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New GMC guidance outlines clear steps to better support disabled doctors

Disabled doctors and medical students can expect greater support to pursue their careers, following new guidance published by the General Medical Council (GMC). The regulator has advised medical schools and training providers of the steps they should put in place to make sure all students and trainee doctors, including those with disabilities, are able fulfil

Health Education England and NHS Improvement outline key recommendations to support SAS doctors

Health Education England and NHS Improvement have published their report, “Maximising the Potential: essential measures to support SAS doctors”, making recommendations to support the career development of SAS doctors. It is hoped that through implementation of the shared commitments in the report the healthcare community will work to create and provide opportunities for SAS doctors

GOC Vacancy – Education Visitor Panel members

The GOC have extended the deadline to apply to join their Education Visitor Panel, are are seeking two ophthalmologists alongside two dispensing ophthalmologists. From the GOC: This is an exciting time for optical education quality assurance. As the optical sector evolves our Education Strategic Review will make sure that we continue to protect the public

RCOphth Educational Programmes

In case you missed the following article in April’s edition of College News, here is all the information on How to build your own Educational Pathway. This is an exciting time for Education at the College. After an extensive review of current needs, a new RCOphth Educational Programme is bursting on to the scene. The

Ophthalmology Common Clinical Competency Framework

The Ophthalmology Common Clinical Competency Framework provides standards and guidance for the knowledge and skills required for non-medical eye healthcare professionals to deliver patient care. The traditional eye health care team has changed and continues to develop to meet the demands on the hospital eye service due to an increase in successful, but recurrent, treatments and the increase