue contains papers on diverse topics, that cover basic science research and clinical applications:  anterior or posterior segment

  • 4 February 2021

Age Related Macular degeneration (AMD) Services: Commissioning Guidance Consultation

Feb 04
2021

This consultation seeks views on the proposed Age Related Macular degeneration (AMD) Services: Commissioning Guidance. A guidance development group was set up to develop principles and minimum standards of care for AMD to decrease variations of care across AMD services in England and Wales. It also addresses the current and future capacity planning of AMD

  • 4 February 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination and second doses – Academy statement

Jan 19
2021

We are republishing the statement from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges on the COVID-19 Vaccination and second doses. Read the full statement below: The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges firmly supports the decision of the four UK chief medical officers to prioritise the delivery of the first COVID-19 vaccine dose, and to delay the

  • 19 January 2021

Letter from clinical leaders

Jan 19
2021

There are many weeks ahead that are likely to be among the most challenging of all our professional lives. Doctors will be faced with many professional dilemmas and some may be pushed to the limits of physical and mental endurance. Please look after your colleagues – protracted, relentless crises are often much more draining than

  • 19 January 2021