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Three Step Plan

New patient self-advocacy project

The RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) launched this joint initiative with The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Macular Society‎ and International Glaucoma Association at RCOphth’s Congress on 24 May 2016 in Birmingham. The initiative fits with the RCOphth’s Three Step Plan ‘Reducing risk for eye patients – improving timely care’.  The plan outlines solutions to

RCOphth’s Three Step Plan offers solutions to address overwhelmed hospital eye services

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is the professional body for ophthalmologists and is responsible for creating and maintaining standards in ophthalmic training and practice to provide safe and effective treatment and management of eye diseases and conditions. The RCOphth’s Three Step Plan focuses on three areas to address the challenges facing overwhelmed hospital eye services. Collect

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The Royal College of Ophthalmologists believes that everyone should have access to high quality eye care.  We champion excellence in the practice of ophthalmology through standards in training, education and assessment of ophthalmologists; supporting the promotion of research and innovation throughout the ophthalmic community. We are the only professional membership body for medically qualified ophthalmologists