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ACCEA Applications for award extension close on 31 July 2020.

Jun 18
2020

Advisory Committee on Clinical Excellence Awards [ACCEA] Professor Kevin Davies, Consultant Rheumatologist and Foundation Chair of Medicine at Brighton & Sussex Medial School, has been formally announced as the new ACCEA Medical Director, starting on 1July. The ACCEA are currently working on their COVID exit strategy and next steps on national CEA reform and its consultation. 

  • 18 June 2020

NEW Surgical Skills webinars: Cataract Surgery Complications and Ocular Trauma.

Jun 18
2020

Over the summer the Surgical Skills Faculty will be hosting a series of monthly webinars focusing on how to use a variety of simulation techniques to acquire and maintain surgical skills during the Covid-19 pandemic. The first two webinars in this series will be on Cataract Surgery Complications  and Ocular Trauma. 24 June 2020 1800hrs,

  • 18 June 2020

25 June webinar: Implementing CUES – a collaborative care pathway for urgent eye conditions

Jun 17
2020

  How to implement CUES to support a collaborative care pathway for urgent eye conditions in the COVID-19 era 7 – 9pm Thursday, 25 June 2020 REGISTER NOW https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUscOGgrTIoEtM-vqA6D9Ggowi5D5bILv32 The webinar is suitable for ophthalmologists, optometrists, commissioners and managers of eye care services. The webinar is jointly hosted by The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and

  • 17 June 2020

New guidance released with the College of Optometrists on the use of non-contact tonometry to measure intra-ocular pressure during COVID-19

Jun 16
2020

The RCOphth and CoO have updated guidance on the use of NCT based on new evidence showing there is a low likelihood of viral particles in the tears and conjunctiva, even in those with active COVID-19 infection or conjunctivitis. The revised advice is it does not pose a significant risk and standard infection control precautions apply.

  • 16 June 2020

NHS England/Improvement survey – capturing beneficial changes to care

Jun 11
2020

COVID-19 has changed healthcare delivery in the UK and in response new and innovative ways of working have been rapidly developed across the NHS. As we move into the next phase of NHS recovery, NHSEI wants to ensure beneficial changes to care are captured and embedded in services so that future patients benefit over the

  • 11 June 2020